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speed strips

Discussion in 'Smart Shopper' started by mbsigman, Dec 7, 2002.

  1. mbsigman

    mbsigman

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    Howdy all.

    I have a Ruger Super Blackhawk and I'm looking to buy a couple of .44 Magnum Speed Strips so I don't have loose bullets floating around near the weapon.

    Any suggestions as to where I can get these things?

    Already looked in the Brownell's catalog, no joy there.

    Thanks

    Mike Sigman
    MBSigman@aol.com
     
  2. ILOVGLOCKS

    ILOVGLOCKS "SOONERS"

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    Bianchi makes the speed stips and I got mine from Dillon.
    But I think they only make them in 38/357mag. I did look in
    there book and found Speedloaders made by maxfire for your
    gun. The price is not bad at all $9.95. Didn't find there web
    site but have there number if ya need it.
    hope this helps.
     

  3. mbsigman

    mbsigman

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    I thank you sir.

    I'll check with Dillon, but as you probably know a speed loader won't work with a Ruger Super Blackhawk. Anyone else with suggestions?

    Mike
     
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    ILOVGLOCKS "SOONERS"

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    OOPS my bad sorry about that.