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Old 01-21-2013, 07:18 AM
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I'm new to semi-auto pistols and loading my 9mm M&P 17 round mag is sort of a pain.
Any recommendations for a speed loader for this one? (If there is a thread, I could not find it, but I'm new to the forum also!)
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This is what my wife uses & works great
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Be thankful you can still load 17 rounds

There are some tools out there that allow for loading to take the wear and tear off your thumbs


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#1 on the UpLula! You can find them anywhere. Academy sells them
pretty cheap. You'll save a lot of time at the range & your fingers will
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I'm new to semi-auto pistols and loading my 9mm M&P 17 round mag is sort of a pain.
Any recommendations for a speed loader for this one? (If there is a thread, I could not find it, but I'm new to the forum also!)
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I have the same pistol and have felt your pain! I have the Maglula Uplula Magazine Loader/Unloader and love it! I'm sure you will too. MJ
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Uplula rocks! Only problem is you'll just need more ammo cause it is way to easy to shoot
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Okay,
That Maglula UpLULA is a nice looking device!
So if I want to go cheaper (I've spent a lot of $$ lately), have any of you tried the mag loaders with the thumb ring? Such as the six for $9.99 from Sportsman's Guide?
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At the range last weekend, I let the couple next to me use my UPLULA, she threw their loader, looked like a Glock model, into the brass bucket.


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Did anyone mention the UpLula?

You didn't search very hard because there have been about 20,000 recommendations for the UpLula on this forum.

You can go cheaper, then buy the UpLula and let us know which you like better!

I'm thinking of buying a second UpLula, one for the range bag and one for the safe. I've actually gone to the range and FORGOT my UpLula and had to load by hand. You guys know what I mean....

In all seriousness, the UpLula is an amazing little tool that is simple and super-effective at making loading a breeze. It works and is durable. You will not regret buying one or even two!
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Okay, I'm sold on the UpLula!
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Many kind folks right on these forums told me about the UpLula Speed Loader for my new S&W M&P 9mm. Trust them! IT WORKS! Best advice I've had in a long time! You can get them online. I got mine through Amazon.
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Nobody has mentioned..but you should really try the Uplula loader..
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Or better yet, try the uplula
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I don't know about anybody else, but I use an Uplula.
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I bought a Uplula Friday and went shooting Saturday with a bunch of friends. I showed one friend how it worked and every time I reloaded I had to find out who used it last so I could get it back for me to use. Next time we go I'm sure they all will have there own
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Bought one today at Academy.
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Bought one today at Academy.
So, did you go with the Uplula?
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You will not be disappointed , money well spent. I can't imagine loading with out one.
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So, did you go with the Uplula?
Yes, Uplula!
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I'm new to semi-auto pistols and loading my 9mm M&P 17 round mag is sort of a pain.
Any recommendations for a speed loader for this one? (If there is a thread, I could not find it, but I'm new to the forum also!)
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UPLULA is the one to get.
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The uplula is a Godsend for the Shield mags lol. I picked one up a few days ago


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