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  • noun Plural form of speedloader.

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Examples

  • Limited only by the speed of reloading (we didn't have "speedloaders" available back then) now there is available from S&W an eight-that is "8" shot model 627 in. 357Magnum with a 5.5 "barrel and speedloaders are available for it.

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  • Yes | No | Report from VA Woodsman wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago your powder charge was wet or had absorbed too much moisture in storage (how long were they in the speedloaders?) - resulting in a slow fizzle of powder in one entire or a portion of the pellets.

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  • It hung heavily, and Eric suspected she was carrying a gun and several extra clips or speedloaders.

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  • Searching through her purse, he found the two speedloaders he'd left with her and emptied one into the gun, tossing the empty cases into his pocket.

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  • For that reason, he checked the Safarilands cylinder-shaped speedloaders.

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  • Do pick up a couple of speedloaders for that revolver.

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  • Because carrying extra magazines is much easier that carrying speedloaders for a revolver - any revolver.

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  • Revolvers are generally heavier, and speedloaders are more cumbersome and bulky.

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  • Because carrying extra magazines is much easier that carrying speedloaders for a revolver - any revolver.

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  • Revolvers are generally heavier, and speedloaders are more cumbersome and bulky.

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