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Adco Super Thumb I Magazine Loading Tool

 
ADCO
ST1
733315010012
14400
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$7.01
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If your gun has a wider magazine, such as the Sig Pro 2340, part #14401 may be a better fit.

Inside capacity: 21.5mmx32.5mm (0.88"x1.25")

Fits the following handguns:
Beretta 92-96, Cougar 8000 and '40
Browning High Power
CZ 75
Kel-Tec 9 or 40
S&W 59, 99 and 4000
SIG P226 and P228
Taurus 92 and 111 

Item#: 6-1013901,3-1013901,14400
Total number of Reviews: 7

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5.0 5
"This loader works excellent with my Taurus Millennium PT111!Another great product at a great price from CTD!"
– Joed
5.0 5
"Works very well with new and used/older mags. Strong, tuff plastic. It fits my .45, 9mm, .40 mags."
– Bravo3Hotel
4.0 5
"A basic and functional magazine loading tool, which saves on thumb pain, especially when loading the last few rounds. The plunge part of the tool must be positioned near the midpoint of the cartridge (so it depresses the mag. spring), then slid back and released as each cartridge seats in the mag. Works well with the CZ vz. 82 magazine, and the price is right.Consider this tool as a convenience loader, not a speed loader. Review is 4/5 because the tool has to be positioned properly on the cartridge in order for it to function properly. It takes a bit of practice."
– Jay E.
5.0 5
"Simple tool. Works flawlessly. Fits any standard mag, fit my Taurus 92 very well. Saves the thumbs and stomachs if you have tried loading a magazine with the base against your skin. For the price, save yourself the trouble and aggravation"
– Caseindaplace
5.0 5
"Very Durable and works great."
– TR
5.0 5
"Works great on my Bersa Thunder Pro 40 and on my Cougar 8000 9mm!No more sore fingers."
– Noammo58
5.0 5
"Cheap, works great and easy to use. Does exactly what it's meant for."
– Ruben J