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Butler Creek 50 Round Hot Lips Loader 10/22

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  • Features a speedloader
  • Ruger 10/22 Hot Lips Loader
  • Clear size holds up to 50 shells material
  • Design combines function and reliability to give the Rugger 10/22 shooter a fast and simple way to keep the Hot Lips or Steel Lips magazines full
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Product Description

- Simply pour 50 22 LR shells into the hopper, insert the magazine and crank it full
- Field portable and loads in-line magazines
- Package Contents: Butler Creek 50 Round Hot Lips Loader 10/22, 24211

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 5.2 x 11 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B002E6WV78
  • Item model number: 1317
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (244 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,294 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This makes loading a 25 round magazine fun.
patsomecakes
If you just spin the handle continuously it will jam and dent the brass.
Ed B.
Saves a lot of time and effort loading clips.
CS

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on September 24, 2010
This Butler Creek "Hot Lips Loader" works surprising well on all of our Ruger 10/22 magazines. I took a chance since the product description said that it would work on Butler Creek "Hot Lips and Steel Lips Mags Only". I don't have any of those, but do have the standard 10 round Ruger mag and two Ram Line 50 round mags, all of which can be loaded with this clever gadget. Here are my observations:

Pros -
+ Works Well; with practice this allows high capacity mags to be loaded quickly and easily
+ Easy to Use; just drop a handful of shells into the hopper, shake it gently, and turn the handle (slowly)
+ Saves Bruised Thumbs; manually loading high capacity mags is time consuming and is rough on the thumbs

Cons -
- Mostly Plastic; this feels like it is going to brake every time I use it... it hasn't but it likely would not take being abused
- Malfunctioned; a loose round became trapped in the unit and, by playing with it, discovered an undocumented feature - the hopper is detachable from the loader section which allowed the round to be cleared
- Favors Jacketed Rounds; soft tipped rounds can be deformed by the loading mechanism

Overall I am thrilled that this works so well and it is worth taking a little time to learn the idiosyncrasies of this handy loader gadget.

Recommended

CFH
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Stephen H. Wilson on February 17, 2011
I rated this loader with 4 stars, not because of how it works, but because the new owner has to figure out how to make it work, with little to no instructions.
First, it will work with different magazines or clips, including the factory Ruger.
Second, the mag must be inserted into the loader correctly. Once you figure out how, it snaps in easily and locks into place with a little arm that turns.
Third, you cannot just dump in the ammo and spin the knob! Start off with some lower cost ammo and learn how to hold the loader. For me it works best if I hold it with the hopper to my left and at a slight incline up at the left and down to the right so you can see where the rounds feed into the actual loading mechanism. Turn the knob slowly, allowing the next round to feed into the loader. Continue to turn allowing the mechanism to place the round into the magazine. Another click and pause for the next round to drop and so on. If it binds, stop! Try turning it backwards a small amount, then forward. If it does not feed, stop, remove the magazine and see what has happened. My experience is that sometimes the round will get sideways and must be removed. Sometimes two rounds will get into the loader mechanism and get in each others way.
Be careful -- the loader is stronger than the ammo and will crease, dimple, or outright bend a .22 shell casing if you force it.
Finally, do not just "dump 50 rounds in and load away". A better way is to put in as many rounds as you intend to load, i.e. 10 for a standard magazine. This is easy to do with most ammo, just slide the ammo carrier out of the box, exposing 10 shells; hold the box down and dump the 10 exposed rounds into the hopper. By using this approach, you cannot try to force 11 rounds into a 10 round magazine.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Dave Goodwill on November 14, 2011
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Bought this loader on the chance that it would work with the Ruger 25 round mags for my 10/22 and it does a fine job. As other reviewers indicate, it takes a little practice to get the hang of holding the loader at the right angle and turning the knob in the right rhythm. Once you get in the groove you are loading a clip in under 30 seconds. Went through 5 refills on each clip at the range yesterday with no problems. I used several different rounds - mainly because I wanted to see how they fed from the Ruger clips as I have heard that the 10/22 can be finicky about ammo type. I used CCI 40 grain mini mags, Federal 36 grain jacketed hollow point (bulk) and Remington 40 grain Thunderbolts. I did not see any difference at all in how these different rounds loaded into the clips (or fired for that matter). No FTE/FTF.

My general impression is that the construction of the loader is a little on the cheap side - but for the price it seems about right. I does not seem like it will take a lot of abuse, so I will try to handle with care.

Here are a couple of hints I figured out so far. You have to be gentle and not turn the crank too hard or you will score and bend the cartridge brass as you are trying to inject the round into the clip. If you feel resistance, wiggle the knob and let the cartridge settle into position. If you have to force it, things are not lined up right.

Do not over fill the bin with cartridges, this makes it difficult to shake the rounds into the alignment slot. It is a lot faster to refill the loader than to mess around shaking it all day to get the rounds to fall into place.

Can't beat this loader for the price and beats the heck out of thumbing it!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Dig The Dome on December 8, 2009
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I have been looking for a fast way to load my Eagle 30rnd magazines and the one 25rnd Butler Creek Steel lips magazine I have. I had read conflicting reports whether or not it would work on other magazine not made by Butler Creek, so I decided to try it. Initially I had some trouble with my Eagle mags. I came back to it a week later and no problem at all. I believe I had initially mis-seated the Eagle mag in the loader. After I got that to work, I tried my 10rnd Ruger factory mags and they worked as well. Bottom line, this loader works with my Eagle, Steel Lips and Ruger factory mags. Very speedy and saves thumbs. Definitely worth it.
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