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Mag Lula Universal Pistol Magazine Loader

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  • Universal magazine loader/unloader for pistols
  • Speeds up and simplifies the pistol loading process
  • Makes filling a magazine as easy as flipping a switch
  • Compatible with 9mm, 10mm, .357, .40-, and .45-caliber mags
  • Works with single and double stack pistols
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Product Description

Product Description

Speed up and simplify the pistol loading process with the Mag Lula UpLula universal magazine loader. Compatible with virtually all 9mm, 10mm, .357, .40-, and .45-caliber mags, the loader/unloader makes filling a magazine as easy as flipping a switch. The UpLula works with both single and double stack pistols from almost all manufacturers. Shooting has never been so easy on your hands.

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Speed up and simplify the pistol loading process with the Butler Creek UpLula universal magazine loader. Compatible with virtually all 9mm, 10mm, .357, .40-, and .45-caliber mags, the loader/unloader makes filling a magazine as easy as flipping a switch. The UpLula works with both single and double stack pistols from almost all manufacturers. Shooting has never been so easy on your hands.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 3.9 x 6.4 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Israel
  • ASIN: B001HBHNHE
  • Item model number: 242222
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5,314 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #421 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I can load a 10 round magazine in about 15 seconds.
Steven A. Hester
Used it on a 9mm double stack and a 45 single stack mag and it worked great.
Ummm...What
It makes loading your magazines very easy and saves on time and thumbs!
James

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

334 of 340 people found the following review helpful By R. Krobusek on February 6, 2009
This loader takes all of the pain out of loading modern pistol magazines. Using the left hand (for right handers), the loader is placed lightly over the magazine and it self centers on the magazine. Depressing the front panel with the left thumb places a tongue over the magazine follower. Holding the front panel depressed, the left index finger over the loader top strap and gripping with the remaining fingers, the left arm is used to press down, depressing the magazine follower enough that the first round can be placed on the tongue with no trouble or force. Relaxing the vertical pressure on the loader captures the round in the magazine, and the front panel is then released causing the tongue to exit from under the first round. This is repeated all the way to the last round, no matter how many rounds the magazine will hold or how strong the magazine spring is. I was able to use the loader from .45 down to include .32 caliber magazines, both single and double stack. Instead of using your fingers to depress the magazine spring, the arm muscles are used, making it much more efficient.
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331 of 337 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Brody on November 15, 2011
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This is a great tool to save time at the range. My wife and I have difficulty fully loading magazines by hand and this is our solution on maximizing range time instead of struggling to load the last few bullets. However, we continue to practice hand loading magazines as well to ensure we are not overly reliant on this tool in case of an emergency. The instructions indicate oiling the spring (located at underside) to prevent corrosion or any noise.

Steps for loading magazine:

1) Align tool and magazine so that the bullet indicator on the top of the device is facing the correct way you would load the bullet into the magazine.
2) Place tool over magazine
3) Squeeze/fully compress tool
4) Press tool down over magazine (feed ramp will compress magazine plate)
5) Insert bullet in correct direction
6) Raise tool up while releasing the tool
7) Repeat until magazine is fully loaded

Fits 9mm, .357, 10mm, .40, and .45 cal magazines to suit future handgun purchases

Pros:
Light
Compact - can be locked in compressed state
Relatively inexpensive
High quality - fit and finish indicate this device should last a long time
Accepts wide range of ammunition 9mm to .45ACP

Cons:
N/A

Bottom line: Highly recommended

Please let me know if you have any questions and I'll respond when available.
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167 of 174 people found the following review helpful By Ryan C. Tolentino on October 15, 2008
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This is one of the greatest inventions in firearms technology ... EVER. My wife and I use this when we hit the shooting range and she has trouble loading the last couple rounds in our 1911. With this, she has no problems. Also when we try out another semi-automatic pistols this thing works for them as well. You will save time and you won't PERMANENTLY leave indentations in your thumbs from having to push rounds into your clips. Squeeze, push down, drop in round, release, and repeat. For any semi-auto pistol enthusiast, this is a great buy or gift.
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499 of 534 people found the following review helpful By Raven on November 11, 2011
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This is a very well made and well designed product that probably is about as good as it gets in terms of doing what it is supposed to do. My main gripe is with the very minimal instructions. After reading what was on the package and watching a video from the company that makes the loader, I immediately went about loading one of my mags as instructed. The problem is that when using this on a mag that has a plastic follower, the steel tab that pushes down the round in the mag can (and did) damage the plastic follower. However, if one just inserts the first round and THEN uses the loader, then there is no problem. Nowhere in the written instructions does it make this clear. As a matter of fact, in the video it is clear that that the first round is NOT loaded in the mag so that damage to the follower does not occur. I suppose that it could be argued that I should have been more careful and anticipated that the tab might damage the plastic follower, but I would counter that the instructions should have been more clear about this possibility and emphasized it more. Certainly, the video from the company should have demonstrated it and in fact it did quite the opposite.
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143 of 151 people found the following review helpful By C. O. Dickerson on June 1, 2010
I am a brand new pistol owner. At 60 years old I finally purchased my first pistol for home protection and peace-of-mind. I excitedly took my new 9mm Smith & Wesson to a target range and fired away with abandon. It did not take long before I realized that all was not sunshine and lollipops. I live in California where the legal maximum mag for any gun sold in this state is 10 rounds even though the mags are originally designed to hold 16 rounds each for most other states. I pre-loaded the two mags that came with my new protection before leaving for the range from home and didn't think too much of it. Twenty rounds, big deal. It doesn't take a lot of imagination to guess how long it takes to fire twenty rounds from a semi-automatic pistol, right? Just a single standard box of ammo is 50 rounds. I had two boxes. By the end of the 1st box I was tired and annoyed by re-loading. By the middle of the 2nd box, my fingertips had become sensitive and sore loading those two mags. Geez, I thought, what a downer to the shooting experience. Do all shooters do this? Today, a kindly gentleman shooting about 10 feet from me introduced himself and engaged me not only in pleasant conversation, but decided that I looked like the neophyte I was, and offered some shooting tips. He was great. He also owned the Lula mag loader for his various pistols and told me it was the greatest thing since sliced bread. Boy was he right! He showed me how to use it, and it was heaven. I'm a new shooter and didn't even know that something like this even existed. Thank goodness I found out only my 2nd time out. As soon as I got home I hopped on the computer and lo and behold found this item on Amazon.com $7 cheaper than my local gun shop (which was sold out) or any place else on the web. I love Amazon!Read more ›
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