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THANK YOU VERY MUCH 👍Excellent e-Bay Buyer 👌Smooth Transaction😀A+ Buyer- THANK YOU VERY MUCH 👍Excellent e-Bay Buyer 👌Smooth Transaction😀A+ Buyer
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Excellent buyer! A pleasure to do business with. A+++++.- Excellent buyer! A pleasure to do business with. A+++++.
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Great buyer, thanks so much!- Great buyer, thanks so much!
Reviews (1)
MAKERSHOT Speedloader for Sig Sauer P365 9mm, Pistol Magazine Speed Loader
Jan 15, 2019
The Makershot is a Great Speedloader for Sig P365
If you have a P365 I guarantee you that you're not going to load that magazine by hand. And if you try, you're going to tear up your finger on the magazine lips. Trust me. This speedloader is what you need. It feels a little floppy before you push it down, but that's necessary because the magazine tapers at the loading end. By the time you've pushed down the top round, the speedloader fits the wide part exactly right. If you try to load the first round with the speedloader, it rocks the back of the cartridge follower down and it won't work. You have to load the first round by hand, but you have to do this with every speedloader. Cut yourself a 3" long piece of 1/4" dowel rod to push the follower down to load that first round... of course, you don't have to, it just makes it easy, and saves wear and tear on your finger.