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MaxFire Revolver Speed Loaders

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MaxFire MaxFire Revolver Speed Loaders

Simply the fastest speedloader ever made. This rugged one-piece design is made out of tuff stuff and is to the Revolver what the magazine is to the Semi-Auto. Fast, sure reloads! Its features include unidirectional grooves and retention clips to hold the cartridges firmly in place allowing precision alignment with the cylinder chambers. It's flat on the forward leading side for maximum clearance, its handle is off set for ease of use with revolver speedloader unfriendly handles. A quick sideways pull releases the loader without spilling the cartridges.
The MaxFire Advantage
  • Has no mechanical moving parts. No other speedloader has this advantage.
  • Uses unidirectional grooves and retention clips to hold the cartridges firmly in place, allowing precision alignment of the cartridges and the chambers of the cylinder. No other speedloader has this advantage.
  • Is stair stepped allowing speed of alignment of the cartridges and chambers of the revolver cylinder. No other speedloader has this advantage.
  • Is flat on the forward side to obtain maximum clearance. No other speedloader has this advantage.
  • Uses an offset handle to clear all protrusion from the revolver, such as the handle and the cylinder release. No other speedloader has this advantage.
  • Uses a ring type finger handle and can be worn and retained on the finger before, during, and after reloading. No other speedloader has this advantage.
  • For every action, there is an opposite and equal reaction. Because of the sideways pull to release the cartridges from the speedloader into the chambers of the cylinder. The opposite reaction in this case is the revolver cylinder auto closing when the cartridges are extracted. No other speedloader has this advantage.

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