Revolver Speedloaders (a.k.a. Speed Loaders)

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Why load your revolver one cartridge at a time. With one slight twist, push, or pull, these speedloaders instantly load all chambers of nearly any revolver. The speedloader principle is simple: hold cartridges securely in the loader until you release them into the revolver with a twist, push, or pull of the speed loader knob. Super-Fast Super-Dependable!

We carry the COMPLETE lines of all seven of the main brands of speedloaders plus cases, loading blocks, and speed strips.

5 Star Speedloaders
5 Star Firearms
Solid Aluminum
CCW Twist to Release
Made in The USA
$19.94 - $32.94 ea.
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HKS Speedloaders
HKS
The Original
CW Twist to Release
Made in The USA
$10.95 ea.
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JetLoader Speedloaders
JetLoader
Spring Loaded
Push to Release
Made in Austria
$29.95 ea.
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MaxFire Speedloaders
MaxFire
One Piece Rubber
Sideways Pull to Release
Made in The USA
$14.95 pair
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Pachmayr Speedloaders
Pachmayr
Solid Aluminum
Twist to Release
Made in The USA
$19.95 ea.
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Safariland Speedloaders
Safariland
COMP I, II, & III
Push to Release
Made in The USA
$13.75 - $20.00 ea.
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Bianchi Speed Strips
Bianchi
Polyurethane
Flex to Release
Made in Canada
$8.98 pair
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Speedloader Availability by Brand - Click on ✓'s
5 StarHKSJet­LoaderMax­FirePach­mayrSafari­landBian­chi
.22 LR 6      
8      
9      
10      
.22 Mag 6     
7      
.32 H&R
327 Federal
6     
7      
.357 Mag
.38 Spec
5
6
7   
8    
.41 Mag 5     
6     
.44 Mag
.44 Spec
5   
6  
.410shell
Combos
.44/.45/.454
2     
5   
6    
7     
.45 LC
.454 Casull
5   
6    
45 Auto Rim 6      
.460 S&W 5      
.480 Ruger 6      
.500 S&W 5      
Speedloader Accessories
Holders / Cases  
Loading Blocks     

NOTE: If your revolver is not listed, the speedloader may not fit--check with the gun manufacturer. If the cylinder dimensions are the same as a listed revolver, then they might use the same speedloader. Whether your gun is listed or not, with the cylinder fully open there must be a straight path for all rounds to load simultaneously, plus a small allowance for the thickness of the side of the speedloader. If your revolver's grip or cylinder release is in the way of the speedloader, the grip or cylinder release may need to be replaced or modified. Make sure the round count of your cylinder matches that of the speedloader. Listed above is the extent of what has been tested or reported by other customers as working--if your gun is not listed we have no further information. If the gun manufacturer has changed the gun in recent years, or it is a newer model, it is possible the listed speedloader for that gun may not work--check with the gun manufacturer.

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