44 speed strips w/pics!

44 speed strips w/pics!

This is a discussion on 44 speed strips w/pics! within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I received my Speed Strips for my 44 from blademan21 aka David Ramirez. These things are neat, well made and handy as heck. I toted ...

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    44 speed strips w/pics!

    I received my Speed Strips for my 44 from blademan21 aka David Ramirez. These things are neat, well made and handy as heck. I toted them around today. Just threw 5-44's in my weak side front pocket and it worked out great! Thanks for the guidance! If you have a 44 you might want to check these out. The price is right and David is a nice guy!


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    Very nice, and thanks for the picture.

    Spoke to David about getting some, waiting to hear back.

    How easily do they "unstrip" into the revolver, Bill? I'd imagine these are a bit tougher to use than the Bianchi Speed Strips?

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    Nice Pictures!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xrmattaz View Post
    Very nice, and thanks for the picture.

    Spoke to David about getting some, waiting to hear back.

    How easily do they "unstrip" into the revolver, Bill? I'd imagine these are a bit tougher to use than the Bianchi Speed Strips?
    I've been practicing to get the best method of using them...Being a Lefty its a little harder for me to get it right...or left depending on your perspective!

    They do unstrip real easy and gravity drops them into the cylinder very easy. Once the round is started it slips out of the strip and falls into place very smoothly.
    If you only carry 4 in the strip, you can drop 2 rounds in at a time, Which is what I did 2 day. I carry both strips loaded with 4 each spaced appropriatly...
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