Recommendations For Speedstrip Pouches?

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    Kramer Leather

    Kramer makes their 3 ~ 3 in a sppeed strip configuration.

    Here is the picture of their 3 3 though they do not have a photo of it in the speed strip version. It's $48.00
    Sorry huge pic but, I'm on my laptop & so can't resize it right now.
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    http://www.kramerleather.com/images/...mag_mah_lg.jpg

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    I've been looking for speedstrips, but havent found a source for them. Can someone send me some info.

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    This link sure is popular lately

    http://www.midwayusa.com/rewriteaproduct/243389

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    Not trying to hijack the thread here or anything, but I noticed P95 mentioned the safariland speedloaders. I'm interested in these but can't find them listed for a Ruger sp101. Will the 5 shot model listed for the Smith and Wesson J-frame work with a Ruger Sp101? Also, between the comp I and II which do you guys prefer? Looks like the Comp I would conceal better but I just wonder if it's much harder to manipulate the release knob than on the Comp II version?

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    rycher - the whole beauty of the Comp series is that insertion is in effect the release mechanism - no knob fumbling or turning needed. The knob is only used when loading them.

    The underside has a sorta ''button'' which when it hits cylinder lets them all dump at once. Comp III is way bigger but has a spring which all but shoots the suckers in!

    For SP-101 all you need to get is a J frame loader. Comp I is smallest but for a marginal increase in size I now favor Comp II as being a shade better. Another plus - once rounds ''locked in'' they are quite rigid - they don't slop around like in an HKS.

    I always forget where I got mine but a search will yield sources - they are approx $10 each.

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    Thanks Chris, I had found some at a couple of place on the net, just wanted to make sure the Jframe would work before ordering. I'd ordered and HKS recently and the rounds are pretty "wobbly" in there. I'm all new to carrying a revolver, always glosck and 1911's before, so I'm going to hav eto really practice reloads.

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    Looks like I need to practice my typing skills as well. LOL.

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    Looks like I need to practice my typing skills as well.
    LOL! hey - that's what the ''edit'' button is for
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    Brownell's carry the Safariland loaders - I need to grab a couple myself.
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    Mac, check with Midway USA 1st, they seem to be a little cheaper than Brownell's.

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