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    ALL THE TIME! It goes great with dry firing..(all mags unloaded)
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    I practice combat reloads as much as I can. I have to admit though, I've not concidered reloading being in a wounded/incapacitated situation. I now plan to work on that in some way, it's a very practical and logical situation to prepare for.

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    mr.d you need to see how s& w own jerry miculek reloads his revo's in competiton.granted there halfmoon clips, but he does it quicker then most people can say holycrap.watch him then apply it to what you have.i don't practice reloads enough.

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    Yes I do, quite often. I don't practice tactical reloads very often -- I prefer reloads with retention instead.

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    I practice tactical reloads with the S&W 642...with only 5 rounds, every round is tactical.

    With the Kel-Tec P32 I just carry two extra mags.
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    I practice these as well. Not as much 1 handed stuff as I should, though.

    AZG23 great point about combining these with dry firing.



    FYI: There are some excellent and cheap dummy training rounds made by S.T. Action Pro.
    http://www.stactionpro.com/

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    Honestly I could practice more but I do some practice both strong and weak hand shooting and reloading.

    Actually one hand reload isn't too bad..one hand malfunction clearing can be a PITB!
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    one point.

    On some guns, for example my Smith, inserting a full magazine with a closed slide (as would happen with the tactical reload) can require a harder 'push home' to properly seat the magazine.

    So, if your gun does this, you might want to train also with a full magazine (dummy rounds of course!), rather than empty ones.

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    I had an accident the other day were I stuck my hand in a utility drawer and found an open utility knife with two of my finders. I have been practicing (as much as I can stand anyway) drawing and loading with my injured dominant hand and its much harder.

    J.S.

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