Does anyone have one of these reloaders?

Does anyone have one of these reloaders?

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    Does anyone have one of these reloaders?

    Mcfadden Machine Company Incorporated Clip Loader

    This would really save my thumb when we are going through a few 100 rounds.

    I saw this video and looks like it works pretty well
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    I have one and it has performed well.

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    I am surprised it is not called a mag-loader. Looks like a handy tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangerfield View Post
    I am surprised it is not called a mag-loader. Looks like a handy tool.
    I thought the same thing lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by nralifer4570 View Post
    I have one and it has performed well.
    Thank you. I have thought about getting one but wasn't sure they really worked well. I watched a ton of videos last night lol.
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    If your thumb is getting sore, that means you're not shooting enough!

    My loading tool is back east with a friend who's "guarding" my Mark II. It's a piece of stainless sheet metal (maybe 1/32" thick, no more than double that) about 3/4" x 1-1/2", bent 90 degrees in the middle, with a hole in one side to engage the mag button. Slip the hole over the mag button and press down with your thumb to hold the mag follower down. Won't load 10 at a time, but it's a whole lot cheaper and fits in a pocket.
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    For Ruger mark 3 mags a friend has a piece of plastic with a thumb tab slips over the top and you have a wider area to pull down on the follower to load one at a time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nralifer4570 View Post
    I have one and it has performed well.
    Do you spray the rem oil on the ammo?
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    It isn't very expensive and I told my kids they would get it for me for an anniversary gift lol.
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    I have not had to yet. From the videos I saw, the oil does make it a smoother process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nralifer4570 View Post
    I have not had to yet. From the videos I saw, the oil does make it a smoother process.
    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    If your thumb is getting sore, that means you're not shooting enough!

    My loading tool is back east with a friend who's "guarding" my Mark II. It's a piece of stainless sheet metal (maybe 1/32" thick, no more than double that) about 3/4" x 1-1/2", bent 90 degrees in the middle, with a hole in one side to engage the mag button. Slip the hole over the mag button and press down with your thumb to hold the mag follower down. Won't load 10 at a time, but it's a whole lot cheaper and fits in a pocket.
    Please post a drawing or a picture so we can better understand. Thanks.

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