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Safariland Comp II's are a good way to go for carry. If you want something for competition take a look at the Comp III's.
Well, the technology hasn't changed much. HKS and Safariland are still the two major players; HKS speedloaders are cheaper but don't hold cartridges as securely. Safariland are more expensive and do.A new option that is currently occurring is making relief cuts in the revolver's cylinder for use with full-moon clips. Smith and Wesson is even shipping revolvers from the factory with this alteration, I've seen J-frame models for sale featuring it.
I use and like the Safariland ones with my S&W 442 and Ruger Police Service Six.Caleb had a post fairly recently about speedloaders, that was interesting.Let me go dig it up for you.
Ok, found it.Actually two...First: talking about how Jerry Miculek reloads using moonclips, and observing that it may work with HKS speedloaders as well.Second: talking about how the relief cut in the Crimson Trace grip for the GP100 sometimes interfered with his reloads, and a pair of solutions.
Joe, I'm trying the Safariland now, and liking it.Bob, A full moon set up sounds like a great answer. Not sure I want to spend that kind of money right now. I'll have to check out costs.Freddy, Thank you!
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