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    Double Action Revolvers Part 2a: More Reloading

    Double Action Revolvers Part 2a: More Reloading

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    Good video but I don't plan on using more then five rounds on my SP101 .357 mag.

    Yeah, I know, what if I get in a gunfight. Not planning on it, just yet anyway.


    I like the SpeedBeez loaders for the .22. You can have ten loads ready to go. Not practical for gunfighting of course, but it sure is quick at the range.

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    Years back when I carried a J frame as my back up gun, I carried two speed strips in a pocket for reloads. They are not that fast but they are a secure small foot print for easy non-bulky carry. And as a back up gun speed was not primary, my auto main carry was much faster to shoot and reload.

    One of the major advantages with carrying a semi auto in my book was always the ability to do mag changes up high in your work zone, allowing you to maintain a visual on the threat as well as your mag change.
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    I prefer a semi-auto because of the amount of ammunition in the pistol to start with
    and the speed of reloading.

    When I carried a J Frame as an off duty/back up gun, I carried a speed loader which is pretty
    quick. When I had to carry a M-10 .38 as a service weapon at the beginning of my LE career,
    I carried 12 rounds in beltloops (mandatory) and two speedloaders (my choice). As soon as I was off probation,
    I carried my personal Glock 17 Gen 1 with two additional magazines.
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