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RUGER-57 5.7x28mm 10 ROUNDS MAGAZINE SPEED LOADER

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$28.95
SKU:
RAE-749x-R57-28mm
Condition:
New

Product Overview

RUGER 57 5.7x28mm 10 ROUNDS MAGAZINE SPEED LOADER

  • Design: The Ruger 57 (5.7x28mm) 10 Rounds speed loader is specifically designed for 28mm carry handgun magazine.
  • Material: The Ruger 57 speed loader is made of a tough used polymer, as opp to a more flimsy plastic, and the shape is fairly ergonomic as well.
  • Save Time & Hands: Offer shooters a means to quickly and efficiently load magazines, the device saves thumbs and time on the range. You will get an incredibly smooth experience.
  • Smooth Experience without Sore Fingers: This Ruger 5.7x28mm speed loader increases your speed and helps you enjoy your shooting experience up to the last round without having sore fingers and injury by loading your magazines fast and easy.
  • Made in USA: We are proud to say that all of our speed loaders are 100% designed and manufactured completely in the USA unlike most of the other companies who manufacture their loaders from outside of the USA.

All RAE Industries magazine loaders are specially designed to help you load your magazines faster and easier without wearing out your thumbs. Our loaders are designed using the dimensions of your specific handguns thus, it fits perfectly and comfortably. RAE Industries magazine speed loaders fit over 99% of all types of single or double stack Handguns.

Why RAE Ind. Loaders?
RAE Industries loaders offer the shooters a means to quickly and efficiently load magazines, the device saves thumbs and time on the range. While it shouldn’t replace knowing how to load one’s own magazines by hand, it is a great tool for shooters who lack the hand strength to effectively load mags or who don’t want to deal with the exasperating task of mag loading.
A RAEIND magazine speed loader is a supreme accessory to your range or conceals carry gear. Not only does it saves your hands during the loading & unloading process, but it also is a necessary item to go along with your holster, grips, extensions, optics, and other comfort and target practice accessories. Its pocket-sized design makes it easy and convenient to carry in a purse or range bag.

Our Range of Loaders
We have a large variety of loader for different guns magazines like Beretta M9 9MM / 92F / 92A1, Beretta Cheetah 84 / 85 / 86 .380 ACP, EAA Witness Elite Match, Pavona, Tanfoglio Large Frame .40 S&W, 1911 .45 ACP, American Eagle .45 ACP, Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9MM, Wilson Combat Hackathorn Special .380 ACP. GLOCK 22 .40 S&W, Glock 23 .40 S&W, Glock 24 .40 S&W, Glock 27 .40 S&W, Walther PPX .40S&W. Diamondback DB380 .380 ACP, Bersa Thunder, Bersa Thunder Cc .380 ACP. Furthermore, if your loader is not mentioned in the above list then please reach out to us along with the size of the magazine. We will either find one or make one for you that will fit perfectly with your magazine.

Warranty Information

Lifetime guarantee against breakage from material defect. Also, we offer a 30-days hassle-free exchange. If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, please contact us. We are committed to your 100% satisfaction!

Reviews

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  • 5
    Ruger 57 Speed Loader

    Posted by Ian on Aug 27th 2020

    Though my initial order was on back order for months.

    Grateful that these finally shipped 2 months later.

    They are stellar. Load the 57's mags quickly and flawlessly.

    I just rcvd my 2nd loader ! I have seen others and they are substandard to Raeinds 57 Speed loader.

    Not affiliated in any way. Pleased customer with a fantastic product.

  • 4
    Works well, not when mag is hot

    Posted by Thomas on Aug 27th 2020

    It took me a minute to understand you must insert the magazine completely in the well to load. The tab at the bottom is meant for unloading a magazine, unlike single speed loaders. The detents do a good job of holding the rounds still while preparing to load. I practiced a few times at home and got the hang of it. Went to the range, and loaded the first magazine just fine. After firing, the magazine did not want to insert into the well. I noticed the magazine was hot, so it may have swelled too much. May try lubricating the sides a little next time.