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· thunder 380 CC owner
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Has anyone ever tried one of these? I am considering getting one.

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I have regular Uplula and they really are amazing. I've not tried the baby uplula. What 22lr pistol are you using it for? If its a ruger MK or a buckmark check out the ultimate clip loader (yeah I know its a mag not a clip), these things are the cat's meow, less than 5 seconds to full load a 10rd mag.

http://www.mcfaden.com/cliploader.html
 

· thunder 380 CC owner
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I have regular Uplula and they really are amazing. I've not tried the baby uplula. What 22lr pistol are you using it for? If its a ruger MK or a buckmark check out the ultimate clip loader (yeah I know its a mag not a clip), these things are the cat's meow, less than 5 seconds to full load a 10rd mag.

http://www.mcfaden.com/cliploader.html
I'm actually looking at using it for my Thunder 380 CC. That's listed at the top of the range of the baby version.
 

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The Baby Uplula should be a required accessory when you buy the BT380 NIB. I've since had the surgery, but when I got my first BT380, I had carpal and cubic tunnel problems in both hands and for the first several years it was a real pain to load the mags. Ordered one as soon as I saw them advertised. Funny part is that I don't need it for the Bersa/Firstorm 22lr mags. I've also got the regular size that I use on my 9UC and my USGI Colt 45.
 

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I have the regular Uplula for my 9uc 13rnd mag, and the baby for both my .380s, they are unbelievably superb. Try a day at the range without one, then go get one, you'll never load a mag without one again. Although you can use the regular Uplala on the .380 the baby fits better, check Ebay, I've bought 3 that way, and alway got the best deal I could find.
 

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Best loader made, worth every penny
 
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