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This is a discussion on Range Report -- New CZ Kadet 2 with CZ75B within the Range Reports forums, part of the Firearm Forum category; Originally Posted by vilkus Not to hijack the thread, but do you use a magazine loader for your CZ as a 40 S&W? I have ...


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Old April 10th, 2017, 06:19 PM   #16
 
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Not to hijack the thread, but do you use a magazine loader for your CZ as a 40 S&W?
I have a 9mm P-01 that I would like to get a loader for.
Suggestions?

Thanks, Bill
The standard MagLula UpLULA is the best magazine loader I've ever used for centerfire pistol magazines. Good for everything I've tried between 9mm (including .380 and 9mm Makarov) and .45ACP.



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The standard MagLula UpLULA is the best magazine loader I've ever used for centerfire pistol magazines. Good for everything I've tried between 9mm (including .380 and 9mm Makarov) and .45ACP.
DITTO. Its all I use now.
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The standard MagLula UpLULA is the best magazine loader I've ever used for centerfire pistol magazines. Good for everything I've tried between 9mm (including .380 and 9mm Makarov) and .45ACP.
Thank you all for the info.
I'll put that on my shopping list.

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The standard MagLula UpLULA is the best magazine loader I've ever used for centerfire pistol magazines. Good for everything I've tried between 9mm (including .380 and 9mm Makarov) and .45ACP.
+1 best handgun accessory I've ever bought. I have a bunch of 33 round Glock mags I couldn't imagine loading without the MagLula. I use it for almost all of my handguns. Once you've tried one, you'll never go back.
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+1 best handgun accessory I've ever bought. I have a bunch of 33 round Glock mags I couldn't imagine loading without the MagLula. I use it for almost all of my handguns. Once you've tried one, you'll never go back.
I have a trio of loaders from MagLula -

The UpLULA for centerfire pistol magazines
The StripLULA for loading AR magazines from 10 round stripper clips
LULA for FN-FAL magazine loading/unloading

All are great products
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Not to hijack the thread, but do you use a magazine loader for your CZ as a 40 S&W?
I have a 9mm P-01 that I would like to get a loader for.
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Heck yes. The regular Uplula loader, which I use for everything from .380 to .45.
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nice. cz is an old school company in some products. nice to see an all steel full sized non 1911 pistol.
Yes. There aren't many available in Democrat-occupied California. CZ has a terrific product line. These guns never jam, are accurate, and will last many lifetimes. When you buy a CZ your grandchildren will someday enjoy it.

Sorry not to be talking up Rugers in this thread -- I love Rugers -- but Ruger has almost completely abandoned the California market for semi-auto pistols. Except for a few small carry guns, they are history here. You cannot even buy new Mark .22 pistols. I pleaded with the CEO via email not to do this, but do it they did.
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The standard MagLula UpLULA is the best magazine loader I've ever used for centerfire pistol magazines. Good for everything I've tried between 9mm (including .380 and 9mm Makarov) and .45ACP.
+1! to the Uplula mag. loader
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Yes. There aren't many available in Democrat-occupied California. CZ has a terrific product line. These guns never jam, are accurate, and will last many lifetimes. When you buy a CZ your grandchildren will someday enjoy it.

Sorry not to be talking up Rugers in this thread -- I love Rugers -- but Ruger has almost completely abandoned the California market for semi-auto pistols. Except for a few small carry guns, they are history here. You cannot even buy new Mark .22 pistols. I pleaded with the CEO via email not to do this, but do it they did.
It is not up to the CEO of Ruger. The problem is squarely on the shoulders of the leaders of Kommiefornia that mandated microstamping for all new roster approvals. No manufacturer is going to produce the microstamp enabled pistols, so until the courts overturn it, you aren't getting any new pistol options there.
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It is not up to the CEO of Ruger. The problem is squarely on the shoulders of the leaders of Kommiefornia that mandated microstamping for all new roster approvals. No manufacturer is going to produce the microstamp enabled pistols, so until the courts overturn it, you aren't getting any new pistol options there.
Not meaning to hijack my own thread, but this is not true, or at least it is partly untrue. Ruger semi-autos such as the Mark III, the SR series, and others, were grandfathered in and could have remained on the Democrat roster and continued to be offered for sale. Ruger deliberately allowed these grandfathered guns to drop off of the roster, apparently to put pressure on the courts to throw out the micro stamping requirement as a de facto gun ban (which it is). Ruger did not have to do this and many other manufacturers did not do this -- such as CZ.
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