New AR15 Speed Loader 20 rounds in 10 seconds

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 3pointi.com, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. 3pointi.com

    3pointi.com New Member

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    Hey Firearms Forum,

    Being new to this forum, I have gotten permission to make a post about a new speed loader for AR15/M16 magazines.

    A formal review will be posted once we get samples of our loader to Shooter45 in an October-November timeframe. There will also be a giveaway around then.

    That being said, below is a video demonstration of our speed loader.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2m1rYDpiQIw

    The Box-to-Mag Loader is the only speedloader that can take ammo straight from packaging and load it into a magazine. Loading 20 rounds can be done in as fast as 10 seconds to 15 seconds. Box-to-Mag works with:


    ••USGI Aluminum 20/30s
    ••Pmags
    ••HK SA80 Steel magazines
    ••Lancer L5 magazines
    ••Cammenga Easymags
    ••CAA Polymer magazines

    Box-to-Mag can load directly from:


    •American Eagle - 10rnd single row plastic trays
    •Corbon - 20rnd cardboard trays
    •Federal XM193 - 20rnd boxes
    •Federal Classics - 10rnd single row plastic trays
    •Hornady - 20rnd black plastic trays
    •PMC - 20rnd boxes
    •Remington - 20rnd black plastic trays
    •Winchester - 20rnd Styrofoam trays
    •Wolf - 20rnd boxes

    The loader is set to MSRP at $24.95, but a $7 discount is available for preordering at our site

    http://www.3pointi.com

    The production color (not shown in video) will be a translucent black.



    Please share any comments or questions you may have about the product. Your feedback makes a better product!
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  2. CampingJosh

    CampingJosh Well-Known Member

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  3. 3pointi.com

    3pointi.com New Member

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    Unfortunately, it only works with trays and boxes that stack ammunition into 2 rows. These kinds of boxes usually hold 50 rounds in two separate rows, so it wouldn't work very well if you have more than 2 rows of ammo loaded into it.

  4. Shooter45

    Shooter45 *Administrator* Staff Member

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    Ron, welcome to TFF. Your product will definately speed things along at the range session. I'll be shooting instead of reloading and no more sore fingers. :)
  5. Marlin T

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    Great youtube vid, I bet your product will sell like hotcakes.
    Good luck!!!
  6. 3pointi.com

    3pointi.com New Member

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    Thanks for the feedback, I'm glad people find it useful!
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    No problem. :D It just means that I need to save some of those little plastic trays. I may even have to go to a proper range to get some more. (Though .223 is still a new round for me, so I'm still buying factory ammo for now.)

    Definitely excited for this thing to hit the market.
  8. jlloyd73

    jlloyd73 New Member

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    I do a lot of shooting with my AR15 and AR10....seems like that would be a great product. Have you thought to do something similar for the .308 round AR10?
  9. Blackshirts

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    Fastest speed loader I have seen. Should do well if that slotted plastic piece you push the rounds in with is durable.
  10. Bobitis

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    My thought exactly. Looks kinda sloppy to me. I'd hate ta have that thing break in the middle of the downstroke. When plastic breaks, it likes to create razor sharp edges. I can well envision a 6" long cut right to the bone.:eek:
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    Now that is SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET..................
  12. 3pointi.com

    3pointi.com New Member

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    We are currently trying to get feedback on what caliber people would like to see the next version of our loader made for. 7.62x39AK and 6.8SPC are popular, and so is .223 mini14. I haven't heard .308 AR10 yet, but it could be a possibility. Everything depends on if our current version gets accepted by the shooting community.


  13. jack404

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    has anyone tryed these on the styer mags? ( 5.56 NATO ) i've some interest this side if they work
  14. 3pointi.com

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    The loader will be made from a Polycarbonate, which is a fairly durable and very impactproof material. Just for comparison, PC is used in Oakleys and Revision glasses, which are capable of deflecting birdshot fired from a 12 gauge at fairly close range. Whatever would happen to the rest of your face in such a scenario, I can't say, but your eyes will be protected, which is a testament to PC's strength.

    The prototype product shown in the video uses an inferior stereolithography 3D Print plastic. I've pushed down on it nearly 200 times and it still hasn't broken on me.

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  15. jack404

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    the rapid development plastic is junk ( fact, i use it here) and it still works? cool ..
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