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I have several for my Glock 26 but they are double stack and I think too wide for the little LCP mag.

Anyone have one that works. Can load manually, but a loader is a lot easier on these old fat fingers.

BTW, just picked up my LCP, and noticed the label on the spare mag was put on with some really sticky adhesive. Had to use WD40 to remove residue. No biggie, but seems kinda silly for a such a class company.

Also, I like the plain mag better than the extension (got one of each). Can't seem to find the perfect grip. Have not shot it yet, maybe I will change my mind.

So far a very impressive little gun ... but I have been a Ruger fan for a long time so I am predjudiced some.

John
 

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Patch44 said:
I have several for my Glock 26 but they are double stack and I think too wide for the little LCP mag.

Anyone have one that works. Can load manually, but a loader is a lot easier on these old fat fingers.

BTW, just picked up my LCP, and noticed the label on the spare mag was put on with some really sticky adhesive. Had to use WD40 to remove residue. No biggie, but seems kinda silly for a such a class company.

Also, I like the plain mag better than the extension (got one of each). Can't seem to find the perfect grip. Have not shot it yet, maybe I will change my mind.

So far a very impressive little gun ... but I have been a Ruger fan for a long time so I am predjudiced some.

John
There is a loader for sale at the elsie pea store, just click on the link above. I thought the sticker was a little silly also, I peeled it off and stuck it inside the box. Once you carry this little gun around for a while anything else will feel like a brick in your pocket, I have knives that weigh more.
 

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I also have the Uplula loader. Got it for my CS9 SW. Works really great..
 

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HowardCohodas said:
The upLULA is your thumb's friend, especially if they are arthritic.
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While I don't need it for my LCP or 1911, the upLula is almost a must for high capacity mags, especially my SR9....


Note: Mods... I just posted this in another thread that deals with the same subject and thought it applied here too. If you frown on double posts, feel free to delete one of them. AZ
 

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I bought three of them . One for both my sons and one for myself. I really like using it for my Glock 23
 

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AZ Outlaws said:
Note: Mods... I just posted this in another thread that deals with the same subject and thought it applied here too. If you frown on double posts, feel free to delete one of them. AZ
Naughty Outlaw..... ;D
 

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HowardCohodas said:
The upLULA is your thumb's friend, especially if they are arthritic.
I can see if there is a problem with arthritis or old age/strength...

But no healthy man should really need a loader for the LCP; these springs are by no means hard to compress!! Time to trade in those girly hands for man hands!!!
 

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I got the upLULA from the ElsiePea store when I got my Pearce mag extensions. It's great for my Glocks and Para 12 round .45 mags. I had never tried it for the LCP, but just did after reading this post. A piece of cake !!

Bill
 
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I think I'd need to be loading a lot of magazines to need a loader for .380. I have one for my XD9 and I found it's easier just to load it without the loader.
 

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The UpLula is one of the greatest inventions in the history of mankind! Right up there with Viagra and the Saturn V Rocket. The best money I've spent in a long, long time.
 

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Got an UpLula several months ago and use it for all my mag guns, even the Colt 1903... Works great!!!!
 
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