tonebank2000: im just commentig cuz i liked the video
eltenda fabrizio: where i can buy one..?
Wehrmacht3GD: you sir, are a genius!
vstoprohva: I like it. Only problem is that you need to have a good surface to need
that, but I guess it would be easy to improvise one if not having one. Amd
could thing is that nothing stops you laoding your strippers manually if
you don't have a surface.
devster65: i remember paying .50¢ for a stripper clip....times are a changin'
dkeasterly: So why haven't you slapped a patent on this bad boy yet? Where oh where to
find the mystical 'cassette tape' you used ;)
aderonn: lol. well it looks like a pretty handy little tool.
Nick Moore: That's pretty cool, you could sell those for a buck at gun shops and make a
killing (you know, as in profit not people)
Browning252: they should make a tool that would make loading those faster
aderonn: wow thats cheap. how much do they cost now?
Nuttin Much: heh I just loaded up a stripper clip yesterday for fun...your tool would
have been handy, there's no faster way to do it than you did in this video!
HamsterPants522: airsoft bbs...? really? There's a reason why men don't run into combat with
red ryder bb guns you know....
annielwhite: NIIIICE XD
aderonn: wow. yeah thats quite a bit more. yay for airsoft bbs. 5000 high grade bb's
pchillin: i just load my sks by hand no stripper clip
45CaliberCure: Great work. Now, if you can come up with a stripper clip that doesn't cut
the living crap out of my thumb webbing when loading the gun I'll pay you
whether you ask or not:) It may just be that my magazines need some
break-in, and it's .308 vs. 7.62x39. For now, I'll use the Lula, but free
sure is a great "selling" point. Thanks for sharing, as usual.
TheLincolnWorld: @eltenda You dont. you make one :D
ThaSkaine: I would get one of these here fancy watcha micallits but I just too darn
sithlordben227: when you think about it it is a brilliant idea and it is nearly impossible
to handload that fast. but possibly for a straight stripper clip such as a
Mosin Nagant or Kar98 K it wouldnt be as practical but for a curved clip i
would pay money or spend the short time to make one it is very awesome.
ThreadToForget: This is genious <3
BikerTrashWolf: Slick tool! now I just need some stripper clips :)
DeadStawker: At that rate you could load 4 clips per minute, making it 2400 rounds per
hour, maybe 2000 counting slowdowns Still better altho it seems you loaded
the manual rounds slower on purpose
ZombiePowerDrink: @devster65 How much are they going for now?
whiskeymike80: That's some thinking right there! I like it!
scanpacker: Great idea, and video.......thanks. To me easier with the same ultimate
result is always better for tedious tasks such as this; not to mention wear
and tear on the thumbs...Lol
OpsGunandGear: Now make a Speed loader for the speed loader for the speed loader.
TAOFLEDERMAUS: Thanks. Yes, it's only practical if you are loading up 100+ rounds. in my
opinion. I think people must think I sell these and are skeptical that I am
trying to con them. I probably got the idea from watching collating
machines at work, where 10 bags of potato chips would be lined up, and a
person would grap the stack of 10 bags and plop them into the box.
JumpingSquid: thats such a clever idea! good work!
TAOFLEDERMAUS: On Cabella's website, 1000 rounds is $250. I thought it was selling for
more than that but still quite a price hike.
TAOFLEDERMAUS: The ammo for these rifles were VERY cheap in the 1990s. You could get a
case of 1440 rounds for about $90 or so. It was nothing to go out and shoot
200 rounds or more in one day.
Roddo: Very clever. Nice job
TAOFLEDERMAUS: I'm sure there are those who will say I 1) sped up the video showing the
tool being used or 2)deliberately tried to load the single rounds slowly. I
think they must think I am selling these so I am trying to bamboozle and bs
TAOFLEDERMAUS: I probably could, as far as I know people have taken my idea and are doing
that! I think it's kind of nice to offer free ideas to people where the
normal expectation is they have to pay for something to get it. I'm just
funny that way. Maybe it will catch on. lol
MWterritory: Thanks for the video and awesome idea I think I will give this a try.
Antonio001z: its just a little piece of timber with some holes in it WOWOWOW
TAOFLEDERMAUS: @tonebank2000 Well, thank you!
eltenda fabrizio: ok tnxs :)
BigBosley: Great gadget. However, I might add that I always grab 3 rounds in my hand
at a time when loading clips the "hard" way. Just push them on in groups
and save time. Kind of like when I load a revolver by putting 2 rounds
between by thumb, index finger and middle finger so I make 3 passes instead
of six and keep the shell loops or box close for economy of movement.
TAOFLEDERMAUS: @DeadStawker I can see how you'd think I manually loaded the rounds slower
to make a point but I really was trying to do it as fast as I could. I hope
that if someone watching this has doubts, that they would see how fast they
can manually load and see if they can do it quicker. Maybe holding all the
rounds in one hand so there is less reaching back and forth would make it
TheSkater1233: if you reloaded your own ammo you could put them in that and you would be
ready to go :)
aderonn: this is purely speculation but it looks to me like the speed loader thing
is a little quicker. lol
shazdee: Stripper clips for stripper clips? Getting redundant?
modsavant: I guess I'm just spoiled. I buy my ammo in 1200-round boxes, pre-loaded
onto individual stripper clips. In your original video showing how to make
the tool, you should really explain this little important detail: this tool
is meant to load the actual stripper clips, not the weapon. Now that I
understand it, yes, it is faster than manually reloading.
WhiteMountainMan: Great idea. In a combat situation, loading your stripper clips is something
you do in your down time, just to have something to do, as loading 10
rounds into your rifle takes the same amount of time, if not less, than
loading your strippers. But as someone who tends to go through a whole lot
of ammo when I make it to the range, this is something I am certainly going
to adopt. Thank you.
Nick P: would an sks speed loader work for an Wasr mag?
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