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Ok,, I've searched high & low for a speedloader for my P99, but have been coming
up empty. Anyone know of a manufacture that sells such a beast?
 

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Got mine at CDNN 1-800-588-9500. Promag #PROLDR01 for $2.99. I bought a lot of stuff for a flat $10. shipping, not sure what they would charge for just this small order...all steel but does not look as good as Catbirds.
 

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I have the Promag that I bought from Cabelas for $2.99 and it works fine. I wish it was plastic, but the steel is nice. The mag loader that came with my CZ75B works perfect on the P99 also. I think that most of the 9mmP double stack mag loaders should work with the P.99.

The loader does help the old fingers in loading and I recommend using one.

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"How do they work?"

They work very well!


It is a sleeve that slides over the mag, a projection on the loader presses down on the mag slide allowing the bullet to slip in under the ridge on the mag that holds the bullet in. The next time the projection pushes down on the first bullet, again allowing next bullet to slide under the mags ridge. Simple system but saves the fingers!
 

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Yes Sir,, (Saves the Fingers),
Not wanting to sound like a 'lightweight', but after firing several
hundred rounds at a range, I have to stop. Not because i
want to, but because my fingers are killing me, hence the
search for a speedloader.

Again, any and all links are appreciated,,,,, T H A N K S !
 

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JJ, you are not a 'lightweight'...my fingers give out way before 200 rounds. Especially with my habit of making everything well lubed. Would like to pick up 18 more mags so I could load the night before...going to have to be a great sale though!
 

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Just mailed out a order for 5 speedloaders available through
http://www.startime.com/safety/loader.htm

Thought I'd pick up a few extra and give some as gifts to some associates.
BTW, at that same site, they've got some other interesting
items, I especially liked this one (for a laugh check it out)
http://startime.com/safety/noback.htm

Once again many thanks to all that responded, your helpful
links were invaluable to me!
 

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Mmmm, do not really know what to say...think I would let it all hang before use of the butt plug! Is that a gag type thing or is it on a diarea site?
 

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Actually, that is the same inventor I purchased my speedloader's from. He apparently invent's
a number of item's, but that last item made me laugh. It has to be a gag gift, and I can assure you
that I won't be buying any in my lifetime, still, I have to admire the demented inventor for having
the cahonies to publish such an item on the same site that you can buy speedloaders from....
(L O L)

BTW, sportsmansguide.com has their laserlyte handgun laser's marked down from $90.00 to
$29.97. These are the one with the various trigger mounts, & available in wired or wireless versions, (black or silver). Their blowing them out, so I bought three of them.
1,800-ft. range
Left or right switch activation
Full 5mW of laser power
Adjustable windage and elevation
2 1/2 x 1/2" diameter, weighs 1 1/5 ozs. with battery (included)
Includes a variety of mounts / inserts to fit nearly all
pistols and revolvers.

Here's where their at if anyone's interested, don't know for how much longer though....
http://shop.sportsmansguide.com/smg/ad/ad.asp?p=WX2&i=62634


 

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I bought one of the Laserlytes from Sportsmans Guide and installed it on my CZ-75B. It works great after you spend some time trying to figure out which combination of mounts to use on the trigger guard. Still an excellent buy!!!

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Thanks, at that price I ordered 3 also...think I am going to try to make a bore siter to site in my scopes with one! The wireless models aparently have an on off on both sides of the unit. I think the wire looks funky so got mine without.
 

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Bruz is correct, the wireless model has an on/off switch on the end of the light unit. The wired unit appears to be to "Funcky" looking and I feel I wold get my finger cought in the wire. Either one is still a GREAT buy!

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Well I also went with the wireless models, (forgot to mention that in my previous post).

 Now all I need is a new holster that can handle the P99 with a trigger-laser attached to it.
Any ideas as to where I should steer towards?  Does Fobus make a model big enough?  What
holster's are you folks using now? Or should I start a new 'post topic' for this query?
 
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