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Things I liked: The thing does what it should, which is to load six rounds quickly.
Things I would have changed: Hmmm... only thing I can think of is to make the thing a bit more 'sensitive' to releasing the shells, but this is NOTHING different than the real ones I have used. Oh, and come down on the price, or have an occational 'BUY TWO GET ONE FREE'. Hell, I'd buy TEN MORE, getting me five extra. I'm just sayin, Josh! IF too hard to handle, how 'bout buy three get one free? I'd still buy ten to fifteen.
What others should know: Yeah_ get SEVERAL because once you start, you won't want to load any other way. And with the six shells in the loader, it is SO easy to just press the tips into a bunch of BBs poured into a shallow container. Just make sure to 'seat' the BBs into the tips with your finger.
Things I liked: I like the concept a lot.
Things I would have changed: The loader is poorly engineered. The plastic is a candidate to break or wear over time. The click-lock feature is solid, but The cartridge release point is hit or miss. Maybe it takes practice. At this point hand loading is just as fast as using this item. The clearance with the safety is the issue, although it does release the cartridges properly sometimes. It would be a nice item if it was made of aluminum and had a positive, dependable release point.
What others should know: I'd try the one that comes with the gun first. Then get a backup if you like it. More cartridges by themselves would have been a smarter purchase for me.
Things I liked: It goes with the Dan Wesson. You probably need two of these, and the shells that are included.
Things I would have changed: It would be really nice if it fit and worked as intended. I have a DW 6" and it's a fiddly kind of job to get this to work smoothly. I think the people who engineered this item should have worked in tighter conjunction with the people who engineered the pistol. I think it's a $10 item, not $20. And, if they had made it out of aluminum with a thinner outer wall, it would work perfectly.
What others should know: It looks cooler than it functions. I'm going to time myself loading single shells and compare that time to using this loader. I definitely have to practice using the loader to see if I can prove to myself it's more efficient.
1 will these shells fi the other crosman 357 revolvers ? and 2. does any one sell the shells for the pellets ?
do speed loaders c ome with belt case?
Will these fit Black Ops Exterminator?