Magazine loader for black label 1911-22

Discussion in 'Browning 1911-22 Handgun' started by ShooterGranny, Jul 9, 2019.

  1. Rudolph31

    Rudolph31 .30-06

    Wow, I’d let my fingers bleed before I paid $20 for that. Or wear gloves.

    Actually, it looks easy enough to make. You could it use the thin (1/8”?) plywood they sell in hobby shops and craft stores.

    Don’t have the skills? You’re a grandmother; that suggests you have a son, son-in-law, or grandkid that could make it for you.
    Last edited: Jul 9, 2019
  2. My shooting gloves slip right off that almost flat pull down "knob" and I do not have anyone anymore who could make a precise pattern and do the keyhole cut necessary. It has to be precisely right or it will not work.

    Time was, many decades ago before it ever occurred to me that someday I would be a serious shooter, I could have made one if I could have found a thick enough slab of plastic. Wood would tend to splinter as it was being used to push down on the almost flat "knob" - especially plywood.
  3. Tim Lange

    Tim Lange .22LR

  4. OH YEAH - those loaders that are made for The Mark series are great and really cheap. Unfortunately they NO WAY will work with the Browning 1911-22 magazines which are a totally different size and shape.

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