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    My new JIT

    Just got a Don Hume LH JIT holster for my 642. REALLY like it. Now I’m trying to work out the best way to carry a few more rounds.
    Anyone try the “ Quickload” products..??

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    The JIT is a great holster but I never heard of Quickload Products. I use Tuff Quickstrips and/or Bianchi Speed strips, is that what you are talking about. They are handy and much more compact than speedloaders.
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    “Quickload” is another brand. Not on the market long. They offer a speed loader and speed strip. A little different than the others I’ve seen. I’d like to find a 5-rd speed loader that will work with the Crimson Trace grips.

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    Okay, found the sight, nice concept, just seems a little pricey for me.
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    Yup...not a "cheapie". I requested some information from them regarding the "fit" of their Roundloader model (5 at a time) when used with a S&W 642. Have not heard back.
    I have Crimson Trace grips on my 642, and an HKS 36A hangs up to the point that I'd not trust it in a high stress situation.
    Never had a problem with the HKS on K and N frame revolvers. I competed in IPSC Revolver Class with a 4 in. M-57 and had reloads down pretty good.
    The "Quickload" strip loader seems to be designed specifically to push 3 rds into the cylinder, followed by 2. In my experience,that's a new idea for "Speed strip" loading.
    Perhaps someone here knows more..??
    Thanks.


 

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