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    Don’t use/need speed-loaders for my Mod 28, but I agree with jonesy. If I was going to alter a cylinder for speed-loaders, I’d get a second cylinder and keep my original, if it’s numbered to the gun. Hank

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    I competed for a decade using HKS loaders. Had a tray that arranged the cartridges and the loader would slip over them. I would load up between strings. We all used them. And we had good split times even with the full WC bullets we preferred.

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    I didn't know anybody but HKS still made speedloaders.

    I just thought of it. I shot an IPSC match (local club) years ago with a revolver. I know we had to do a reload, probably more than one, but I'll be darned if I remember how I did the reload. It was my first ever match, so I doubt I went out of my way for anything fancy, so I must have used HKS speedloaders. Or maybe even Speed-Strips. I know I didn't reload from a pocket. I'd still be there.

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