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SECRET, SECRET!… Maglula Loader & Unloader for Ruger BX-25 Magazines Coming Soon

This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com

Maglula, the company known for making very simple yet extremely effective magazine loaders and unloaders, has some more tricks up their sleeves to save our thumbs. Currently, they have a magazine loader and unloader in development for the Ruger BX-25 magazine. I, for one, am always on board for tools that make my range experience easier and more efficient. Basically, more time sending lead down range and less time monkeying with my equipment.

Would you like to see a picture of Maglula’s latest and greatest range tool?… You cannot look yet! Err, what we mean is Maglula is putting the finishing touches on their prototype and do not want to prematurely unveil anything until the product is crisp, clean and perfect.

They will be selling a combo package to consumers that will contain both the Loader and Unloader for the BX-25 magazine. Also, you will be able to purchase the individual Unloader if you like. At the moment, no MSRP has been set for either offering.

The Ruger BX-25 Unloader is slated to be available for consumers some time in December of this year while the combo package of the Loader and Unloader should be available in February 2018. Likely, right after Maglula returns home from SHOT Show and settles back in to pumping out products for us range enthusiasts.

It will be important to note that the Maglula Loader for the BX-25 magazines will ONLY work with Ruger BX-25 magazines. Conversely, the Unloader will be compatible with all these brands:

  • Ruger Factory Magazines
  • Butler Creek
  • Black Dog
  • Eagle
  • ProMag
  • Shooters Ridge
  • Tactical Inc.

So if you love shooting your Ruger 10/22, but loathe having to painstakingly load your magazines, you can take heart that Maglula has a Loader and Unloader coming out soon to remedy that.

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