Comp III S&W® Model 19, 66; Taurus® 66, 669, 689 .38 Spl / .357 Mag 6 - shot

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Revolver Speedloaders, PRICED RIGHT !

Unique Safariland® design is the most secure and foolproof of any Speedloader. These release the cartridges with a spring action, only with pressure of the Loader against the cylinder. Others will release with a drop or an accidental "twist"... these won't, it's a field-proven fact.

Available in 3 styles: Comp I in a variety of models and calibers, Comp II with larger locking knob and Comp III designed with larger grasping area for competitive shooters.

Cleanest, fastest and most-secure loading... order ONLINE today!

!!! Limited Quantities !!!

Comp I S&W® Model 60, 36 .38 Spl /

.357 Mag 5-shot

Comp I Colt® Detective Special .38 Spl 6-shot

  • Comp I S&W® Model 29, 629, 24, 624 Ruger®

Redhawk,® Colt® Anaconda .44 Spl /

.44 Mag 6-shot

Comp I S&W® Model 19, 66; Taurus® 66,

669, 689 .38 Spl / .357 Mag 6-shot

  • Comp I S&W® Model 586, 686 Ruger®

GP-100 .38 Spl / .357 Mag 6-shot

Comp I S&W® Model 27, 28, .38 Spl /

.357 Mag 6-shot

Comp II Colt® Python® .38 Spl /

.357 Mag 6-shot

Comp II S&W® Model 19, 66; Taurus® 66,

669, 689 .38 Spl / .357 Mag 6-shot

  • Comp II S&W® Model 586, 686 Ruger®

GP-100 .38 Spl / .357 Mag 6-shot

  • Comp III S&W® Model 586, 686 Ruger®

GP-100 .38 Spl / .357 Mag 6-shot

Comp III S&W® Model 19, 66; Taurus® 66,

669, 689 .38 Spl / .357 Mag 6-shot

WARNING:

You must be 18 or older to purchase these products. These products cannot be shipped to D.C.; MA; Canada or Puerto Rico. These products cannot be shipped Parcel Post. Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering these products.

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