Front View using the
TAYLOR SPEED LOADER Accessories for the Disabled, a Universal Magazine Loader Adaptive Shooting Equipment
Side View using the
TAYLOR MAGAZINE LOADER
This video is an honest un-edited look at three loading techniques intended to provide potential buyers an idea of how this loader stacks up compared to other methods requiring both hands. We each loaded two 15 round magazines at a normal pace.
9mm fmj ammunition was used for the video.
THE "MOST VERSATILE LOADER" ON THE MARKET AND IT ONLY TAKES ONE HAND TO LOAD THE MOST MAGAZINES !
Hardwood economy version $65.00 REDUCED NOW $45.00 THROUGH DECEMBER 2020
Machined Polymer version $90.00 REDUCED NOW $65.00 THROUGH DECEMBER 2020
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I lost my right arm to bone cancer as a young man but continued to hunt with handguns. Finding revolvers incredibly slow and cumbersome to reload with one hand I got into autoloaders.
As I got older loading magazines got harder and harder. I started working on this design in the early 1980s but arthritis caused me to complete the design only recently deciding to making it available to the public.
I originally designed this tool for myself.
Independence was the goal.
No more asking for help at the range.
Call it Gun Range Rehab.
The polymer version is very tough. It will withstand water, oil and hot environments without shrinking or warping. The CNC machining process leaves marks in the recessed areas of the loader. We don't try to remove the marks due to increased cost that would not improve the function of the loader.
The hardwood version is an economy model.
Under normal use it won't wear but it will retain marks from use.
This model is NOT impervious to water.
This model is guaranteed against breakage or splitting.
Simply return the broken item and I will replace it.
! COLORS WILL VARY !
Natural wood grains will be evident and unique to each loader.
Colors of the polymer models will change frequently. In an effort to control manufacturing cost we only purchase available colors.
RUGER 22 RIMFIRE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aduHFMlmsc
RUGER RIMFIRE TIPS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSx-ign3z2s&t=2s
SPRINGFIELD XDM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaO8urwuDHU
COLT SINGLE STACK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLZcy5DpVdk
If I can help with technique or equipment, just ask. I'm happy to share my experience.
If you have any doubts or questions magazine brand specific, I'll be glad to test a particular brand magazine and video same.
Be sure to scroll down for tools and techniques that work for me.
370 Green Oak Dr. KERRVILLE, TEXAS 78028
Please contact me via Phone or e-mail for assistance and or orders.
Level 1 OWB belt kydex Holster
Rear Facing Kydex Mag Pouch just behind the butt of the pistol.
P320c RX1 with small grip module
Everything I do with a handgun is done in ways that do NOT compromise my grip on the gun. All actions that might loosen my grip on the pistol are accomplished with the pistol firmly in the holster including pressing the magazine release.
Magazine insertion and removal are accomplished with the gun in the holster.
An empty magazine is always used to lock the slide back.
I use the RX1 halo pressed against my hip or pants seam to rack the slide on the pistol.
I've had numerous questions about my technique to handle loading and handling with one hand. Seen here is the process I use to first unload then reload my handgun. I rely heavily on the holster as you can see.