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Saturday, May 6, 2017

The Safariland Comp 1 Speedloader is a very sweet concealed carry reload option for the S&W J Frame

In the comments of an earlier blog entry, a kindred gunslinging blogger, Comrade Misfit, suggested that I try Safariland Speedloaders for concealed carry.  So, I bought three Safariland Comp 1 speedloaders for my S&W J Frames.  I practiced with them ... I carried them ...  and I found that I liked this speedloader design a whole lot!  






No conflict between the speedloader and the grips on this J Frame S&W






On YouTube, I found several tutorials on how to use the Comp 1; IMHO the video above is the best.




2 comments:

Wilson said...

I’m also a fan of Safariland speedloaders and use them for my Smith & Wessons. I find them to be more intuitive and faster to use than the HKS type, which are rather awkward for me.

"Zack" said...

Dunno why I never tried them before ... it could be that I never once found them offered at any of our local gun stores ...

Live and learn, I guess.