Release Date TBD.
The Smokewagon Speedloader was designed to be easily carried, while still providing the user with the same speed and reliability as with any other conventional speedloader on the market.
Our speedloader can lock flat when carried.
With a press of a button, our speedloader unlocks and acts like a standard push-release speedloader.
Weight : 2oz
Materials: SS304 & 3D printed Polycarbonate
Plastic thermally stable up to 200 Fahrenheit.
Grip Accommodation: Our speedloader is guaranteed to work with VZ grips.
Due to the variety of grips on the market, we can't guarantee that our speedloader will work with other company grips, without modification.
Our speedloader is manufactured and assembled in the USA.
This is a genius product It takes a minute to figure out but in the end it’s great
Watch the video and contact them for questions Great customer service
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I'm in the process of making the speedloader more intuitive to use.
Bridges the flat carry of a speed strip but reload as fast as speedloader. However the build quality of these aren't the great, not very durable, I dropped one while it was open flat loaded with rounds and broke on a single drop, now won't close right or hold rounds properly.
Thank you for the review.
I'm going to send you a return request. This will help me figure out what went wrong and prevent this from happening again.
Need more time to evaluate.I like the ones that are spring assist.It’s tough to beat the SL Variant.Jet loader is second.
This is a revolutionary idea. And the packaging is hilarious.
This is a great prototype but the operation is a little sticky due to it being 3D printed and rough in certain spots. It will work much better when it’s mass produced with smooth, injection-molded plastic. Buy one now to help them fund mass production! I intend to buy 10 of these once full production is up and running.
I think that this speed loader is great and has a very creative design. The only thing I’d like to add to this is some sort of belt clip. It looks like there might be space for a small clip to be added on the back but idk since I’m not an engineer. Outside of that I think it’s great
I designed a pocket clip. But I couldn't figure out a good way for users to remove it if they didn't need it.
I'll have to spend some more time on it.
Thank you for the suggestion.