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who makes the best moon clip loader/unloader tools


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I just got into revolver shooting recently and after some research (my friend is doing the same thing so i just blatantly pilfered his results :). ) I bought the one my friend picked out. It works great and is one tool for loading and unloading the moon clips as opposed to carrying around two separate tools like what came with the revolver I bought. Makes loading them really fast and easy.

http://www.revolversupply.com/documents/68.html

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This is what you need:

http://mooncliptool.com/

When I first got my revolver and needed to run it in a match, the time was tight and I needed this tool ASAP. I called him up and told him my situation. He had the tool in the mail in 30 minutes and it is awesome! I can't recommend anyone else higher this product and their service. Even though that was a few years ago, I will never forget their service and the great product they sell. And no, I do not work for them or even know them. It was recommended by a friend and that's who I went with. Best choice I made with my revo gear.

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This is what you need:

http://mooncliptool.com/

I like the looks of that one, and for the price it seems like a great choice. I use the BMT Mooner and I think it may be a little faster for unloading empties and reloading between stages, but it's over $80. Works beautifully, everyone has to decide what's worth their time and money.

http://www.bmtequipped.com/products.php

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This is what you need:

http://mooncliptool.com/

When I first got my revolver and needed to run it in a match, the time was tight and I needed this tool ASAP. I called him up and told him my situation. He had the tool in the mail in 30 minutes and it is awesome! I can't recommend anyone else higher this product and their service. Even though that was a few years ago, I will never forget their service and the great product they sell. And no, I do not work for them or even know them. It was recommended by a friend and that's who I went with. Best choice I made with my revo gear.

I have used all versions of their tool since it was first developed. Great tool, great service, and Clint is a good guy to deal with. Whenever I need anything he leaves it in his mailbox and I pick it up :D

If you have more than one caliber revolver, you can buy different center pieces. No need for multiple tools.

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I bought a BMT tool for my model 610, and must agree with what the other have said about it being a great tool, especially since it both loads and unloads. However, now that I need a moonclip tool for my 627 I find myself asking if investing $160 for 2 BMT tools makes sense compared to buying just one moonclip tool with the different arbors. If there is even a remote possibility that you will be loading moonclips for a second or third revolver, the moonclip tool may be a better option.

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BMT.

And buy enough moonclips so that you can just load them all for a typical shooting session.

It took me way to long to figure out how important having enough that I could load everything for a session and just shoot is.

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Add me to the growing list of people who would recommend the BMT. I've only had one small problem. I have one for my 625 and about a year ago the demooning side of it stripped and it wouldn't kick the brass off of the moonclip. I called BMT and they told me to send it back so it could be replaced. I've yet to send it back to get a new one. My story is not the norm though, I have never heard of anyone else having this problem, and again, I highly recommend it.

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BMT. You'll forget about the $80 long before you stop giggling when loading and unloading clips. It made my 625 my favorite firearm to shoot. I never lose brass and its easier to load than magazines.

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