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Old 03-06-2020, 12:37 PM   #1
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We gave acquired a P365 SAS for carry. The magazine springs are REAL tight Many speedloaders do not seem to be well suited to it, and those that do advertise as "works well with P 365" do not get good reviews.

Any thoughts or experienced?

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Old 03-19-2020, 06:51 PM   #2
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My one of only two polymer guns is a 365 although not the SAS. Yep, getting that last round in the magazine isn't easy. The Maglula loader I have is put to the test but does load it.

I should also mention that with that last round being a bear to load, I was a bit worried about it cycling reliably loading one in the chamber and then removing the magazine and topping the magazine off. Not conclusive but I've tried a half dozen times doing that without any issues.
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Les, thank you for your update. I have a maglula on order. Hope it helps. Thanks again.
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George, just curious, did you get your order (maglula) and can you now load that last round?
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