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#1 RoughRider666

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 04:36 PM

Topic says it all.

where can i get these? Everything i have found is for the 7.62x39 & .223 I know there HAS to be something out there for the 5.45

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 04:49 PM

Not sure what you're thinking of (or why you'd be even interested in) when you ask about "strippers" for the 5.45x39 rounds; to my knowledge such puppies don't exist. . . but I could be wrong.

For a "speedloader" the LULU Magazine Loader for the AK-47/Galil works just fine with the 5.45x39 round and com-bloc magazines.
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#3 RoughRider666

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 05:01 PM

Not sure what you're thinking of (or why you'd be even interested in) when you ask about "strippers" for the 5.45x39 rounds; to my knowledge such puppies don't exist. . . but I could be wrong.

For a "speedloader" the LULU Magazine Loader for the AK-47/Galil works just fine with the 5.45x39 round and com-bloc magazines.
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the LULA loaders are not SPEEDLOADERS...i was thinking something alone the lines of the Cammenga loaders, but what i want to know is if they work with the 5.45 round? and if so, do i need to have stripper clips to make it work properly?

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 05:15 PM

They pop up on Gunbroker from time to time. Copes has the clips but not the loader.

I had some back in the early 00's and they work really well- the clips hold 15 rounds each and the loader attaches on to the mag catch. Far better than the borderline useless gadget that is supposed to help you load 7.62 AK mags with SKS clips.

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Posted 10 March 2010 - 05:20 PM

5.45x39mm strippers are 15 rounds, and only load/unload in one direction (unlike 7.62x39 sks strippers). they require a "spoon" loader to interface with magazines. common packing is 4 strippers and one spoon. here is what they look like:
http://northridgeinc...x.cfm/c147/i686
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