Maybe no more sore thumbs.

Brad

Administrator
Staff member
I have one for my CZ 75B in 9mm and wouldn’t be without it.

Ben, beware of those devices however. They have been known to lead to rapid emptying of ammo boxes and depletionof powder, lead, and primer supplies. They do, however, lead to smiles on faces.
 

462

California's Central Coast Amid The Insanity
Mine pulls double duty -- single stack 1911 and double stack Glock. Filling them is almost as much fun as emptying them.
 

freebullet

Well-Known Member
Nice, definitely a thumb saver.

Having a wife that likes to shoot I was informed of them when they first came to market.
 

Pistolero

Well-Known Member
The only mags that I though of needing help was Beretta 92 mags.
1911s and BHPs, and Sig 225s never caused me any trouble.

I like the unloader for AR15 mags, the loading is easy enough, but really a PITA
getting them out.

Maybe I need to try one.

Bill
 

Winelover

North Central Arkansas
Been using them for years. Have one for my AR-10 and one like yours the covers most of my nines.......they make a dedicated one for CZ- Scorpion magazines, of which I have two. Wouldn't be without a Up-Lula.
 

CZ93X62

Redlands, Kalifornistan
Mag loaders are a godsend to me. I would be out of the autopistol game entirely without them.
 

Creeker

Active Member
I use one for my CZ75. Makes loading 4 mags easy. It also works for the S&W MP Pro 9. I load about 8 mags & leave the loose ammo home. You will love that tool.
 

dale2242

Member
After checking out their web site, it seems there is a lot of cheap clones packaged with the Uplula name and uplula type packaging.
Chinese as near as they can tell.
They won`t hold up like the original...dale
 

Ben

Moderator
Staff member
I bought mine at Academy Sports.
I hope that it is " THE REAL McCOY " ?