Makers of the brilliant thumb-saving LULA and UpLULA mag loaders, Maglula announces its new magazine loader—the Range Benchloader for 30-round .223 Remington/5.56 magazines.
Designed for those who load hundreds of magazines a day, the Range Benchloader allows you to load your 30-round AR mags with a single hand stroke.
It is compatible with all AR-15/M4-type magazines including:
- USGI aluminum (NATO STANAG)
- Magpul PMAG
- H&K 416/SA80 steel
- SCAR 16
- SureFire 60 and 100-round
- Beretta AR 70-90
- Older Lancer
The reinforced heavy-duty polymer construction eliminates wear on your magazine’s feed lips—in turn prolonging the life of your mags. With a single-hand stroke load one to 30 loose rounds.
It takes 25 seconds to load a 30-round AR-15 magazine and is easy to operate with gloves on. Comprising of only three parts, the Maglula Range Benchloader will hardly ever need cleaning or maintenance.
At 16.5 inches long and weighing 12.7-ounces, it is portable enough to throw one in your range bag and always have mags loaded and ready to go.
However, there are three integrated securing holes on both sides of the magazine loader to secure it to a surface, such as a workbench, if you so desire.
Two other holes on the Range Benchloader’s right side allow for easy carry and as well as working as a tangible indicator that the loader is full in low light.
The Range Benchloader is easy to use. Simply place the loose rounds onto the loader and use the slide to push the rounds into your magazine.
- Slide in and lock the magazine in the loader.
- Place a round diagonally, then straighten and crowd towards the magazine. Fill up to 30 rounds.
- Quickly slide the slider towards the magazine.
- Lift the mag release and remove the magazine.
Though aimed at shooting ranges, competitors, military and law enforcement ranges and armories and ammo and firearm manufacturers, the regular guy can benefit from the Range Benchloader magazine loader, too!
Maglula will be demonstrating the Range Benchloader at the 2015 Media Day at the Range and during SHOT Show. We hope to get our hands on one so we can report back.