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    Default Does anyone have any kind of file for an AR speed loader?

    The various files i've found or made don't seem to give me the clearances and spec's i need to know to build this correctly for ease of passage in the tray "slide". Any help would be appreciated...
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    Here is one that I drew up, works great. I have crv files but they won't upload.


    Mag Loader 1.jpgMag Loader.jpgSpeedloader Assy V4 Final.dwg
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    Quote Originally Posted by mirion View Post
    Here is one that I drew up, works great. I have crv files but they won't upload.


    Mag Loader 1.jpgMag Loader.jpgSpeedloader Assy V4 Final.dwg
    Just an FYI... it's .223/5.56. You have .223/5.6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 8Ball View Post
    Just an FYI... it's .223/5.56. You have .223/5.6.
    I didn't notice and I intended 5.56 but technically speaking 5.56 rounded to one place would be 5.6.

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    That one looks pretty nice!

    I came across this one on Thingiverse...https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3234681 It's a hand held one intended for 3D printing, but with some work, one could do a 3D two sided cut to make the body in halves and the plunger in one piece. I took a little time in Fusion 360 to split it and export as an obj if anyone wants to give it a go. I may sometime if/when time permits.
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