MagPump 9mm Luger magazine loader compatible with double stacked magazines for pistol models in GLOCK, SIG, Smith & Wesson, Springfield Armory, Ruger & CZ
MagPump 9mm Luger magazine loader loads each round in less than one second
MagPump 9mm Luger magazine loader with six magazine retainers including Glock, SIG, Smith & Wesson, Ruger, CZ, Springfield Armory
MagPump 9mm Luger magazine loader works with GLOCK double stack magazines
MagPump 9mm Luger magazine loader loads 30 rounds in less then 30 seconds
MagPump 9mm Luger magazine loader has a 50-round hopper that self-sorts the ammo saving you time
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9mm Luger Magazine Loader

This hopper-fed, loose-ammo loader eliminates hand fatigue and reduces magazine loading time by more than 50 percent. Simply load your ammo in the 50-round capacity hopper and let MagPump do the rest. The pump-action lever self-sorts ammunition in either direction, and loads up to 30 rounds in less than 30 seconds. The 9mm Luger includes six adaptable retainers to fit pistol models in GLOCK, SIG, Smith & Wesson, Springfield Armory, CZ and Ruger. Additional single- and double-stack magazine retainers available for more pistol models listed below.

Price
$149.99
Additional Magazine Retainers Available

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9MM Luger includes 6 magazine retainers compatible with 9mm double stack magazines for these pistol models
  • SIG
    - 320, P224, P226, P228, P229, P250, SP2022, SP2340, SP2009
  • Glock
    - Glock 17, Glock 17L, Glock 18, Glock 19, Glock 26, Glock 34
  • Springfield Armory
    - XD, XD mod.2
  • Smith & Wesson
    - M&P
  • CZ USA
    - P10
  • Ruger
    - SR9, SR9c, 9E

MAGAZINE RETAINERS

Additional magazine retainers compatible with single- and double-stack magazines for various pistol models are available for individual purchase.

Price
$19.99
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Price
$19.99
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Features

Includes 6 magazine retainers for pistol models in GLOCK, SIG, Smith & Wesson, Springfield Armory, Ruger & CZ

Hopper-fed, loose ammunition loader designed and optimized for use with 9mm Luger FMJ Ball/Round Nose rounds

50-round capacity hopper

Self-sorting hopper orients ammunition in either direction

This standard model is constructed of lightweight and durable polymer

Built-in safeties prevent damage to rounds when loading and stop loading when magazine is full

Reduces magazine loading time by more than 50%

Eliminates hand fatigue caused from loading

Mounts to any weaver or picatinny rail

Requires much less physical effort and strength to fully load magazines

MagPump 9mm Luger magazine loader

Also available in the 9mm Luger ELITE model

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“Since my time on the range is extremely important, MagPump makes sure I’m not wasting time loading magazines, and can focus on shooting and improving my technique.”
Doug Koenig
18x Bianchi Cup Winner | 20x Masters Champion | 3x Steel Challenge Winner

Reviews

9mm mag pump

By Jon Day on March 23, 2018

Great product! Loads my 33 rnd glock mags in about 30 seconds as claimed . No hicups, seems very well made

Mag-Pump Operation

By Frank St Clair on May 28, 2018

I just bought this device on impulse, since I have a number of double stack 9mm's with high capacity magazines. I started with the Sig P226. As per the instructions, I used the CZ module and figured out the setup with the instructions in about 3 minutes. I stacked a few boxes of 9mm up, opened my 226 mag box, and started loading. It took maybe 30 seconds per magazine. I was excited, so I went and rounded up my CZ mags. I got one loaded.....and I was out of ammunition to load. The whole operation, from opening the box to having about 450 rounds of ammo loaded, took about 30 minutes, and that includes running to the kitchen to fill my coffee cup. I gotta say, this thing is just cool. And my thumb doesn't hurt.

Just works!

By Jeff Mueller on October 29, 2018

Works great. No complicated set up, just inserted my glock mags and dumped in ammo. Pumped the mags full! No more story fingers!

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