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sheywood

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Anyone have a cheap, reliable, innovative speed loader solution for Vector mags?

I am officially tired of having to reload my Vector mags with a thumb driven speed loader. And I have 8 of them so "more Vector mid-caps" is not the answer...

I see one option as an Odin M12 Loader with an adapter, but the required components come from two different sources and when you add all the pieces up and it's $70

I see a Laylax speed loader for $60 and one youtube video showing a guy use it on a Vector AEG but no other reviews on it or testimonials that it works w/Vector and it's $60

I have an Angel Custom Thunderstorm drum mag on the way to deal with this, but I'm not convinced I'm gonna love it. It comes with Vector adapter from manufacturer, has a handful of reviews attesting to it's reliability and is $79 so in the ballpark with the other options

I'd really just like to find a trusted, non PITA way to reload the mags I already own. Anyone have any solutions?


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dante_vietro12

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The mags fit directly into the odin without the adapter. The adapter is pointless really. Just push it into the odin and it will split it a teensy bit but nothing to worry about. I can fill 7 vector mags with the odin with no adapter in like 45 seconds.
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sheywood

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So here's where I ended up
  • The Angel drum mag is functionally AWESOME. I thin it's ugly as f**k and kills the aesthetic so I let my son have it but holy smokes does it supply a ridiculous amount of BB's. He's always been a hang back player, super conservative because he hates switching mags and reloading. That side of him was no where to be found and he spent the whole day pushing up and spraying full auto. And it takes 10 seconds to load another 1500 BB's. Ridiculous...
  • I now have all 8 glorious 95 round mags all to myself and instead of using my thumb on the speed loader I just pound the plunger with my palm and it gets the job done. Plus I'm only reloading for one so I can live with it


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sheywood

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And dante appreciate the tip on the Odin. When this current speedloader breaks due to me pounding on it will give the Odin a try
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