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How to Quickly Reload Your Revolver


Mike Larney of the ProArms podcast demonstrates the FLETC reload for the revolver as he was taught when he was an officer with the NYPD. You'll need a speed-loader for this one.

December 14, 2009
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Tags: Revolvers, NYPD, How-To Guides


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NYPDJay2790 @ 4/12/2010 4:37 PM

That was great !
glad to see you brother !

TRussell @ 11/20/2012 9:43 AM

The best way to reload a revolver. When I started back in the early 90's were issued wheel guns for a short time. You can fire, dump the spent casings, reload and fire again as fast as you can load a magazine. Well...if you practice. Be safe people.

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