Spee-D-Loader Rimfire Tube Mag Speed Loader

Speed loaders help save a lot of time at the range, keeping you shooting instead of reloading. Here is a neat product for rimfire shooters who have rifles with tublar magazines. Called the Spee-D-Loader, it features 8 chambers that can hold up to 28 rounds per chamber depending on caliber. It works with .22 Long Rifle, .22 Short, .22 Magnum and .17 HMR. It comes in 5 different capacities ranging in price from $13.29 to $29.98. They’re available over at Spee-d-loader.net. Check it out in action below.

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  • James

    I’ve had one of these for at least a decade. If you own a Marlin 60, it’s more or less an essential piece of equipment.

    • iksnilol

      You can also use an arrow shaft, close it with ear plugs.

      • Sulaco

        Or plastic straws work very well and hold as many as you wish. I paint the end that loads into the rifle red.

    • Zachary marrs

      If you dont like accidentally putting rounds in backwards, get this or make your own.

      • TFB Reader

        Actually, you can put rounds in the loader “backwards” for the gun that you are loading. I’m sure there are readers out there with rifles that load from the rear, bullet first, opposed to Marlin 60 and similar rifles that load from the front.

    • Tim U

      It’s been standard on any range outing I’ve brought my Marlin 60 to. It would get more use if I could replenish consumed ammunition.

  • sianmink

    I’ve got a Nylon 66 and a shorter version of this, it’s really nice.

  • 101nomad

    I enjoy the zen of leisurely reloading, unless some one is shooting at me.

  • Blake

    I have one.

    It’s a bit of a pain to fill it up, so make sure to do it before you head out to the range.

    But very true that once it’s full you can load a tube-magazine 22LR rifle in seconds if you’ve got the hang of it. Extremely handy.

    All we need now is for rimfire ammo prices to come back from crazy land…

  • gunslinger

    i saw these, and didn’t realize how they worked, until i saw it was for tube magazines.
    i got a winchester model 270 pump action .22LR Rifle. when i google it i keep getting .270 action guns.

    but with any “speed loader” you have to off set the time elsewhere, usually. either by preloading the loader, or having the bullets arranged some way. but you can do that stuff while watching the latest episode of Cops or something 🙂

  • smartacus


    Marlin 60 and spee d loader

  • John

    Ehh, I have a 10-round single-tube Winchester speedloader that came with my 1890 when it was manufactured in 1920 and it works fine almost a hundred years later. I like taking my time at the range anyway.