Maglula Range Benchloader – Load SureFire 60rnd Magazines in 50 Seconds

    MagLula (which stands for Magazine Loader & Un-loader), has put up initial details of the forthcoming Maglula Range Benchloader. Different from previous releases, the Range Benchloader is designed to work with ALL .223/5.56 systems, whereas legacy systems have been specific to certain capacities and/or patterns.

    According to My Gun Culture, target retail price is $165

    Details from Maglula:

    The new Range BenchLoader™ loader is heavy-duty industrial 5.56 / .223 cal magazine loader made to load a magazine in a single hand stroke. It is intended for daily loading of  hundreds of magazines at shooting ranges and armories. It totally eliminate any fingers’ pain and injury, shorten loading time, and keep the magazines lips intact.

    Loads all AR15 / M4 compatible 5.56 / .223 magazines, like:

    • M16 / AR15 / M4 USGI (NATO STANAG 4179)
    • Magpul PMAG
    • Lancer
    • H&K metal 416 / SA80
    • Beretta AR 70-90
    • Thermold
    • Orlite
    • SIG Arms (black AR mags)


    • Competition shooters
    • Shooting ranges
    • Military & LE armories
    • Ammunition & firearm manufacturers


    • Loads from 1 to 30 loose rounds in a single stroke.
    • 25 seconds loading 30 rd magazines.
    • Absolutely painless operation!
    • Keeps the magazine lips intact.
    • Allows inspection for defects and cleaning of rounds prior to loading.
    • Rugged construction.
    • Comprising only 3 parts.
    • Safe on fingers and magazine.
    • Filling of rounds is done with both hands, therefore quicker loading.
    • Needs no dexterity or training to use.
    • Needs virtually no maintenance or cleaning.
    • Easy to operate with gloves in freezing weather.
    • Chemicals resistant.



    Each Range BenchLoader™ comes with a carry case.

    Nathan S

    One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

    The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.