by Pete

Let’s take a few minutes to play the game Opposite Day – hopefully you can follow along. I think Bullpup Firearms are the best invention to ever grace the shoulder fired firearms market. When I go to the rack to grab a rifle, my first choice is always a Bullpup. I also use my thumb to load cartridges one at a time into magazines like a proper gentleman. So while I love Bullpup rifles like the STEYR AUG, I’d rather slowly load magazines with grace than use a simple, effective and elegant tool built to jam mags quickly.

Ok, back to normal operations: I’m always impressed with Maglula products. For short money their loaders save you a lot of time and headaches. So if you are some sort of freak who owns and enjoys a Steyr AUG, buy the new StripLULA with confidence. Details are below.

STEYR AUG 5.56 / .223 StripLULA 10rd magazine loader


STEYR AUG 10-round StripLULA magazine loader for all 5.56 / .223 metal and polymer stripper-clips, including GECO gray strips, and loose rounds.

  • Loads both 10-rd stripper-clips and 10 loose rounds.
  • Small & durable, pocket-size.
  • Weighs 41 grams (1.5oz)
  • Loads 10, 20, 30, 40 round STEYR AUG factory magazines only !
  • NOTE: This loader does not fit or load Magpul PMAG® AUS  (30rd mag) or any other magazine.


All-in-one 10rd stripper clip and loose rounds magazine loader.

  • Fits all 5.56mm type stripper-clips, metal and polymer, including GECO strips.
  • Eliminates fingers pain and injury.
  • Easy and quick loading.
  • 1/3 the size of competing loaders.
  • Prolongs magazine life.
  • Reliable in all weather.
  • Durable reinforced polymer.
  • Ambidextrous.

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  • Plumber576 Plumber576 on Jul 27, 2018

    Recently purchased an ETS CAM Universal loader and it's loaded every non-handgun mag I've put in front of it. AR mags, AK mags, M1a mags, Uzi mags, it loads them all in seconds.

  • MclarenF1Forever MclarenF1Forever on Jul 28, 2018

    I got an ETS rifle mag loader works with AUG mags, both factory and Magpul's. It also works with HK 93 mags as well. Unlike their pistol mag loaders, the rifle one actually works really well. I've only managed to get their pistol mag loader to work once out of many tries. I've watched all the vids and lubing tips, but it simple doesn't seem to work for me. Magpump works if their is a mag holder for your pistol mags, but my Mecgar CZ-75 mags won't lock in their CZ holder.