LULA M-16 / AR-15 StripLULA – 5.56 / .223
223 caliber ammo on stripper clips can now be loaded in your magazine with unmatched speed - 30 rounds in 12 seconds! The Strip LULA is the fastest, easiest-to-use strip loader on the market, and it fits in your pocket.
- The quickest simplest strip loader available today
- Ultra compact - 1/3 the size of similar loaders
- For AR-15/M-16 magazines.
- Durable reinforced polymer.
- No finger pain or injury.
M-16 / AR-15 10-round StripLULA™ loader and unloader for all such metal and plastic 5.56mm / .223 magazines, including PMAG’s and Lancer.
- Loads both 10-rd Stripper clips and 10 loose rounds.
- A simple unloader.*
- Small & durable.
Loads 10, 20, 30, 40 & 100 round 5.56 / .223 magazines, like:
- M16 / AR15 / M4 USGI (NATO STANAG 4179)
- Magpul PMAG
- H&K metal 416 / SA80
- Beretta AR 70-90
- SIG Arms (black mags)
All-in-one 10rd stripper clip and loose rounds magazine loader and unloader*.
- Fits all M-16 / AR-15 5.56mm type metal and polymer mags.
- 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.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Awesome speed loader for 223 magazines
It took me a little while to figure out how to unlock the stripula for use (I know, that's pretty bad). Anyways, picked up some dutch ammo already in clips... and it slams it right down in. I've reloaded those strips and slammed them down in my Pmags with no issues. You can also load the stripula and use that without a clip. This is cheating big time. My princess's hands stay blood-free. (sorry - work joke for us full-time computer geeks)
This stripper clip speed loader is A MUST HAVE
The "striplula" is so simple to use for loading and unloading; it's THE BEST product in existence for the loading-unloading M-16 type magazines. From 10 rounds to 30 rounds; to 100 drum magazines, it works! I have had NO problems or concerns about the durability of this tool, and after using them for a few years (i know I have several) I recommend them hands down. I have not looked at the video Brownells has under the "learn" button, but if it is the one I saw several years ago in an out minute's time, it proves just how good it is. No mag pouch should be without one.
Get One If You Shoot A Lot
I was skeptical, but I'm a believer now. I wish I'd had one two decades ago! It makes loading loose rounds effortless. You stack them as if they were in a stripper clip, lift up the follower behind the stack, and push all the rounds into the mag. I haven't used it with stripper clips yet. I've only used it with Lancer mags. It's awesome!
223 556 speed loader - Blown away
I got this speed loader today, and to say I was blown away would be an understatement. From the time I opened the package, I had 180 stripper clip rounds loaded, including the learning curve, 5 MINUTES! I've been hand-loading mags for 25 years, and I wish I had found this fantastic product way back then. I rarely write reviews, but this product impressed me so much I felt compelled.
Strip lula speed loader 223 is a Must have tool
I absolutely love this striplula ar-15 magazine loader. Sore fingers, cracked knuckles, and missed loads are a thing of the past. If you load no more than five magazines, it may not be worth your money. If you are an average to heavy shooter, this thing will pay for itself the 1st time you use it.
This 5.56 magazine loader is a nail saver
This 5.56 strip loader is essential for any woman with a 5.56 firearm and cares about her hands and nails. It is fast, efficient and easy to use, so even men can use it!!😂 Compact, so easy to take for loading at the range. Great Loader!
Best 223 magazine loader
This simplifies loading magazines, even with gritty, binding stripper clips. A must-have if you shoot your ar a lot.
From the time of purchase to the time of delivery was exceptional and the use of the StripLULA was even better.it has made using stripper Clips as such an awesome way to load The use of the spoon is a way of the past and I want to say thank you
Greatest thing since sliced bread
I've been using these strip Lula ar-15 magazine loader for several years now and have one in a range bag, one with a box of empty magazines, one with the ammo can of 5.56, and one in the rifle case. I wish this were around when I was on active duty. After a few clips of ammo, it works smooth, I stand mag on end and push or turn the whole thing upside down and push magazine on to bullets. I showed my nephew how to use his new black gun, and he bought it on the spot from me.
It took me a little while to figure out how to unlock the striplula for use (I know, that's pretty bad). Anyways, picked up some dutch ammo already in clips... and it slams it right down in. I've reloaded those strips and slammed them down in my Pmags with no issues. It can also load the Striplula and use that without a clip. This is cheating big time. My princess's hands stay blood-free. (sorry - work joke for us fulltime computer geeks)
Way Better Than The Standard 5.56 strip loader
Just like I have come to expect from Maglula, this striplula 5.56 speed loader works perfectly and is super fast. It is easy to use and makes loading the pre-loaded stripper clips super easy. Being in law enforcement, I have always used the standard metal loaders that are usually included with our practice and duty ammo. Although the conventional metal loaders work, they often are difficult to attach to some mags, especially the P-Mags. Then once connected, you are using your fingers to apply pressure to the rounds, which can cause some shots to fall out of the stripper clips before making it into the magazine. The Maglula takes care of these problems and makes loading hundreds of rounds super easy. It securely attaches to the back of the magazine like the standard one but works with all magazines that I own. Once on, it has a large polymer latch that slides up from the back, flips over, and applies the pressure to the rounds. Because of the shape of the latch, it makes the pressure even, and the rounds slide into the magazine with little or no effort. One great feature I like about the Maglula is that the latch folds back onto the main frame, making it very compact and easy to store. I keep mine in my TYR Tactical Admin Pouch, which is attached to my Battle Belt. It is always with me when I need to load up for whatever I am doing. One thing that bothered me about the Maglula is that the polymer doesn't seem as sturdy as I would like. Other than that, it is way better than the standard mag loaders and makes your life easier...also save your fingers when shooting a lot of ammunition in one day. I highly recommend this mag loader. You will not be disappointed and will be well worth the money...trust me!
Worth every penny so far...
This 5.56 strip loader is great. The only "pain" caused by this is from gripping it to the mag while loading, and I believe a baby squeezing your finger hurts worse. Works great, right out of the package with no reading(lol), and I loaded ten 30-rnd mags in about 3 minutes while talking to my GF about what it does. THE ONLY GRIPE: Note that this is simply a "How To" gripe, but I was surprised to find that the second and third strips in were the easiest to load. The third and last being the easiest. On that first one, you gotta go hammer-time on it, or it can bind up on the final few rounds and not feed them into the mag. It looks like they just barely catch the front of the mag with the tip of the bullet. Simple fix, just don't weak arm it on the first strip. I did this on the third or fourth mag, took about 30 seconds to correct by popping out two rounds, do the old "mag stack"(slap it on your hand to seat rounds back)and replace the two rounds. Now the only question is will it last. Seems to be built solid enough, and other reviews have used it more than I have. But IMHO, if it only continues for 3k rounds its worth $10/k to have it loaded that quickly and easily bc it almost feels like cheating. I say if you shoot your AR more than 500-1000 rounds per month, this is a must-have.