Tuff Quickstrip Black 6 Round - Pack of 2 (.38/.357 Caliber)


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  • QuickStrips (Two Pack)
  • Helps to speed your reload
  • 6 round (Black)
  • Fits .38, .35, .40 S&W, 6.8mm


Brand: Tuff Products

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Product details
  • Package Dimensions : 4.09 x 2.13 x 0.39 inches; 0.63 Ounces
  • Item model number : 7002-BP-6357
  • Department : Unisex-adult
  • Date First Available : April 16, 2011
  • Manufacturer : Tuff Products
  • ASIN : B004WUNI0S
  • Best Sellers Rank: #217,949 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #991 in Ammunition & Magazine Pouches

Found the Quikstrips to be an excellent and convenient way to carry spare revolver ammo in a pocket when speedloaders are too bulky or awkward. The Quickstrips are easy to use and they do make reloading a hasty affair particularly if you take some time to enhance your proficiency through practice. Highly recommended. Only complaint is the unreasonably high price for something that takes pennies to produce.

Just as the title says, save yourself a couple bucks and buy these. My brother-in-law is a police officer in South FL and he turned me on to these as he uses them to carry rounds for his back-up. They sit flat in his front vest pouch, a benefit over the cylindrical speedloaders, and they hold the rounds securely. Admittedly these can be a bit difficult to load (especially the last round) but I suppose that would stand to reason as you wouldn't want it to be loose and easy and have them falling out. Bianchi makes a similar product but they want an extra $2-$3 for their name being on it. I think not. Tuff also makes handy pouches to accompany the strips which is also handy. Stay safe out there friends.

Only complaint I have is that there rounds at both ends are held very, very tightly, and the ones in the middle are a little loose.

I've worked it to try and wear it out, so that I can get the end ones out more easily, but it hasn't worked.

So far it's worked fine though; it's kept a good grip and nothing has fallen out. But under stress the extra grip on some slots will slow me down.

Buy the Bianchi speed strip. I carry revolvers concealed. I have the Bianchi speed strips now but thought I would give Tuff products a try. The Tuff strips are very stiff so manipulating the strip to release cartridges into the cylinder is way more difficult than the Bianchi strip. I will practice with them to see if they loosen but if you need a speed strip to use for your CCW I would not use these to save my life right out the packaging.
The Bianchi's are great right out of the package.

The rubber strips grip and lock in the ammo like a vice. It's very difficult to get the ammo into the slots in the strip but it releases the ammo just fine when put into a revolver, bent and pulled. comes with a nice durable pouch and two strips very lightweight and simple I like these.

Love these strips. I've ordered from this company before...for 38/357, 9mm and now 44 rounds. They're great, easy to load, unload, and comfortable to carry. I hate having to hand load my revolvers with loose cartridges, these strips allow me to carry extra ammo on a hunt without having rounds loose in my pocket. I keep 2 strips in my safe with the firearm always ready to go.

It was a gift. But he likes it

They are standing up well to daily carry. Never had a cartridge work loose.