Model 686 Plus is a magnum firing revolver from S&W. Revolvers are often the 2nd choice of weapon among hunters. As they pack quite a bit of punch and highly accurate in short range. But often you need to fire and entire chamber worth of bullets or maybe even more.
Reloading 1 by 1 bullet is a pain to say the least. To solve that issues, designers came up with speedloader. In this article, I’m going to show you guys some of the best speedloader for 686 Plus. Seat down, take a sip of your drink and enjoy.
Best 686 Plus Speedloader – [Editor’s Pick]
1. Speed Beez 7 Shot 38/357 Speed Loader
This inexpensive 7 shot speed loader from Speed Beez is one of the most recommended speedloaders for Smith & Wesson revolvers. Capable of holding 38/357 magnum calibers, this one is a must have item to every revolver owner.
Made out of rugged and durable CNC machining, it’s quite flawless after thousands of reloads. Just by a simple press on the spring tension button, you can eject all of the bullets from the loader to directly on to the chamber of the gun.
Saving you a ton of time and effort. Loading the bullets from the tray to the loader is simple and quick as well. All in all, it’s one of the best speedloaders for S&W 686 Plus.
Where is this made in?
It’s made in the USA.
Will the spring fail after a couple of use?
No, it won’t.
Is it a twist knob or push button?
It’s a push button design.
2. 587-A Speed Loader for 686 Magnum Plus
Is one not enough for you? Ha-ha! I can understand your pain. If you are a quick shooter and burn through clips like nothing, then just one speedloader isn’t enough for you. That’s why this is a pair of speedloaders that will speed up the loading process even further.
Besides including two of the speedloaders in the package, you will also find a holster with two pockets for the loaders. One pocket for one loader. What a nice gesture from the company. One thing for sure, this speed loader will surprise you, a good surprise.
This HKS speedloader is made out of nylon. That’s right, it’s not aluminum or brass. It’s solid nylon that you see in pistol grips and other handgun related materials. Don’t worry, it’s really well-built and it will last you for a good while.
Will this work on a 6 shot 357 magnums?
Yes, this should work flawlessly with that gun.
Will 22LR fit in this?
No, 22LR is too small. It won’t fit on this.
Will this work with 686 plus?
3. HKS 32-J Revolver Speedloader
Are you looking for a cheap speedloader that will fit in your existing holster and is extremely lightweight? Well, HKS got just the right product for you. It fits in medium sized speedloader cases. As the name suggests, it supports .32 H&R mag.
The speed loader is made out of black polymer. Yes, the same type of polymer you see in pistols and pistol grips. It’s durable, lightweight and is supported by metal bars that keeps this on position. The working mechanism of this is twisted knob.
Instead of using spring loaded push button, HKS went for the most well-known twisted knob method. It uses a CNC aluminum made twisted knob. The polymer and aluminum works in a harmony surprisingly. Really nice to see.
Where is this made in?
It’s made in the USA.
How many bullets does it hold?
It holds 6 bullets at a time.
Will this work on a model 686 plus?
Yes, it will work on that gun.
Things To Keep in Mind Before Buying
Speedloaders are quite fun and all, but choosing the right one can be a bit of a hassle. After all, there are tons of them available in the market. I presented some of the best for 686 plus on the market.
But the end decision will depend on you entirely. If you have the budget of grabbing a machined aluminum one, by all means, you should. But if you want to spend as little as possible but still want to get good ones, you can do that as well.
Well, there you go. Those are the best speedloader for 686 Plus. Besides 686 plus, they will also support tons of other magnum revolvers.
Make sure to take the one that you think will fit your shooting style the most and believe is worth the price-tag. In my opinion, all of them are worth the price-tag, that’s why I mentioned them.
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