Butler Creek introduces new electronic mag loaders

05/2/18 12:00 PM | by

The ASAP Electronic Magazine Loader automatically loads loose rounds into magazines. (Photo: Butler Creek)

Butler Creek will debut its latest magazine loader, the ASAP Electronic Magazine Loader, at the upcoming NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas, the company announced Monday.

The ASAP Electronic Magazine Loader automatically orientates loose ammunition, loading into magazines. The hopper can accept up to 60-rounds at a time with users selecting the desired round count and then pressing a button to fill the inserted magazine.

Butler Creek says this “one of a kind” product is the first of its kind on the market and was designed with serious competitors and training facilities in mind.

“The new Butler Creek Electronic Magazine Loader is on the cutting edge,” William Hemeyer, Butler Creek Senior Product Manager, said in a press release. “The new Electronic Magazine Loader represents our commitment to exceeding the expectations of accessory products used for magazine loading. For those looking for a fast and easy way to load rounds, the Butler Creek Electronic Magazine Loader is the perfect choice.”

The company already offers several manual style magazine loaders but this marks the first electric loader to grace its catalogue.

No word yet on exactly when the ASAP Electronic Magazine Loader will officially make its way to consumers or at what price point.

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