MidwayUSA Now Offering Thunder Struck AR-15 and AK-47 Speed Loaders

Thunder Struck AR-15 Speed Loader Magazine Loader Polymer Black
Thunder Struck AR-15 Speed Loader Magazine Loader Polymer Black

Columbia, MO -(AmmoLand.com)- MidwayUSA is pleased to announce Thunder Struck Speed Loaders as one of the newest additions to their Shooting Gear product offering.

The tedious task of manually loading AR-15 and AK-47 magazines is a thing of the past. CNC machined from high impact polymer, the rugged Thunder Struck Speed Loader makes reloading easy and saves precious time at the range. Thunder Struck Speed Loaders have been tested with the Pmag, HexMag, Troy, Sig Arms and Lancer magazines, they also work well with standard metal mil spec magazines. They’re simple to use, are sure to handle the abuse of being dragged back and forth from the range and come with a lifetime guarantee.

“We’re very excited about our new partnership with Thunder Struck Loaders,” said Brett Patton, MidwayUSA Product Line Manager – Shooting and Self Defense. “When it comes to ease of use and value, they’ve hit the mark with their AR and AK loaders. Not to mention that both loaders come with a lifetime warranty. We look forward to more exciting products to come with Thunder Struck.”

Thunder Struck AK-47 Speed Loader Magazine Loader Polymer Black
Thunder Struck AK-47 Speed Loader Magazine Loader Polymer Black

Thunder Struck AR-15 and AK-47 bench top speed loaders are welcomed additions to the continued growth of the Shooting Gear offering at MidwayUSA which now features nearly 4,500 products from 290 Suppliers.

“We’re proud to distribute our American made speed loaders through MidwayUSA, and look forward to continuing our quest to relieve thumbs all over the country from the pain of loading AR and AK magazines,” said Andrew McClary, Chief Zombie Hunter at Thunder Struck Loaders. “As avid shooters, we started Thunder Struck with the crazy idea that quality products could still be made right here in America, by Americans. Our AR and AK loaders are just the first in a line of shooting accessories we look forward to distributing through our new partner, MidwayUSA.”

For more information on Thunder Struck Speed Loaders, visit http://bit.ly/1T8ZGfD.

About MidwayUSA:

Both country kids from Missouri, Larry and Brenda Potterfield turned their passion for shooting sports into a career by opening a small gun shop in 1977 that would eventually become MidwayUSA (http://www.midwayusa.com). They instilled family values like honesty, integrity and respect for others into the business, and strive to maintain this culture with each Employee added to their growing team. For over 38 years, MidwayUSA has maintained an unyielding focus on Customer Satisfaction and continues to offer JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING for Shooting, Hunting and the Outdoors.

For more information on MidwayUSA, visit their website (http://www.midwayusa.com), find them on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/OfficialMidwayUSA), or follow them on Twitter (http://twitter.com/midwayusa).

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Why spend that much money when the Uplua mag loaders work quite well for less then $45.00 ????
This is a nice idea but cost is too high


I remember when it was made from wood. Like about 6 months ago.


there are videos on youtube on how to make these exact same design loaders. The inventors should have patented their inventions. Now midway takes their idea and makes millions.

C. Kane

If you had arthritis in both hands you would consider it.

2War Abn Vet

Unless I was loading for an entire platoon, I’ wouldn’t consider these prices to be a good value.

Wild Bill

Yeah, just another gizmo. Attach the adapter to the box magazine. Insert the stripper clip into the adopter. Instead of pushing the cartridges down into the box magazine, which gets hard on your thumb after a few loadings. Turn the whole thing upside down. Rest the first cartridge in the stripper clip on something hard, like a 2×4, and push the box magazine down onto the cartridges. Throw away the stripper clip. Hang onto the adapter. Takes more time to write about than do.


Or use something like the VZ-24/26 clip holder on the foregrip. Place strip on grip, slide magazine over clip. As long as you have your weapon, you will have your magazine loader.


Nice product but at $100/$140 a little pricey for me.