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    Nominations for best accessory.

    What is your best accessory. Can be cheap or expensive, but which item that you've bought do you think has been most useful to enjoying whichever shooting sport you do, and which gives the best bang for the buck.

    My nomination is the UPLula Universal Pistol Loader. $30-$40, and I ALWAYS keep it in my range bag. If you shoot semiauto handguns, treat yourself to one of these.
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    BAD lever (battery assist device) for AR platforms

    makes locking and releasing bolt a breeze, and is inexpensive and easy to install

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    Without doubt my RCBS Chargemaster. Saved me hours of time reloading. Second place would be my Uplula mag loader. As MadKaw says, if you shoot semi-auto you need one of these.
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    Several months ago Olfarhors explained that he has employed his own personal gun bearer (his actual name escapes me right now but for the sake of this discussion let's just call him Jeeves). Jeeves chauffeurs Olfarhors to range, totes the range bag(s) to the chosen site, hands Olfarhors the firearm of his choosing along with an uninterrupted flow of fully loaded magazines. Jeeves also changes targets when requested and on canicular days even dabs the perspiration from Olfarhors' brow. And somehow amidst all this activity, Jeeves will prepare and serve a luncheon worthy of a Michelin 3-Star rating to Olfarhors and any guests he may be entertaining. Upon completion of the day's activities Jeeves carefully packs everything and brings the car around (of course its interior has been either heated or cooled to Olfarhors liking). Upon arriving home Jeeves will meticulously clean all the firearms and magazines used that day. On chilly days he will even start a fire in the fireplace and serve the gathered an exquisite tawny port. That's what I would call a "best accessory." I can only dream!

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    Quote Originally Posted by confused View Post
    Several months ago Olfarhors explained that he has employed his own personal gun bearer (his actual name escapes me right now but for the sake of this discussion let's just call him Jeeves). Jeeves chauffeurs Olfarhors to range, totes the range bag(s) to the chosen site, hands Olfarhors the firearm of his choosing along with an uninterrupted flow of fully loaded magazines. Jeeves also changes targets when requested and on canicular days even dabs the perspiration from Olfarhors' brow. And somehow amidst all this activity, Jeeves will prepare and serve a luncheon worthy of a Michelin 3-Star rating to Olfarhors and any guests he may be entertaining. Upon completion of the day's activities Jeeves carefully packs everything and brings the car around (of course its interior has been either heated or cooled to Olfarhors liking). Upon arriving home Jeeves will meticulously clean all the firearms and magazines used that day. On chilly days he will even start a fire in the fireplace and serve the gathered an exquisite tawny port. That's what I would call a "best accessory." I can only dream!
    I asked Mrs IowaShooter if she'd be willing to serve as such accessory... I'm currently sleeping here on couch.
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    Large capacity magazines.

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    Not exactly a firearm accessory, but my ultrasonic cleaners sure have made handgun cleaning far more pleasant.
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    I have to agree that the UPLula is a great product and mine gets plenty of use.

    Right now I think my new Holosun HE503CR-GR is my favorite accessory.
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    For firearms in general, the bore snake has to be way up there on the list.

    For 700 series pistols, Pearce grip extenders that replace the factory magazine baseplate. Gives you a much better hold on the 740 and TCP, enhancing reliability and the speed of follow up shots. Especially on that 740.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaShooter View Post
    I asked Mrs IowaShooter if she'd be willing to serve as such accessory... I'm currently sleeping here on couch.
    My first thought when I saw the title, was my drop-dead gorgeous wife. I never thought of her as a gun bearer, but then she's had to bear more than 30 years with me, so she's bear'd enough!
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