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TK CUSTOM™ specializes in the manufacture of full moon clips and the machining of revolver cylinders to accept the moon clips. S&W is our speciality and by far the most popular, the most versatile revolver for modifications and 9mm caliber conversions. We have many related moon clip accessories for the competition shooter and sportsman. Our products include our complete line of TK Custom moon clips, along with moon clip loading tools, S&W revolver parts/accessories, and other items that may be of interest to revolver shooters.
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What Are Moon Clips
Moon clip or moon clips are a circular piece of spring steel or stainless steel designed to hold a full cylinder of ammunition for a revolver together as a unit. Therefore, instead of loading one round at a time or using a speedloader, with a revolver moon clip, a full cylinder of ammunition can be loaded and the fired cases are all extracted together as a unit. Thus expediting the revolver loading and unloading process. Unlike a speedloader, a moon clip remains in the revolver during firing. TK Custom loading and unloading tools for the moon clips are recommended to assist the shooter with these administrative functions. A moon clip loader greatly speeds up the process of loading your moon clips. TK Custom™ carries a full line of competition products for Smith & Wesson as well as other popular manufacturers. Visit our Products page to purchase moon clips and accessories for your S&W 340, S&W 642, S&W 66, S&W 686 and more!
Moonclips are faster to use than a speedloader. Jerry Miculek, the world's best and fastest revolver shooter, has demonstrated the ability to fire six shots from a S&W Model 625 revolver in .45 ACP, reload, and fire six more shots into the 6x11-inch center scoring zone of an IPSC target at fifteen feet in under three seconds, including reaction time to the start signal. This feat was possible by using Moonclips to allow quick and reliable ejection of the fired rounds, and a quick reload of all six chambers at once.