ammunition box

ammunition box

[‚am·yə′ni·shən ‚bäks]
(ordnance)
A box in which linked ammunition is folded and from which it can be fed into a machine gun.
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Tenders are invited for Tender For Ammunition Box For Cartridge Belts With 7.
5 mm machine gun, Rafael having developed it both for right- and left-feeds, by putting the ammunition box in the lower part of the station.
Spokis' blood was on an ammunition box police recovered from James Rutherford's car after his July 13, 2011, arrest, a jury was told Tuesday.
GREAT WAR He was sent to Litherland, and afterwards to Fazakerley Hospital, as an ammunition box fell on his foot.
I was shot through my ammunition box pouches on my chest and spun like a top.
One had been passing an ammunition box to the other, and they were both killed, just like that.
A South Sudanese government soldier carries an ammunition box from storage at the airport in Bor, Jonglei State, on Sunday, Jan.
Also Wednesday, Construction workers in the southern Marjayoun town discovered an Israeli ammunition box, a security source told The Daily Star.
After all, all of these grenades were found in the same training ammunition box.
A built-in hidden ammunition box meets stringent regulations because it is bolted into the base if the case; and its contents can be secured with a standard-sized padlock.
The officer came and because it was in an ammunition box he said he was sorely tempted to order an evacuation.
That one over there," Chew said, pointing toward a larger canvas tarp that had been spread tightly over the truck's ammunition box, the words "U.