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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AN AMMUNITION BOX is a container designed for safe storage and convenient transport.
8 lens - for an entire year, Rob placed it inside an ammunition box with an acrylic bubble in the side for the lens to look through.
7 mm barrel, 10 MM mortar, one 40 mm rockets, ammunition box one, 195 HMG rounds, 232 SMG rounds, 80 MM 12.
From the starting point to the end the soldiers were required to pass through 11 different obstacles including a zig zag run, jumping a 9 meter ditch, causality lifting to a safe place, crawling through a 20 inch high barred den, carrying an ammunition box, grabbing the weapon, lobbing a grenade to clear the area before firing five shots at the target.
Police cordoned off the quay while the shell was sealed in an ammunition box and covered with sandbags.
He'd cut his hand on the corner of an ammunition box and it bled all over the floor as he tried to staunch the flow.
Two hundred rounds in a commemorative wooden ammunition box seemed fitting.
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.
One had been passing an ammunition box to the other, and they were both killed, just like that.
Under a piece of rotted canvas, an old sink covered an even older pail and surplus army ammunition box.