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bandoleer

[¦ban·də¦līr]
(ordnance)
A closed loop of fabric, provided with pockets designed to accommodate small-arms ammunition; used by the individual soldier for carrying ammunition, by suspending one or more bandoleers over the shoulders.
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Her legs are taped with another bandoleer of tools.
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Keep the speedloader that comes with the bandoleer.
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President Craig Awan calls the device Scent-O-Leer because a hunter wears it across his chest like a bandoleer, and it was designed for carrying bottled scents.
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He also wears dramatic hair bows and has a bandoleer bag across his shoulder.
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Once, Bob put a set of whips and chains and a leather bandoleer behind the door that was supposed to lead to their bedroom .
These tabs fasten at the point where the bandoleer is tied to the bow case.