cartridge belt


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cartridge belt

[′kär·trij ‚belt]
(ordnance)
An ammunition belt with loops or pockets for carrying cartridges or clips of cartridges.
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In a world of black plastic guns and holsters with nuts, bolts and gears, the smell of real leather and the look of a high-quality cartridge belt and a matching Mexican Loop holster will draw your customer's attention.
Two extra magazines are certainly much easier to carry than a cartridge belt full of rounds.
A very popular rig for women who carry two handguns is a cartridge belt sporting two holsters - one gun carried strong side with the butt of the gun to the rear with the other gun carried cross-draw style on the weak side.
John Wayne started in B Westerns and it was not until he started making higher-quality Westerns such as Tall In The Saddle and Angel And The Badman did he switch from the typical Hollywood Buscadero rig to a more practical outfit consisting of a holster slid over a cartridge belt.
Only 100 are available: they include brand new GI barrels, and can be had in a package including two steel stripper clips, a brass stripper clip, WWII type leather sling and a Springfield repro cartridge belt.
22 rifle with 377 bullets in the car, two loaded magazines in the glove compartment, and a cartridge belt containing 35 rounds of 12 bore ammunition.
22 rifle with 377 bullets, two loaded magazines and a cartridge belt with 35 rounds of 12-bore ammo.
I dropped my cartridge belt into the wet sand and shotgun cartridges, when damp or wet, swell and the case can split, which is dangerous.
Officials of the 10th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters said the remains, which were of a male, were recovered from the seabed, adding the coast guard also seized a gun, cartridges, a cartridge belt and a magazine near the wreckage of the ship.