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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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I added a piece of steel on the inside between the openings in the receiver for the cartridge belt.
The Browning 1919A4 features brackets or protrusions around the lower portion of the openings for the cartridge belt.
In the authentic 19th century style, El Paso offers cartridge belts of single-weight leather, fully lined or in a very comfortable folded-over cartridge and money belt style.
In a video sold in Baghdad's souks, a group of women draped in cartridge belts and clutching pistols and rifles explained why they had taken up arms against the US military in Iraq.
Mexican loop holsters and wide cartridge belts were no problem on horseback, but were a definite problem seated in an automobile.
A look at the Wild Rose catalog shows that they have been good students with many truly authentic frontier designs as well as chaps and cartridge belts.
I've also come to realize that they seem to be in cahoots with the leather manufacturers as all of my older cartridge belts have shrunk.
When it comes to cartridge belts, I prefer the folded over money-belt style made of soft leather that conforms to your body shape.
Other Old West items include a variety of cartridge belts, rifle scabbards, pommel bags, saddle pockets, spur straps and wrist cuffs.
Accessories included special carrying cases and cartridge belts.
Shiloh also offers a complete line of hunting and competition sights, custom cases, paper patching kits for assembling paper patched bullets, cross sticks, even bullet molds and cartridge belts.
His authentic canvas and leather cartridge belts are what people buy if they want the best.