cartridge clip


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cartridge clip

[′kär·trij ‚klip]
(ordnance)
A metallic device used to hold cartridges for ease of loading into a rifle or a revolver. Also known as clip.
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The cartridge clips are easy to use, and work just as they should.
Every week it was contracted to manufacturer 25,000,000 rifle cartridges; 300,000 revolver cartridges; 500,000 cartridge clips, 110,000 18-pounder brass cases and 300 tons of cordite.
week was contracted to manufacturer ifle 300,000 cartridges, cartridge clips 300 tons of cordite ' "All these things, except the cordite, were manufactured in Birmingham.
Today, Ranch Products is the premier maker of specialty cartridge clips and related (and some unrelated) gun goodies.