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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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For starters, a minimum of three guns per shooter, along with holsters and cartridge belts.
One worker, a 20-year-old woman inspecting cartridge belts the day after the bombing, described it as "happy but sad days, where everybody seemed to help each other".
In a video sold in Baghdad's bazaars, a group of women draped in cartridge belts and clutching pistols and rifles explain why they have taken up arms against the US in Iraq.
Draped with cartridge belts and wearing a red shirt and black beret, he resembles a South American revolutionary as he releases a burst of machine-gun fire and the American paratroops activate their grenade launchers.
Several of my rifle and pistol cartridge belts have had these sheaths attached as permanent fixtures, and believe me, they have each stood the test of time--and hard usage--under all types of weather, wet and dry, from the extreme desert heat of the Southwest to the sub-freezing climate of the Northern Rockies.
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As any bulletomane knows, the distraught ex-student was draped with cartridge belts, one of which is "a belt of leather or webbing with loops for carrying cartridges or pockets for clips of cartridges.
It contains hundreds of full-color photos of vintage (and modern reproduction) holsters, cartridge belts and rifle scabbards.
For more than 50 years I have been shooting sixguns and have accumulated a pretty good collection of cartridge belts.
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.