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.
"Cycle-makers devoted their activities to fuses and shells; worldfamous pen-makers adapted their machines to the manufacture of cartridge clips; and railway carriage companies launched out with artillery wagons, limbers, tanks and aeroplanes, and the chemical works devoted their energies to the production of deadly TNT.
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.
Today, Ranch Products is the premier maker of specialty cartridge clips and related (and some unrelated) gun goodies.