cartridge magazine

cartridge magazine

[′kär·trij ‚mag·ə‚zēn]
(ordnance)
A metallic spring-loaded container of rectangular cross section designed to hold cartridges and to be inserted into the magazine well of a pistol, rifle, or machine gun; it is an integral part of a gun, capable of being removed from the magazine well, reloaded, and reused.
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The Scorpion 240 autoloader offers up to 240Gb of compressed capacity while the cartridge magazine holds six DDS-4 40Gb cartridges.
A long dummy magazine fits in a cavity atop the receiver and merely mimics the look of the cartridge magazine used in many of the early military Gatlings.
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A Kalashnikov gun, five cartridge magazines and a hand grenade were discovered in a cave located in the mountains of Beni Guedech (Governorate of Medenine).
The .177 caliber 2001 features a novel helical magazine designed in collaboration with Calico, the firearms maker famous for their helical cartridge magazines. The Daisy 2001 is undoubtedly destined to become a big seller, given its revolutionary pellet-feeding system and sleek, full-sized molded stock.
The cupboard contains the gun cases, cartridge magazines and cartridge bags.