cartridge receiver

cartridge receiver

[′kär·trij ri′sē·vər]
(ordnance)
An item integral to a carbine, rifle, or shotgun, designed to take the charge from a cartridge magazine or clip or a single cartridge or shell and hold it until chambered.
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2] The cartridge receiver assembly has two guide ways that allow the cartridge to slide in and out horizontally.
The fastener injector assembly consists of the cartridge receiver assembly, grabber assembly, injector axis, and fastener reject bin.
The TCM offers three new components that contribute to the groundbreaking reliability and performance of the Super DLTtape drive - a base plate, cartridge receiver and buckling mechanism.