loading tray

loading tray

[′lōd·iŋ ‚trā]
(engineering)
A tray with a sliding bottom used to simultaneously load the plastic charge into the cavities of a multicavity mold.
(ordnance)
Trough-shaped carrier on which heavy projectiles are placed so that they can be more easily and safely slipped into the breech of a gun.
Hollowed slide which guides the projectiles into the breech of some types of automatic weapons.
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The only mobile scanner with a flip-top loading tray instead of a slot to feed paper through, the Flip-Pal eliminates the possibility of a paper jam--which is one of the worst kinds of jam, by the way, ranking far behind strawberry jam and Pearl Jam.
If you use a dump pouch or spill pouch where all six rounds fall into the hand at once, try dropping them in the palm of the hand holding the open revolver, which acts as a loading tray, instead of trying to manipulate all six at once in your dominant hand.
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The soft-touch fingertip controls are thin, and the DVD loading tray is designed for smooth operation.
11b support, an SD Memory Card slot, the loading tray for the discs pops up out of the keyboard like something out of "XXX" (the movie with that rock hard Vin Diesel guy) and, possibly more importantly, it has a battery that is claimed to last a whopping five hours and 41 minutes.
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Shown with its action open, the drawing appears to have a similar loading tray to the one about which you inquire.
As its name suggests, the Big Deck is a pickup with a larger loading tray.
The unit also has a dedicated CD loading tray and a $499 suggested price.