magazine filler

magazine filler

[¦mag·ə¦zēn ¦fil·ər]
(ordnance)
An item which attaches to the rear top portion of a rifle magazine to retain and position a cartridge clip to facilitate loading.
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Load a magazine like it shows on Page 0008 00-23 in TM 9-1005-319-10: Use the 10-round stripper clip and magazine filler found in each bandoleer to load 30 rounds in the magazine.
With the magazine filler in place, push with your thumb on the rear of the top cartridge until all 10 rounds are below the feed lips.
Or, with the magazine removed, it can be filled by using stripper clips in conjunction with a magazine filler device that slips onto the top rear portion of the magazine.