box magazine

box magazine

n.
A rectangular container for feeding cartridges into the firing chamber of a submachine gun or light machine gun.
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What really sets the MKA 1919 apart from its more conventional competition, however, is its detachable box magazine.
In the 1875 he received a patent for a detachable box magazine that held cartridges positioned atop one other in a single column.
The safety is mounted on the tang, a convenient location when we're trying to find it in a hurry, and the detachable box magazine makes loading and unloading a snap.
Meanwhile, the first handgun to use a detachable box magazine was the ten-round Jarre harmonica pistol, patented in 1862.
But it uses a box magazine that can be dropped and replaced whereas the Mossberg requires a soldier to load each individual shell into its magazine tube.
45 ACP) Feed system: 30-round detachable box magazine (.
The Bren Gun, as it is usually called, with its distinctive curved box magazine on top, was priced at e1/4342.
Melbourne, Dec 21 (ANI): Former Miss Universe Australia, Rachel Finch, has posed nude for the new issue of Box magazine to aid charity.
The upgraded weapon features a five-round box magazine to make the system easier to load and reload, with the additional option to change out ammunition quickly.
for deer hunters and features a hardwood Monte Carlo stock with cut checkering, Savage's patented adjustable AccuTrigger, a free-floating and button-rifled barrel, blued barreled action and a top loading internal box magazine with a four-round capacity.
His many recorded hits include: "Lily Dale" -- which he first performed with Willie Nelson and was named "Best Duet by Cash Box magazine in 1977.
the rifle is bolt action and sports a 5-round box magazine.