clip-fed

clip-fed

 (klĭp′fĕd′)
adj.
Automatically loaded from a cartridge clip. Used of a firearm.

clip-fed

adj
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) (of an automatic firearm) loaded from a cartridge clip

clip′-fed`



adj.
(of a rifle) loading from a cartridge clip into the magazine.
(clip2 + fed]
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It works on flywheel-based motor, has a semi-automatic clip-fed blaster and is powered by four AA batteries.
Imagine fielding a light machine gun with a Bren-type feed system in 1885, or a semi-automatic, clip-fed rifle in 1893 utilizing the "hesitation lock" later to reappear as the "Blish lock" in the Thompson submachine gun, or a gas-operated, semi-automatic rifle in 1895, incorporating many of the fundamental mechanical features of the later Garand.
06 The Nerf Vortex Nitron Blaster is the first fully automatic, clip-fed disc blaster, taking Nerf blasters to the next level.
Lewis Lead Remover has been endorsed by many of the nation's top shooters, cleaning lead buildup from the forcing cone, cylinder and barrel of revolvers and the chamber and barrel of clip-fed pistols.
22 Magnum, the Model 25MNC, is a clip-fed bolt action with a hardwood stock in Mossy Oak Break-up.
22 LR clip-fed takedown pump rifle and, in addition to my regular chores, I was presented with the job of keeping down the groundhog, fox and crow populations.
30, M1, is a gas-operated, clip-fed, air-cooled, semi-automatic, shoulder weapon.
The result was a bolt action of extremely smooth operation, albeit slower on the reload than stripper clip-fed Mausers of contemporary vintage.
As you know, except for being clip-fed rather than fed through a tube, the Model 77 was a ringer internally for the Model 66.
It is a clip-fed repeater, 4 1/4 pounds, and is supplied without sights on its 14 1/2 inch barrel.