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10 Gun Myths Debunked

pistol packing mama Wrote: Mar 31, 2013 10:19 AM
HMmm - a clip is a strip of metal that holds rounds together to insert into a gun. A magazine "stores" rounds. That is the way I describe them along with visuals to shooting students. But to this news magazine (can we call it a clip magazine?) and to all in the lame stream media they don't differentiate between clips and magazines. To cover bases they often write "magazine clips!" - thus combining the two terms. Don't you love the uneducated??

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