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who uses stripper clips?

Discussion in 'The Pre-Ban Forum' started by corpis66, Mar 28, 2006.

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who uses stripper clips?

  1. Yes

    61 vote(s)
    77.2%
  2. No

    18 vote(s)
    22.8%
  1. anfoman76

    anfoman76 New Member

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    Nice collection of old Iron Angel. I'm happy to say the newest addition to my rifle family arrived today ....A Husquvarna Sporty m96 in 6.5 x 55 :DI can't wait to finish it properley:D
  2. RMT

    RMT New Member

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    I use them with my AR15's.
  3. happyhunter42

    happyhunter42 New Member

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    Use them for the sks and my m-91/30. I've got 25 for the sks but only 3 for the mosin.
  4. RONSERESURPLUS

    RONSERESURPLUS New Member

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    Hello all

    Ron L here = SERESURPLUS


    I've been reading the responces to this post and thought I'd add my .02! Yes, I like and use stripper clips! While I have used them on Most Bolt action designs such as th the Mauser, I find them a great way to keep and store ammunition for my semi-auto designs like the ar and ak and sks! I like how handly that load, how easliy they store in pouches or in amo can and they are always a value and I never find enough of them! I know many don't use them, but I see that as thier loss? This a cheap, easly found, works great item, why would one NOT USE THE< Thats the better question?
  5. TranterUK

    TranterUK Guest

    Yes Polish the stripper clips for No.4s work really well, quick and easy.

    If it helps I was taught how to use them as a young cadet in 19 something, and where some go wrong is not looping the four fingers under the gun. With the thumb on top. try it. :)
  6. USMC-03

    USMC-03 New Member

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    So...

    The other evening I was going through some of my shooting gear and realized that I didn't have as many stripper clips for my M1903's as I'd like. Of course my next stop is Google to see how many on-line purveyors of firearms related paraphernalia carry stripper clips and how much they might be. I found that clips for 5.56 and 7.62x39 are quite common but not nearly so for 7.62N/.30 Cal.

    I was becoming a bit discouraged and then a ray of hope... A web site that specializes in selling stripper clips. Fantastic! They should have exactly what I need. Then I saw the disclaimer about adult content and stopped dead in my tracks before I double-clicked on the link.

    Hope quickly and decisively squashed...
  7. Humpy

    Humpy New Member

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    I've used them for 35 years in high power competition and for plinking prior to that. Just picked up about 30 more. I am still working on the first five commerical stainless ones I bought at Perry in 73. Good ones done wear out.

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