They're magazines in both instances. The misnomer "clip", and the idea that it's called a "clip" for a pistol likely stems from the Mauser C/96... one of the first commercially available semi-auto pistols. It had a fixed internal box magazine, and was loaded by stripper clips of ammo from the top.
It's a magazine in both instances... not a clip in either.
A "clip" (or charger) is a cheap, disposible piece of sheet metal that holds cartridges to be loaded into a magizine. The magizine is tha ammunation reservour.
The first "clip" was developed by Fredrick Von Mannlicer of Austria, in 1885. It was an "enbloc" design, where the clip and ammo used were loaded into the weapon and the clip expelled when the last round in the clip was chambered.
Mauser liked the improvment in speed, but did not like the open hole needed to expell it empty clip.
Mauser then developed the "Charger" system, where the magizine is completly enclosed in the stock and it is "charged" by placing a clip of ammo in the notches and pushing (stripping) the rounds into the rifle.
Magazines, you mean? You can find them and chargers (actual clips) at several websites, including e-gunparts.com, ammoclip.com, gunbroker.com, auctionarms.com, gunsamerica.com, and even Ebay.
Colyer Clips were manufactured by new Hope Sport Speciality from 1966 until-?. The after-market extended capacity magazines were for most of the popular hunting rifles and calibers. I have no idea when they ceased operations.
if we're talking pistols, then yes. This is completely normal and how your pistol is designed to operate. p.s. assault rifles have clips. Pistols have magazines.
Magazines and the very few firearms that use clips are used to hold ammunition.
Not enough demand.
No, they are not. However, magazines compatible with both rifles have been manufactured.
Remington makes multiple rifles with detachable clips. The 742 and 760 both have detachable magazines. The Remington model 700 can be readily altered to a detachable magazine, parts are sold in Cabela's, and other suppliers.
contact: edssportshop.com he usually has good selection of clips
Where do they dale Haskell js 45 clips
Cabela's has them.