"Strippers" is a documentary series that takes a look at strip clubs which have doubled over the last 10 years with more and more young British women are turning to lap dancing to try and make a living.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Strippers - Stripper clip - Netflix
A stripper clip (also known as a charger or charger clip, especially in British and in Commonwealth military vocabulary) is a speedloader that holds several cartridges (usually consisting between 5 and 10 rounds) together in a single unit for easier and faster loading of a firearm's magazine.
Strippers - History - Netflix
Stripper/charger clips have been used since 1889, while en bloc clips have been used since roughly the mid-late 1880s. En bloc clips, as used in the M1 Rifle (M1 Garand) as well as the Italian Mannlicher-Carcano are designed to be inserted into the magazine itself, essentially a part of the magazine, while stripper clips are intended to load ammo into the magazine while the magazine is intended to load ammo into the chamber. The M1891 Three Line Rifle (aka the first “Mosin Nagant”) utilized stripper clips, however the design was improved upon later, namely by Mauser. Mauser clips are inherently smoother and eject automatically upon closing the bolt, while Mosin clips require a special technique to get anywhere near the same efficiency but must be manually removed before you can close the bolt, making it inherently slower. Still, it is faster than reloading with single cartridges. Moreover, once some but not all rounds have been fired Mauser clip format guns are as a rule difficult or impossible to top-up to their maximum capacity again with additional cartridges, which is generally easy with stripper-clip loading weapons.
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