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Stripper clips I think are pretty rare these days and were used primarily with older style military weapons.

Oh oh...again. My turn...

My son bought an AR15 variant several years ago, and since he can not shoot in his backyard, he brought it out here for a bit of testing.

He'd purchased an old-style, metal, ammo-case (brand new case mind you) that had ALL 900 rounds in, five or ten round strips, that he could quickly "strip" into his magazines for faster loading and not have to load individual rounds one at a time. So, I believe there are companies out there still offering stripper clips. Providing of course that's what you were talking about.

Bill
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