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Discussion in 'General Hi-Point Discussion' started by spazelord, Aug 18, 2014.
Hey guys I was just wondering if the .45 acp carbine 4595ts has the same clip as a .45 acp 1911?
No it does not
Actually I think they will work in the carbines but you have to mod it
none of the fire arms you listed take clips. Having said that a 1911 magazine WILL work but you do need to mod it and I do not think they will work in a 1911 after the mod.
What's this 'clip' you're talking about?
What does it 'clip' too?
Look at some of the literature on the 1911 when it first came out and you will find frequent use of the word clip. A magazine was a place you stored powder. Clip was still commonly used just a few decades ago. I understand the modern usage, but can easily see how a newcomer, and I'm guessing that spazelord is based on his post count, could be confused. Educate, don't condemn.
What's your point?
Everybody RUN! Here come the "Clip Cops!"
When I point my gun am I aiming? Or when I am aiming I am pointing?Their sort of close....right?? Please??
If I say " that bead in the end of yer gun, fit it in the rear sight" but the gun doesn't have a bead but a blade, will you know what to do? AAHHGGG!
Gotta go sit an hold my head.
Maybe I'll read a magazine and clip my toenails.
NOW I've said it! The word!
There, fixed that for you.....
Its not a clip its a MAGAZINE.....
It's taken me a while to "convert" from clip to mag, but I still slip up. When I was growing up, 60's-70', everyone I knew called them clips.
I could give a rat's ass what they're called.... We all know what's meant. Just as long as you're not one of those ignorant bastards that insists on calling my state Missoura....... Then I need to smack you upside your' head.
Okay, we'll just keep calling it Misery.
What cracks me up is the people that when you tell them you are from Idaho, they say, "oh, isn't that in Iowa?"
I thought it was enema
You mean it wasn't named after a hooker named Ida?
That's the difference from 'civilian' and 'military'...
Proper nomenclature and its use so that everybody is on the same page.
I knew that clip=magazine, I never thought they were different, and I never thought to ask why we called them clips instead of magazines, they were synonymous.
Try that while in the Military and you'll be doing Jumping Jacks FOREVER!
'Military' and 'Civilian' are NOT synonymous terms.
Same thing with 'nomenclatures'.
Jumping jacks? I'd be in bed for a week if I tried that!
It's not? (Ducks quickly)