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Use: verb

A common strategy, usually implemented by insurgents, that is used to decrease the overall reloading time of a weapon. (Generally only applies to rifles)

The process is fairly simple. Using tape, the user of the weapon takes two magazines, (that's the proper word for a "clip", if you didn't know) flips one upside-down, and by some method, (usually tape) attaches them together so the weapon can be reloaded by simply flipping the attached magazines.

Obviously this tactic has its limitations, being that once both magazines are exhausted, new ones must still be obtained.
"Shot-tagging the magazines made reloading almost enjoyable, cutting the reload time by nearly a fifth."

"He shot-tagged his magazines in pairs, hoping that the few seconds he conserved might save his life."

by Felix Black March 23, 2007
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