1. A container, which holds ammunition. Unlike a clip, they can be freely removed from the weapon, without ejecting the clip altogether, if such a procedure is able to be executed at all.
Often times, they are confused with "clips." A "clip" is an exposed container of ammunition, always in the form of a stripper clip for rifles and semi-automatic handguns, or a speed-loading clip for revolvers. Saying "clip," rather than "magazine," instantly qualifies you as an ignoramous. Don't do it.
2. A soft, paper booklet, which is sized in standard paper, commonly. Most magazines concern the mundane, such as homes, cars, jewelry, or celebrities. If you read the latter, you are a doucher who is to be exterminated, via firing squad.
1. Call it a clip again, you son of a bitch, and I'll bash your fucking head in with this here magazine, until the trauma has rendered you in a comatose, if not dead, and the rounds have all discharged into your ear, or are on the ground.
2. Playboy and Penthouse are such splendid magazines, though I too like PCGamer US.
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