U.S. Marine Corps Dictionary


1. A clip near the muzzle of most military rifles allowing for the stacking of weapons when in a garrison setting. 2. Often a euphemism for the neck. A drill instructor might, for instance, threaten to grab a recruit by the stacking swivel if he or she were particularly upset with the recruit.

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