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CLIPS is a public domain software tool for building expert systems. The name is an acronym for "C Language Integrated Production System." The syntax and name were inspired by Charles Forgy's OPS5. The first versions of CLIPS were developed starting in 1985 at NASA-Johnson Space Center (as an alternative for existing system ART*Inference) until the mid-1990s when the development group's responsibilities ceased to focus on expert system technology. The original name of the project was "NASA's AI Language" (NAIL).
CLIPS was probably the most widely used expert system tool as of 2005. CLIPS itself is written in C, extensions can be written in C, and CLIPS can be called from C. Its syntax resembles that of the programming language Lisp.CLIPS incorporates a complete object-oriented language for writing expert systems. COOL combines the programming paradigms of procedural, object oriented and logical (theorem proving) languages.
I just picked up my first moist nugget and am now in the market for some stripper clips to go with it. Unfortunately the market of available clips seems to be flooded with cheap trash.
I'm looking to buy clips that are likely to actually work. That likely means manufactured in former soviet...
I'm always on the hunt for more stripper clips for my SKS rifles and my vz. 58, and finding good ones has always been hit or miss for me, so I thought I'd post this to get opinions on which brand/manufacturer makes the "best" stripper clips.
I've tried a few different brands of (new) Chinese...
I have 455 rounds of 7.62x51, 147gr ball on M1A stripper clips, 33 additional stripper clips and a ammo box for $250.00
UPDATE: I will also sell them per stripper clip (10 rounds) for $6 each.
I think most of it is Prvi Partizan and PMC.
Not interested in trades, need the money. Please see...
Sold my SKS and now its time for this stuff to move on...
900 rounds, WPA 124gr FMJ
800 of which are in SKS stripper clips
900 rounds of 7.62x39
80 SKS Stripper Clips
1 .50cal ammo can, plastic
Might consider trades for Garand-Safe 30-06 ammo (PPU or HXP)
Located in Vancouver...
I’m almost through a large case of Greek HXP and I’ve kept all the Enbloc clips. The Greek Ammo is accurate, but the Greek Enblocs are less than ideal. They are tight, difficult to load in the magazine, and jam about 50% of the time. Is there anything I can do with these clips to save and reuse...
Selling my Chinese made SKS along with 70 rounds of ammo, 28 stripper clips, and magazine adapter. She is in very good shape and has matching serial numbers. Bayonet is included.along with the optics.
Asking $400 buyer pays fees
Let me know if you have any...
This is what I have:
2x Ammo Cans with 420 rounds each of Federal 556 55gr FMJ Ball (XM193) on Stripper Clips (with loading tools) = Total of 840 rounds.
2x (sealed) Mini Ammo Cans 120 rounds each of Federal American Eagle 556 62gr FMJ (XM855) = Total of 240 rounds.
I got a bunch of these left I dont need.
They are new, unissued US surplus
40mm grenade pouches, two pockets each..
Fits 40mm grenades of course, fits 37mm too if youre into that stuff... can also hold a Garand clip too.
$15 for all.
MAGAZINES! 1911, Glock 21, Glock 30, Sig P227...
Want to buy- sks clips and mosin nagant clips. The mosin clips I am looking for are the ones with the straight edges. Sks clips I want any that work (aka aren't the garbage ones you find on amazon, unless you happened to get some that work).