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1. (WO2013122541) AMMUNITION LINKING AND DELINKING MECHANISM
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CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

1. A coupling device for linking and delinking rounds/cartridges on an ammunition belt formed by. a chain of shaped link, each carrying one round/cartridge, wherein each shaped link having a keyhole slot and a connector, the coupling device comprising:

a pair of round holders abutting to each other along a longitudinal side thereof, the two round holders are slidable against each other along the longitudinal side, the round holders are adapted with a recess for holding one round each and a channel across the two round holders for receiving the connector and the keyhole slot, wherein operationally, when the two round holders are slid to disconnect the connector from the keyhole slot to delink the round.

2. The coupling device according to claim 1, wherein the round holders further comprises a guide for coupling the round holders, wherein the guide are adapted to allow the round holders to be slidable against each other.

3. The coupling device according to claim 2, wherein the guide is in a form of dovetail along the longitudinal side.

4. The coupling device according to claim 2, wherein the guide is in a form of groove and tongue joint along the longitudinal side.

5. The coupling device according to claim 1, wherein each round holder further comprises a holder bar extended sideway for operationally actuating the two round holders to slide.

6. The coupling device according to claim 5, further comprises a squeezer bar pivoted to the two holder bars at two respective pivot points, the squeezer bar having two handles at the two ends disposed alongside with the two holder bars, wherein squeezing the squeezer bar against the corresponding handle provides a class-two lever to slide the holder.

7. The coupling device according to claim 1, wherein one handle of the squeezer bar is tilted from the corresponding handle.

8. The coupling device according to claim 1, wherein the handles are telescopic handles.