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Posted: 10/4/2012 11:27:42 AM EDT
I used this termn today with a friend who had no idea what it ment.
are you familiar with the term?
Yes/no
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:28:19 AM EDT
IBTP


And yes.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:32:21 AM EDT
Do you mean stacking swivel?

This thing:  



Used for this:



If so then yes I know what it is.  
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:35:25 AM EDT
I think Im more familiar with it than you are.

"stacking swivel"
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:36:43 AM EDT
Quoted:
I think Im more familiar with it than you are.

"stacking swivel"


This. If you asked me if I knew what a Stacking Swivel was I would say yes, but a Stack and Swivel??  Nope.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:38:16 AM EDT
Quoted:
Quoted:
I think Im more familiar with it than you are.

"stacking swivel"


This. If you asked me if I knew what a Stacking Swivel was I would say yes, but a Stack and Swivel??  Nope.


Reminds me of the old rangemaster out at the public range who would refer to the "Lansing grooves" inside a rifle barrel.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:38:19 AM EDT
Quoted:
Quoted:
I think Im more familiar with it than you are.

"stacking swivel"


This. If you asked me if I knew what a Stacking Swivel was I would say yes, but a Stack and Swivel??  Nope.


I just assumed he meant stacking swivel.....perhaps my answer was premature.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:39:17 AM EDT
I love threads.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:39:20 AM EDT
Maybe "stack and swivel" is like "sit on it and rotate"?  Got something to tell us, OP?  What are your feelings on Janneke?
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:41:19 AM EDT



Quoted:




Reminds me of the old rangemaster out at the public range who would refer to the "Lansing grooves" inside a rifle barrel.


took a sec



 
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 11:44:46 AM EDT
I always thought it meant " I am going to break your neck"

That was the impression I got when I pissed off dad.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 12:58:15 PM EDT
Quoted:
I always thought it meant " I am going to break your neck"

That was the impression I got when I pissed off dad.


Probably because he used it like, "If you don't knock that shit off, I'm going to grab you by the stacking swivel."
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:00:12 PM EDT
I know what a stacking swivel is, but I assumed the OP was referring to yet another disgusting practice from Urban Dictionary.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:17:18 PM EDT
Ok, I'm in to find out if it was in fact the op who didn't actually know what he was talking about. I have no idea what "stack and swivel" is, and when i googled it the first hit was a spice rack.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:23:33 PM EDT
I have used it repeatedly on my 8 year old son. He gets it, everyone else, not so much.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:25:52 PM EDT





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Quoted:




Quoted:


I think Im more familiar with it than you are.





"stacking swivel"






This. If you asked me if I knew what a Stacking Swivel was I would say yes, but a Stack and Swivel??  Nope.






Reminds me of the old rangemaster out at the public range who would refer to the "Lansing grooves" inside a rifle barrel.



I though a laptop was a "lab-top" till i was probably 25


 
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:29:05 PM EDT
Quoted:
I know what a stacking swivel is, but I assumed the OP was referring to yet another disgusting practice from Urban Dictionary.




Usually a safe bet
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:33:57 PM EDT


I did find this:

"Stack and Swivel
(US) Originally parts of a military-issue rifle (swivel is still there, the sling is hung on two swivels; the stack was a small protuberance used to hook the rifles together when stacking arms).

Now used to refer to a male soldier's private parts, and always used in the phrase "pick you up by your stack and swivel" to connote that the speaker, usually a DI, metaphorically intends to bodily move you from one place to another.

Example: "Son, if you don't move pronto, I'm gonna pick you up by your stack and swivel and put you in the proper position of attention."

http://www.twilight1984.com/Main.aspx?PageID=411
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:36:54 PM EDT
Pfft.





Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:39:44 PM EDT
Quoted:
I used this termn today with a friend who had no idea what it ment.
are you familiar with the term?
Yes/no


Link Posted: 10/4/2012 1:41:58 PM EDT
Is that like "Sit on it and rotate"?  Potsy?
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 2:02:20 PM EDT
Quoted:
Quoted:
I always thought it meant " I am going to break your neck"

That was the impression I got when I pissed off dad.


Probably because he used it like, "If you don't knock that shit off, I'm going to grab you by the stacking swivel."


Yeah something like that He is a great man, I love and respect the old leatherneck more than
anyone else I have met.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 2:07:18 PM EDT



Quoted:



Quoted:

I think Im more familiar with it than you are.



"stacking swivel"




This. If you asked me if I knew what a Stacking Swivel was I would say yes, but a Stack and Swivel??  Nope.


This would be my answer as well.

 
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 2:21:01 PM EDT

    Is this some kind of homo trick question?

    I still don't get it.

Link Posted: 10/4/2012 4:33:24 PM EDT



Quoted:



Quoted:

I always thought it meant " I am going to break your neck"



That was the impression I got when I pissed off dad.




Probably because he used it like, "If you don't knock that shit off, I'm going to grab you by the stacking swivel."
Thats funny shit. My Dad used to tell me he would snatch me up by my stacking swivel and slap the snot out of me.





 
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 4:35:42 PM EDT
I can ony swivel. I can't stack.
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 4:47:19 PM EDT
Yeah, like a 'reverse cowgirl'?
Link Posted: 10/4/2012 5:16:27 PM EDT



Quoted:






I did find this:



"Stack and Swivel

(US) Originally parts of a military-issue rifle (swivel is still there, the sling is hung on two swivels; the stack was a small protuberance used to hook the rifles together when stacking arms).



Now used to refer to a male soldier's private parts, and always used in the phrase "pick you up by your stack and swivel" to connote that the speaker, usually a DI, metaphorically intends to bodily move you from one place to another.



Example: "Son, if you don't move pronto, I'm gonna pick you up by your stack and swivel and put you in the proper position of attention."



http://www.twilight1984.com/Main.aspx?PageID=411


Whoever wrote that should Not write about guns. The proper term is stacking swivel.

 
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