What is Stacking Swivel?
Stacking Swivel meaning in Military or Military Slang terminology / glossary / dictionary is:
(U.S.) Originally parts of a military-issue rifle (the stacking swivel was located near the muzzle, in front of the forward sling swivel, and was used to hook the rifles together when stacking arms). Now used to refer to a male Soldier’s throat, and always used in the phrase “pick you up by your stacking 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