The casing (13) is like a sack and is placed inverted over the cartridge magazine (2), so that the edge (16) of the casing (13) makes contact in the vicinity of the bottom (7) of the cartridge magazine (2).
A cartridge magazine (1) for firearms (3) has an elongated channel to receive a plurality of cartridges (2).
The assembler is constructed so that the brachytherapy cartridge will rotate within the assembler before a destructive torque is applied while the cap and cartridge magazine are screwed together.
An assembler which limits the amount of torque that may be applied to a brachytherapy cartridge magazine when its cap is threaded onto same.
A guide surface (9) is attached to the insertion magazine (6) and enables the front end of the cartridge, during its movement toward the barrel (1), to slide along and be pushed upwards.
The cartridge magazine (1) has a box (12) forming a housing of the cartridge magazine (1), a spring operated follower (13) for pressing the cartridges (2) in the magazine (1) to an upper position.