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Mathew A McPherson: Dual-feed single-cam compound bow. Bear Archery, Malina & Wolson, November 29, 1994: US05368006 (107 worldwide citation)

A cam is eccentrically journaled at one end of a compound archery bow and a pulley is journaled at the other end of the bow. A cable passes around the pulley to form a bowstring section and a second cable section, both sections forming a dual feed single cam compound bow. The amount of feed out to b ...


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Mathew A McPherson: Dual-feel single-cam compound bow. Bear Archery, Milton Wolson, September 3, 2002: US06443139 (41 worldwide citation)

A cam is eccentrically journaled at one end of a compound archery bow and a pulley is journaled at the other end of the bow. A cable passes around the pulley to form a bowstring section and a second cable section, both sections forming a dual feed single cam compound bow. The amount of feed out to b ...


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Brian Laborde, Gary L Simonds: Archery bow having pivotal bow limb pockets. Bear Archery, Malina & Wolson, February 15, 2000: US06024076 (40 worldwide citation)

An archery bow includes pivoting limb pockets for attaching two split limbs or a single limb to the bow handle. The limb pockets are secured to the handle by an adjustment bolt. Circular mating portions on the pocket and handle permit rotation of the pocket about the handle. A slug which is press-fi ...


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Henry M Gallops Jr: Crossbow having a no let-off cam. Bear Archery L L C, Milton Wolson, October 8, 2002: US06460528 (31 worldwide citation)

A crossbow includes having no let-off cams permits storage of more energy than a conventional compound crossbow.


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Gary L Simonds, Thomas P Jennings: Compound bow having tubular risers. Bear Archery, Malina & Wolson, March 31, 1992: US05099819 (28 worldwide citation)

An improved compound bow having a rigid lightweight, high strength central portion which connects the opposed inner ends of the bow limbs and includes spaced apart, centrally offset tubular risers. The riser offsetting provides a sight window which extends over the entire space intermediate the limb ...


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Mathew A McPherson: Dual-feed single-cam compound bow. Bear Archery, Malina & Wolson, April 6, 1999: US05890480 (25 worldwide citation)

A cam is eccentrically journaled at one end of a compound archery bow and a pulley is journaled at the other end of the bow. A cable passes around the pulley to form a bowstring section and a second cable section, both sections forming a dual feed single cam compound bow. The amount of feed out to b ...


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Henry M Gallops Jr: Traveling bowstring vibration dampener. Bear Archery, Milton Wolson, October 21, 2003: US06634348 (25 worldwide citation)

A compound archery bow includes a traveling vibration dampener for dampening bowstring oscillation and the vibration dampener is mounted in an opening in a bumper stem connected to a cable saver and the cable saver and the vibration dampener move together


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Gary L Simonds: Archery bow cable guard mount. Bear Archery, Malina & Wolson, January 12, 1993: US05178122 (24 worldwide citation)

An adjustable cable guard mount which includes a pair of mounting means the first of which is inserted in or formed on an archery bow proximate the handle and having a symmetrical, multi-faced splined first mating portion. The second mounting means carries a deflector rod and includes a second matin ...


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Mathew A McPherson: Dual-feed single-cam compound bow. Bear Archery, Malina & Wolson, August 11, 1998: US05791322 (22 worldwide citation)

A cam is eccentrically journaled at one end of a compound archery bow and a pulley is journaled at the other end of the bow. A cable passes around the pulley to form a bowstring section and a second cable section, both sections forming a dual feed single cam compound bow. The amount of feed out to b ...


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Henry M Gallops Jr: Inside mounted sliding two-piece staggered slots cable guard. Bear Archery, Malina & Wolson, July 29, 1997: US05651355 (22 worldwide citation)

A cable guard assembly is disclosed for use with a compound archery bow which comprises discrete cable retainers that are separately slidable on a cable rod. The cable retainers are of different lengths and the cable rod is located within noncircular openings in the cable retainers. A resilient circ ...