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Darin B Cooper, Jason L Fogg: Eccentric elements for a compound archery bow. Hoyt USA, Holland & Hart, March 29, 2005: US06871643 (37 worldwide citation)

A pulley arrangement for a compound archery bow (100) that combines the forgiveness and symmetry of a “dual cam” system with the positive draw stop (hard wall), enforced synchronization (or built-in timing) between opposite pulley assemblies, and high let-off associated with “single cam” systems. Th ...


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Randy J Walk: Archery bow with limb mounting pockets. Hoyt USA, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, February 24, 1998: US05720267 (33 worldwide citation)

A limb mounting system for archery bows provides limb mounting pockets which receive and restrain the bottom, sides, and top of received limbs. The mounting system is particularly suited to bow limbs made up of a pair of spaced, side-by-side limb elements. With the top restraint provided by the pock ...


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Randy J Walk: Multi-chamber stabilizer for archery bows. Hoyt USA, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, April 7, 1998: US05735257 (22 worldwide citation)

An elongate stabilizer for an archery bow includes an elongate housing having a plurality of separate internal chambers suitable to receive damping material or damping devices therein. One end of the stabilizer may be mounted on a bow riser in normal manner. In a preferred embodiment of the stabiliz ...


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Randy J Walk: Archery bow handle riser with replaceable grip heel. Hoyt USA, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, September 3, 1996: US05551413 (16 worldwide citation)

An archery bow handle riser includes a hand grip portion with a self or integral throat portion and a heel member mounting portion to accept a variety of different replaceable heel members. In this way a narrow throat portion can be maintained while providing a wide variety of heel members to custom ...


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Randy J Walk, William M Boynton: Archery bow riser. Hoyt USA, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, November 4, 1997: US05682871 (16 worldwide citation)

An archery bow riser includes a main riser section and a reinforcing riser section joined to the ends of the main riser section and spaced from the main riser section toward the bow string. Interconnecting members extend between the main and reinforcing riser sections intermediate their lengths so t ...


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Darin B Cooper, Jason L Fogg: Eccentric elements for a compound archery bow. Hoyt USA, Holland & Hart, April 6, 2010: US07690372 (13 worldwide citation)

A pulley arrangement for a compound archery bow (100) that combines the forgiveness and symmetry of a “dual cam” system with the positive draw stop (hard wall), enforced synchronization (or built-in timing) between opposite pulley assemblies, and high let-off associated with “single cam” systems. Th ...


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Darin B Cooper: Attachment apparatus and method. Hoyt USA, Holland & Hart, April 12, 2007: US20070079820-A1

An assembly is disclosed, which may include at least one latch element having at least one retaining wall comprising a tapered surface. Further, the assembly may include at least one base element having at least one tapered side surface configured to couple to a respective tapered surface of the at ...


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Randy J Walk, Jason L Fogg: Vibration dampening apparatus. Hoyt USA, Holland & Hart, April 12, 2007: US20070079821-A1

Apparatuses and structures for dampening vibrational energy from a system are disclosed. Particularly, at least one dampening member including an elongated body comprising a resilient, pliable material may be coupled to the base via at least one coupling structure structured for coupling at least a ...


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Darin B Cooper, Jason L Fogg: Eccentric elements for a compound archery bow. Hoyt USA, L Grant Foster, Holland & Hart, September 8, 2005: US20050193998-A1

A pulley arrangement for a compound archery bow (100) that combines the forgiveness and symmetry of a “dual cam” system with the positive draw stop (hard wall), enforced synchronization (or built-in timing) between opposite pulley assemblies, and high let-off associated with “single cam” systems. Th ...