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Heinz Thummel: Modular sighting laser for a firearm. Laser Devices, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, December 10, 1996: US05581898 (73 worldwide citation)

A compact and rugged sighting laser adapted to be mounted on the trigger guard of a firearm such as a handgun. The sighting laser includes a mounting block having a slot adapted to engage the trigger guard, and a housing configured to engage the mounting block. The mounting block includes a hardened ...


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Heinz H Thummel, Dave E Doggett, Gary G Love: Laser diode alignment mechanism. Laser Devices, Poms Smith Lande & Rose, April 5, 1994: US05299375 (56 worldwide citation)

An adjustable platform in two orthogonal directions for the angular alignment of the axis of a solid state laser diode. The platform carries the laser diode at its center and is attached to a base plate at three points. Two attachment points are adjustable and provide for fine angular adjustments by ...


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Heinz F Thummel: Laser system mounting device. Laser Devices, Patrick T King, June 2, 1998: US05758448 (53 worldwide citation)

A mounting system attaches directly to a square or round trigger guard of a firearm. A separate trigger guard mount assembly includes a base having a groove formed therein for receiving a forward portion of a trigger guard of the firearm. A trigger guard mount clamp for attaches the trigger guard mo ...


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Heinz F Thummel: Dual beam laser module. Laser Devices, Gunnison McKay & Hodgson L, Philip McKay, June 1, 2010: US07726061 (44 worldwide citation)

A dual beam laser aiming module for a firearm has a dual-laser alignment housing with a first IR laser assembly in a first cavity and that provides a first beam axis. A second visible laser assembly is adjustably located in a second cavity to provide a second beam having an axis parallel to the firs ...


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Heinz F Thummel: Laser precision bore sight assembly. Laser Devices, Patrick T King, October 2, 2001: US06295753 (39 worldwide citation)

A laser precision bore sight assembly and method aligns a laser beam along the longitudinal axis of a gun barrel. At the proximate end of an elongated bore shaft is rotatably mounted a compressible barrel insert with a continuous outer surface which resiliently engages the inside wall of the gun bar ...


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Heinz Thummel: Floating side rail clamp weapon accessory mount adaptor. Laser Devices, McKay and Hodgson, Phillip McKay, March 12, 2013: US08393105 (27 worldwide citation)

A floating side rail clamp weapon accessory mount adaptor includes a stationary side rail clamp, a floating side rail clamp, and a leaf spring system that replaces prior art biasing plates. The floating side rail clamp moves as a single unit under evenly increasing influence provided by the leaf spr ...


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Thomas Warren McCrimmon Jr, Mark Edward Hagedorn, Joseph LaDon Bebee: Accessory bracket for firearm mount. Laser Devices, K&L Gates, November 19, 2013: US08584393 (4 worldwide citation)

An accessory bracket 100 comprising first element 200 and second element 300 along with means for attaching first element with a firearm mount 10 and second element. The second element provides a semi-cylindrical accessory bar 320 with a length to safely extend the accessories such that the accessor ...


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Adam Nemeyer: Adjustable beam illuminator. LASER DEVICES, Innovation Counsel, July 19, 2016: US09395066 (2 worldwide citation)

An adjustable beam illuminator may provide a beam of light with an output cone angle that is adjustable (e.g., continuously adjustable) from small output angles (substantially collimated beam, “spot” mode) to larger output angles providing “flood” illumination. The illuminator may emit infrared ligh ...


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Adam Nemeyer: Light pointer having optical fiber light source. Laser Devices, K&L Gates, September 16, 2014: US08833994 (2 worldwide citation)

A light pointer (e.g., laser pointer) comprises an optical fiber light source. Optionally, the output beam provided by the pointer may be adjustable from small output angles (substantially collimated beam, “spot” mode to larger output angles providing “flood” illumination. The light pointer may emit ...


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