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David M Filgas, Gordon M McFadden, Jeffery Broome, James F York, R Scott Wofford: High power laser - optical fiber connection system. Hobart Laser Products, David H Jaffer, March 1, 1994: US05291570 (91 worldwide citation)

A system for coupling laser radiation at a high power to an optical fiber while dissipating heat from scattered laser and optical pump radiation, including an optical fiber, a protective ferrule surrounding a portion of the optical fiber extending from the input face of the optical fiber and welded ...


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Edward C Reynolds Jr: Light beam assisted aiming of firearms. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, October 18, 1988: US04777754 (90 worldwide citation)

An aim assistance light beam for a firearm having functional parts necessary for the operation of that firearm as a firearm is provided by adaption of a battery housing to a contour of that firearm below a barrel and ahead of a trigger guard thereof as seen in a direction of the light beam, for rece ...


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Thomas J Wertz, Russell W Todd, Gerald D Abell: Self-contained air enhancement and laser plume evacuation system. Surgical Laser Products, Workman Nydegger & Jensen, January 22, 1991: US04986839 (78 worldwide citation)

A system for filtering the harmful particulates and liquids from a laser plume formed during surgical procedures. The laser plume may be passed through a suction canister to remove a liquid component from the laser plume. Thereafter, the laser plume is passed through a filter containing granular act ...


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Edward C Reynolds Jr: Light beam assisted aiming of firearms. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, August 15, 1989: US04856218 (67 worldwide citation)

An aim assistance light beam is provided for a firearm having a barrel and a movable fore-end assembly for loading shells and actuating a firearm action. A lamp and reflector throws that light beam upon electric energization of a lamp in the lamp and reflector assembly. A battery housing for mountin ...


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John W Matthews: Flashlights and other battery-powered apparatus for holding and energizing transducers. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, May 13, 1997: US05629105 (65 worldwide citation)

A battery-powered apparatus for holding and energizing an electric transducer, includes a hand-held battery housing carrying the transducer mount, and first and second internal battery contacts. A first external battery charge terminal is on the transducer mount, and a second external battery charge ...


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John Wallace Matthews, Paul Youngcho Kim: Battery operated appliance, flashlight and switching systems. Laser Products, Benoit Law Corporation, April 4, 2000: US06046572 (63 worldwide citation)

An electric appliance includes a first electric power supply of first batteries arranged in a first pattern, and alternatively a different second electric power supply of second batteries arranged in a second pattern. An electrical ON-OFF switch has an ON-OFF position push-button switch actuator ard ...


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John Wallace Matthews: Combat-oriented flashlight. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, July 1, 1997: US05642932 (59 worldwide citation)

Flashlights are provided with a mode of operation enabling switching at a thumb area of a human hand while retaining that flashlight with fingers of that human hand during switching of that flashlight at that thumb area. The flashlight has a battery barrel provided with a tail-end switch. That batte ...


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John Wallace Matthews, Paul Youngcho Kim: Firearms with target illuminators. Laser Products, August 21, 2001: US06276088 (54 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for firing projectiles at targets and for illuminating such targets combine a projectile-firing weapon and a target illuminator. A track-and-slide combination includes a slide on the target illuminator and a track on the weapon for that slide, and a releasable slide-in-track stop in such t ...


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John W Matthews: Laser beam firearm aim assisting methods and apparatus. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, February 2, 1982: US04313272 (49 worldwide citation)

A laser for assisting the aiming of a firearm is located in a tubular member for emission of a light beam through an end thereof. The tubular member is mounted at the first location with linear freedom of movement, and at a second location with angular freedom of movement, relative to the firearm. T ...


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Bernie E Bjornsen III, Peter Hauk, John W Matthews: Ergonomic electrical current switching systems. Laser Products, Benoit Law Corporation, August 5, 1997: US05654594 (47 worldwide citation)

In order to enable switching electric currents with a part of a human hand for an accessory of a firearm having a firearm handle, that firearm handle is complemented with an arcuate member, which is formed in similarity to a portion of that human hand in a clenched position at the mentioned part. An ...