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Steck III William F: Mount for gunsight. W R Weaver Company, Motsko Donald R, Kieser H Samuel, Jones William W, September 10, 1974: US3834052 (58 worldwide citation)

A mount for securing a gunsight above the top of the receiver of a firearm, which mount is secured to the receiver by at least one pin which passes laterally through the receiver side walls upon which pin at least a portion of the action of the firearm is also mounted within the receiver. The mount ...


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Johnson James T: Inflating device for use with vehicle safety systems. Olin Corporation, Motsko Donald R, Jones William W, Kieser H Samuel, February 25, 1975: US3868124 (52 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for use in safety systems of the type utilizing an inflatable safety member, a stored fluid under pressure and a propellant for the generation of hot gas. The apparatus includes storage means for storing a fluid under pressure and propellant storage means for storing at least two distin ...


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Stewart Ben A: Safety device with coanda effect. Olin Corporation, Motsko Donald R, Jones William W, September 30, 1975: US3909037 (48 worldwide citation)

An air bag inflation system for use in vehicles for protecting the occupants thereof against injury in the event of a collision. The system utilizes ambient air for inflating the air bag with the ambient air being drawn into the air bag by one or more air movers which induce secondary fluid flow by ...


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Ross Cecil J: Adjustable reticle for telescopic rifle sights. W R Weaver Company, Motsko Donald R, Jones William W, September 2, 1975: US3902251 (45 worldwide citation)

A reticle for a telescopic sight which reticle is laterally adjustable with respect to the optical axis of the scope so as to permit alignment of aiming point of the reticle with the optical axis of the scope.


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Johnson James T: Safety bag inflation for vehicles. Olin Corporation, Motsko Donald R, Kieser H Samuel, Jones William W, April 23, 1974: US3806153 (34 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for use in vehicle safety systems which utilize an inflatable member, a stored fluid under pressure, and a propellant charge for generating a hot gas. The apparatus includes a sealed reservoir for storing the fluid under pressure and includes a wall portion operative to rupture at a pre ...


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Schultes Hermann: Vibration damped ski. Olin Corporation, Motsko Donald R, Kieser H Samuel, Jones William W, October 29, 1974: US3844576 (25 worldwide citation)

A ski structure of the multi-layer type having a core and one or more intermediate load-bearing layers above and below the core wherein at least one of the intermediate layers is a laminate comprising a layer of material having a relatively high modulus of elasticity with elastomeric material bonded ...


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Boehm Herbert C: Vibration damped ski. Olin Corporation, Motsko Donald R, Jones William W, August 26, 1975: US3901522 (20 worldwide citation)

A ski structure of the multi-layer type having a core and one or more intermediate load-bearing layers between top and bottom surfaces of the ski, wherein at least one of the intermediate layers is a laminate comprising a layer of material having a relatively high modulus of elasticity with elastome ...


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Ross Cecil J: Inclined portable exercise frame. Jones William W, November 18, 1975: US3920240 (18 worldwide citation)

An exercise frame adapted to be stood on a floor and leaned against a wall and be supported thereby, which frame includes laterally offset side rails adapted to be gripped by a person exercising on the frame. A foot support board near a lower end of the frame is secured to the side rails to provide ...


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Ackerman Jr William R: Adjustable base for mounting an optical firearm sight. W R Weaver Company, Motsko Donald R, Jones William W, December 2, 1975: US3922794 (18 worldwide citation)

A mount for an optical gunsight, which mount includes windage and elevation adjustments for the optical axis of the gunsight.


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Norris Paul R, Van Haltern Jr Frank, Walz David K: Carrier mountable on the roof rack of a car. Olin Corporation, Motsko Donald R, Kieser H Samuel, Jones William W, January 21, 1975: US3861572 (18 worldwide citation)

A tent structure having folding tubular supports which, when collapsed, are contained within a carrier member along with the tent fabric. The supports are unfolded to an erected condition exterior of the container to provide a tent of considerably greater size than the carrier member. The carrier me ...