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Anthony Maglica: Flashlight. Paul L Gardner, August 25, 1981: US04286311 (166 worldwide citation)

A rugged, heavy duty flashlight which is hermetically sealed to prevent intrusion of moisture and dirt. A manually operable electric switch is provided having a rotary contact to complete the battery circuit to the bulb. When the switch is actuated the rotary contact is moved axially to engage stati ...


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Anthony Maglica: Variable light beam flashlight and recharging unit. Mag Instrument, Paul L Gardner, June 14, 1983: US04388673 (165 worldwide citation)

The flashlight of the invention includes an improved mechanism for selectively varying the light beam intensity and area. The mechanism includes a cam member, and abutting head and outer switch housing shoulders, which enable movement of the bulb forwardly and rearwardly relative to the light reflec ...


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Anthony Maglica: Miniature flashlight. Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, March 18, 1986: US04577263 (152 worldwide citation)

A miniature flashlight comprising a barrel, a tail cap, a head assembly, and a miniature bulb holder and providing interruptible contact to batteries within the barrel. The bulb holder comprises an insulated receptacle disposed external to the barrel end which the head assembly engages, a second ins ...


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Anthony Maglica: Miniature flashlight. MAG Instrument, Lyon & Lyon, April 14, 1987: US04658336 (104 worldwide citation)

A miniature flashlight comprising a barrel, tail cap, head assembly, and bulb holder providing interruptible contact to batteries within the barrel. The bulb holder comprises an insulated receptacle external to the barrel end engaging the head assembly, a second insulated receptacle within the barre ...


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Anthony Maglica: Flashlight. Mag Instrument, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, July 2, 1985: US04527223 (102 worldwide citation)

An improved flashlight is disclosed which includes an improved mechanism for selectively varying the light beam intensity and area of illumination, an improved switch means, an improved light bulb and light bulb holder, and an improved manner of retaining dry cell batteries within said flashlight. T ...


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Anthony Maglica: Flashlight. Mag Instrument, Lyon & Lyon, April 7, 1987: US04656565 (87 worldwide citation)

A flashlight includes a barrel for retaining batteries. A reflector and lens located at one end is rotatable axially to vary the reflection dispersion of a light beam emanating through the lens from a lamp bulb. An internal cylindrical sleeve within the barrel provides the electrical path between a ...


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Anthony Maglica, Ralph E Johnson, Armis L Lewis: Double switch miniature flashlight. Mag Instrument, Lyon & Lyon, April 18, 1989: US04823242 (82 worldwide citation)

A miniature two or three cell flashlight as disclosed to comprise a barrel, a tailcap, a head assembly, and means for holding a miniature lamp bulb and for providing interruptible electrical coupling to dry cell batteries retained within the barrel and having a recharger for charging the chargeable ...


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Anthony Maglica, Robert J DeLong, Armis L Lewis: Tailcap switch-focus flashlight. MAG Instrument, Lyon & Lyon, June 20, 1989: US04841417 (79 worldwide citation)

A flashlight having a switch and beam adjustment mechanism located in the tailcap whereby the flashlight may be turned on and focused with one hand without changing the grip on the flashlight by that hand. Batteries of "AAAA" size are contemplated for use in one embodiment of the flashlight.


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Anthony Maglica: Miniature flashlight. Mag Instrument, Lyon & Lyon, February 6, 1990: US04899265 (70 worldwide citation)

A miniature flashlight as disclosed to comprise a barrel, a tail cap, a head assembly, and means for holding a miniature lamp bulb and for providing interruptible electrical coupling to dry cell batteries retained within the barrel. The means for holding lamp bulb comprises an insulated receptacle d ...


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Anthony Maglica, Robert J DeLong, Armis L Lewis: Flashlight. Mag Instrument, Lyon & Lyon, April 4, 1989: US04819141 (70 worldwide citation)

A flashlight having a conductive barrel and a tailcap insert which provides for a conductive path through the tail assembly region of the flashlight to the batteries contained in the barrel.



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