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Charles A Finn: Golf club. John E Wagner, Robert C Smith, November 21, 2000: US06149533 (246 worldwide citation)

A golf club includes a head having a striking face, a threaded cylindrical chamber behind and generally parallel to the face, a cylindrical weight member threaded in the chamber, a hosel attached to the cylindrical weight member having a shaft receiving socket with a non-circular portion and a threa ...


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Charles A Finn, Scott Sherman: Universal coupler for spinal fixation. Smith & Nephew Richards, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, December 12, 1995: US05474551 (221 worldwide citation)

A spinal rod coupler assembly providing four degrees of freedom for connecting a spinal rod to a vertebrae of a patient which includes a tubular coupler member, an eyebolt, an insert and a set screw. The coupler member has a longitudinal bore, a central axis, and an end portion that is open ended an ...


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Charles A Finn: Golf club having adjustable weights and readily removable and replaceable shaft. John F Wagner, Robert C Smith, February 4, 2003: US06514154 (183 worldwide citation)

A golf club includes a clubhead having a striking face, a threaded cylindrical chamber behind and generally parallel to the face, and a threaded cylindrical weight member in the chamber. A hosel is attached to the cylindrical weight member and has a shaft receiving socket with a non-circular portion ...


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Charles A Finn: Sound suppressor for a firearm. May 13, 1986: US04588043 (85 worldwide citation)

A sound suppressor for a firearm, including a hollow cylindrical casing having an entrance end and an exit end; and at least one disc-shaped baffle element coaxially mounted within the casing and between the ends. The element has front and rear faces with an annular area therebetween and at least on ...


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Charles A Finn: Telescopic sight with level indicator. Wagner & Middlebrook, June 29, 1993: US05223650 (49 worldwide citation)

A tilt or cant indicator for telescopic sights incorporates a gravity responsive device aligned with the reticle or vertical crosshair of the sight. A pendulum device incorporating a pointer is installed with its rotational axis intersecting the vertical crosshair such that canting is indicated when ...


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Joseph M Rustick, Charles A Finn: Laser boresight for the sighting in of a gun. Joseph H Roediger, November 22, 1994: US05365669 (44 worldwide citation)

A boresight for determining the accuracy of a gunsight wherein a cartridge-shaped housing is dimensioned to fit within the gun chamber. A laser is contained in the housing. A switch is positioned in the end surface of the boresight housing to be contacted by the bolt face of the gun. The switch cont ...


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Charles A Finn: Golf putter having spaced weight member. John E Wagner, Robert C Smith, May 31, 2005: US06899636 (39 worldwide citation)

A golf putter is formed with a clubhead including a striking face, added weight along the bottom at the rear of the clubhead to form a soleplate and weight added to the toe and heel portions. Secured to the back side of the clubhead is a rearwardly extending support member. An elongated cylindrical ...


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Charles A Finn: Computer system which accesses operating system information and command handlers from optical storage via an auxiliary processor and cache memory. Welsh & Katz, April 30, 1991: US05012407 (31 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for extending the memory capacity of a computer system having discrete memory storage. The apparatus including a scanner for accessing computer information, and a memory device for storing computer information and for accessing and transferring computer information to and from the scann ...


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Charles A Finn: Military bayonet and scabbard. Phrobis III, John E Wagner, April 18, 1989: US04821356 (31 worldwide citation)

A bayonet and scabbard are capable of being pivotally connected to constitute a wire or metal tape cutting implement having a recess shaped to capture the wire or tape before such cutting begins. The bayonet blade has a tang extending into the bayonet handle which is of a yield strength greater than ...


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Charles A Finn: Survival knives with grapple capability. Finn Camphuysen MacDonald Schumacher, John E Wagner, November 18, 1986: US04622707 (29 worldwide citation)

A survival knife is disclosed including hook members which are securable to the knife and angled rearward toward the handle. A ring is provided for securing a line to the pommel of the handle, thereby making the knife become a grapple. Several variations of location of the hook members are disclosed ...