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Hugh R Wilson: Telescope mount for firearms. June 3, 1980: US04205473 (45 worldwide citation)

This invention is that of a new and novel telescope mount for firearms that features a rotating locking device mounted in the body of the telescope holding ring that mates with a base which is attached to the firearm. A lever is mounted on the locking member to provide leverage for locking. The rota ...


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Una H Wilson, Hugh R Wilson: Compact work bench with nestable seat. April 12, 1988: US04736998 (20 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a compact work bench in which the seat is nestable within a cabinet-like base. A panel is provided to close the cabinet, concealing the seat that is nested within. The exterior of the cabinet is finished to resemble and be compatible with ordinary household furniture so that t ...


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Hugh R Wilson: Fit adjustable telescope mount for firearms. October 12, 1982: US04353180 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention is a telescope mount for firearms that is provided with a deflectable wing. The wing may be adjusted into a tighter mating contact with a base member to compensate for variations in manufacturing tolerances and also to compensate for wear that may occur in ordinary use. The deflectable ...


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Hugh R Wilson: Bowstring release mechanism. Salvatore G Militana, February 10, 1976: US03937206 (16 worldwide citation)

A bowstring release mechanism and, more particularly, a mechanism which incorporates an adjustable trigger. The trigger allows the trigger mechanism to be adjusted to a degree of sensitivity that will permit a spring mounted sear to releasably hold a rotatable bow string release member when the trig ...


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Hugh R Wilson: Bowstring draw and release mechanism. December 13, 1977: US04062339 (13 worldwide citation)

This invention is that of a Bowstring Release Device to be used in archery for drawing a bowstring back and releasing same to propel an arrow to the target. The structure comprises a body, a swinging holding member, a sliding plunger to retain the holding member in a holding position, a triggering m ...


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Hugh R Wilson: Gunpowder charge and projectile container. November 7, 1978: US04123868 (13 worldwide citation)

The invention is that of a cartridge-like container for containing a pre-measured powder charge, a projectile and a percussion cap ready for quick use in reloading a muzzle-loading firearm. The device comprises a tube open at both ends. The projectile is inserted in one end, the powder from the othe ...


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Hugh R Wilson: Water resistant charge container for firearms. October 25, 1983: US04411088 (11 worldwide citation)

The invention is a charge container to contain all of the components necessary to load a muzzle-loading rifle and to protect the components from contamination and wetness. The container comprises a plastic body having a chamber for the main propellant charge and for a projectile. A closure lid is pr ...


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Hugh R Wilson: Charge container for firearms. December 13, 1983: US04419839 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention is a projectile holding sleeve that is open at both ends and mounted on the body of a container having a chamber for containing a propellant powder charge and a closure lid having a capholder for holding a percussion cap. The sleeve, being open at both ends allows a bullet starter or r ...


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Hugh R Wilson: Bowstring release mechanism. April 27, 1976: US03952720 (9 worldwide citation)

This invention is that of a Bowstring Release Mechanism that is used in Archery for drawing the bowstring back and then releasing same to propel the arrow in its flight to the target. The mechanism is released by the use of a trigger, which is adjustable, and features a sear that aids in reducing ap ...


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Hugh R Wilson: Projectile lubricant shield and percussion cap holder. June 3, 1980: US04205475 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention is that of a tubular shield for protecting the lubricant on a pre-lubricated projectile from contamination and loss of lubricant while the projectile is held ready for use in a muzzle-loading firearm. The pre-lubricated projectile is inserted into the shield device, the walls of which ...