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James W Teetzel: Laser range finding apparatus. William B Ritchie, September 23, 1997: US05669174 (138 worldwide citation)

A laser range finder that is modular so that it can mounted on different weapon platforms. A pulsed infrared laser beam is reflected off the target. The timed return signal is then used to measure the distance. Another laser, either a visible laser or another infrared laser of differing frequency, i ...


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James W Teetzel: Modular laser apparatus. William B Ritchie, December 17, 1996: US05584137 (89 worldwide citation)

A laser sight that can be fits conventional handguns and rifles without requiring major modification of the weapons and yet fits within the profile of the weapons framework. The invention features a chassis containing an infrared and visible red laser than can be mounted in various position, dependi ...


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James W Teetzel: Firearm hand grips for controlling an electronic module. William B Ritchie, Michael J Parsson, October 20, 1998: US05822905 (84 worldwide citation)

A hand grip control apparatus for a firearm that controls en electronic module that is mounted on the firearm. The electronic module can be a laser sight, a flashlight, or other modules, either connected to directly to the weapon or closely associated with it. For a 9 mm handgun, the laser module ch ...


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James W Teetzel: Laser range finding apparatus. William B Ritchie, September 17, 1996: US05555662 (82 worldwide citation)

A laser range finder that is modular so that it can mounted on different weapon platforms. A pulsed infrared laser beam is reflected off the target. The timed return signal is then used to measure the distance. Another laser, either a visible laser or another infrared laser of differing frequency, i ...


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James W Teetzel: Weapon lock and target authenticating apparatus. William B Ritchie, September 12, 1995: US05448847 (76 worldwide citation)

A lock and target authentication apparatus for handguns and rifles. The apparatus is designed to fit into handgrips that replace the factory provided handgrips. Flexible membrane circuitry is contained within the handgrips as well as the power source for the apparatus so that the unit does not have ...


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James W Teetzel, Jesse T Bodwell: Floating rail system for firearm. Wilcox, McLane Graf Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association, January 10, 2012: US08091265 (67 worldwide citation)

An improved floating rail system for mounting accessories on a firearm having a barrel including a chassis and a clamp adapted to attach the chassis about the barrel of the firearm. A plurality of elongate accessory mounting rails are attached to the chassis and extend parallel to an axis of the bar ...


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James W Teetzel, Gary M Lemire, David G Kent, Marion H Van Fosson: Helmet mounting systems. Wilcox, McLane Graf Raulerson & Middleton PA, May 22, 2007: US07219370 (58 worldwide citation)

Pivoting helmet mounts for an optical device are provided. In one aspect, a breakaway connector which is selectively configurable between breakaway and nonbreakaway configurations is provided. In a further aspect, a strap mount system for securing the helmet mount to the helmet employs a rotating ra ...


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James W Teetzel, Gary M Lemire: Hand grip apparatus for firearm. Wilcox, McLane Graf Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association, May 11, 2010: US07712241 (55 worldwide citation)

A handgrip apparatus for firearm includes a hollow housing defining a handgrip surface and forming an enclosure. A fastener is connected to the housing for removably attaching the handgrip apparatus to a fore-end portion of a firearm. A retractable leg assembly is movable between a retracted positio ...


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James W Teetzel, Gary M Lemire: Hand grip apparatus for firearm. Wilcox, McLane Graf Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association, November 30, 2010: US07841120 (52 worldwide citation)

A handgrip apparatus for firearm includes a hollow housing defining a handgrip surface and forming an enclosure. A fastener is connected to the housing for removably attaching the handgrip apparatus to a fore-end portion of a firearm. A retractable leg assembly is movable between a retracted positio ...


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James W Teetzel: Grenade launcher sighting assembly. William B Ritchie, May 27, 2003: US06568118 (51 worldwide citation)

A grenade launcher sighting assembly. A sighting apparatus for a grenade launcher having a barrel with a centerline is provided. The sighting apparatus has a mounting module that is alignable mountable to the barrel of the grenade launcher, wherein said mounting module is adapted to be attached to t ...