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James W Teetzel: Laser module apparatus. William B Ritchie, January 9, 1996: US05481819 (45 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: Laser module and silencer apparatus. William B Ritchie, June 20, 1995: US05425299 (44 worldwide citation)

A silencer apparatus that can be attached to a standard autoloading handgun having a laser sight module mounted to the front face of the slide of the handgun. The silencer module features additional electronics so that the firing status of the firearm can be ascertained. A skid plate protected switc ...


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James W Teetzel: Apparatus for attaching a flashlight to a firearm. William B Ritchie, November 11, 1997: US05685105 (44 worldwide citation)

A flashlight module that can fit 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 a flashlight that can be mounted in various positions, depending on the weapon s ...


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James W Teetzel: Modular flashlight apparatus for firearm. Wilcox, McLane Graf Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association, January 11, 2011: US07866083 (38 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure relates to a flashlight apparatus including a base module having a mount adaptor mountable on a firearm, a reflector module removably attachable to the base module, a power source module removably attached to the base module, and a light source module removably attachable to t ...


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James W Teetzel: Concealed laser module sight apparatus. William B Ritchie, October 18, 1994: US05355608 (38 worldwide citation)

A laser sight that can be concealed within a standard autoloading handgun. The invention features a chassis that is mounted to the front face of the slide of the handgun. The chassis has the same cross-sectional profile of the handgun and extends the slide by only about three quarters of an inch. Th ...


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James W Teetzel: Switch apparatus. William B Ritchie, June 4, 1996: US05522167 (28 worldwide citation)

A tritium switch that can be easily fitted to standard laser sight that can be easily adapted to fit standard semi-automatic handguns or to standard military rifles such as an M-16. The switch is also useful as a safety interlock switch on machinery requiring electrical power. With a firearm, the sw ...


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James W Teetzel: Voice activated weapon lock apparatus. William B Ritchie, November 5, 1996: US05570528 (25 worldwide citation)

A voice activated locking 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 to be m ...


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James W Teetzel, Gary M Lemire, Daniel A Desrosiers, Mark A Hansen: Self-contained breathing system. Wilcox, McLane Graf Raulerson & Middleton P A, Scott C Rand, January 19, 2010: US07647927 (23 worldwide citation)

A breathing apparatus is operable in self-contained and filtered modes of operation. In the self-contained mode of operation, a breathable gas is delivered to a user from a self-contained source of breathing gas. In a second, filtered mode of operation, a suction source draws ambient air through a f ...


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James W Teetzel, Gary M Lemire: Integrated laser range finder and sighting assembly and method therefor. Wilcox, McLane Graf Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association, January 24, 2012: US08100044 (21 worldwide citation)

An integrated laser range finder and sighting assembly includes a range finder for determining a distance to a target and an onboard ballistics computer for calculating a trajectory and automatically rotating a pointing laser to the proper angle for aligning with a target for firing the weapon.


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James W Teetzel: Less than lethal apparatus attachment for a firearm. William B Ritchie, Michael J Persson, August 4, 1998: US05787628 (21 worldwide citation)

A less than lethal chemical apparatus that can be fitted to 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 a chemical module that can house MACE or other incapa ...