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James W Teetzel, Gary M Lemire: Combined reflex and laser sight with co-aligned iron sights. Wilcox, McLane Middleton Professional Association, January 8, 2019: US10175029

A combined reflex and laser sighting device with co-aligned iron sights is provided. In one aspect, the laser elements are co-aligned with each other, the reflex sight is co-aligned with the laser elements, and the iron sights are then co-aligned with the reflex sight and lasers, such that both the ...


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James W Teetzel, Travis S Mitchell: Push to talk system with wireless interface. Wilcox, McLane Middleton Professional Association, May 1, 2018: US09961517

A communication system includes a headset including a microphone and an audio speaker installed on the headset, the headset including an RF transceiver configured to perform wireless communication with a two-way radio having a push-to-talk communication channel. The RF transceiver is further configu ...


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James W Teetzel: Projectile system with environmental hazard sensing. Wilcox, McLane Middleton Professional Association, May 8, 2018: US09964386

In one aspect, a modular air sampling system includes a sensor module defining a nose, the sensor module including a sensor for sampling contaminants in the atmosphere. A processing and sending module includes processing electronics in communication with the sensor for receiving a signal from the se ...


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James W Teetzel, Ned A Dalzell: Modular night vision system. Wilcox, McLane Middleton Professional Association, October 3, 2017: US09778453

A modular mounting system for a night vision device includes one or more night vision monoculars, each night vision monocular having an imaging tube, a housing, and a first mounting shoe at a first position on the housing. A power supply has a first fastener thereon. A helmet mount at a first locati ...


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James W Teetzel, Justin D Harris: Headgear shroud assembly. Wilcox, McLane Middleton Professional Association, October 3, 2017: US09775395

In one aspect, a shroud assembly for headgear includes a frame formed of a polymer material having a shape that matches a contour of the headgear. An insert is formed of metal or metal alloy and is attached to a front side of the frame. The insert is configured for removable attachment to a mounting ...


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James W Teetzel: Integrated ballistic helmet and gas mask. Wilcox, McLane Middleton Professional Association, July 24, 2018: US10028544

An integrated helmet and respirator system comprises a shell defining a helmet portion, the helmet portion being bounded by a peripheral edge. An annular shroud has an upper edge and a lower edge, the upper edge removably attached to the peripheral edge of the helmet portion and the lower edge attac ...


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MARC J CELONA , GARY M LEMIRE , JAMES W TEETZEL : [en] Helmet mount for viewing device. WILCOX IND CORP , December 7, 2016: GB2539107-A

[en] A helmet mount 400 for an optical device 130, such as a night vision goggle comprises a helmet interface bracket 404 which provides vertical adjustment and pair of struts (140, 141) extending horizontally from the helmet bracket a carriage member (152) slides along the struts (140, 141) the opt ...


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James W Teetzel: Three-Point Clamp for Firearm Mounting Rail. Scott C Rand Esq, Mclane Graf Raulerson & Middleton Pa, September 11, 2008: US20080216380-A1

An improved clamping device for a weapon accessory rail of a type having an elongate mounting structure of generally T-shaped cross-section. The rail mounting structure may be of a type including a mounting surface and first and second inclined proximal surfaces on opposite sides of the mounting sur ...


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James W Teetzel, Gary M Lemire, David G Kent: Helmet mounting systems. Wilcox, Scott C Rand Esq, Mclane Graf Raulerson & Middleton Pa, September 20, 2007: US20070214551-A1

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, Daniel A Desrosiers, Mark A Hansen: Self-contained breathing system. Scott C Rand Esq, Mclane Graf Raulerson & Middleton Pa, October 11, 2007: US20070235030-A1

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 ...