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Jeffrey R Anderson: Archery device and arrow. Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, June 9, 1992: US05119797 (74 worldwide citation)

A kit for assembly and attachment to a crossbow that will adapt the cross bow to shoot arrows (e.g. 6 inches long) which are several times shorter than arrows of conventional length (e.g. 22 inches) normally shot by a crossbow. The kit includes an elongated track or guide assembly through which a sh ...


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Jeffrey R Anderson: Crossbow having elongated draw length. Rolland R Hackbart, November 2, 2010: US07823572 (55 worldwide citation)

A novel embodiment of a crossbow (10) includes an elongated draw length and a rifle-type stock (134) with a tubular barrel (106) designed to shoot standard three-fletch arrows (120) with a three-blade hunting tip. When the main string (105) of the crossbow (10) is fully drawn and cocked, the string ...


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Jeffrey R Anderson: Archery arrow and arrow launching device. Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, May 16, 1989: US04829974 (37 worldwide citation)

A reciprocable barrel-like device for mounting on an archery bow for accurately guiding the launch of special arrows which are substantially shorter and lighter than conventional arrows and equipped with at least one sabot. The device may also include elements for removing, breaking or severing rubb ...


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Jeffrey R Anderson: Archery arrow and sabot. Lockwood Alex Fitzgibbon & Cummings, September 25, 1990: US04958617 (17 worldwide citation)

A short archery arrow equipped with a sabot and a launching barrel therefor that may be used with either a regular bow or a crossbow. When in the form of a hunting arrow, the cutting blades alone provide all the required fletching action and the center of gravity of the arrow lies forwardly of the b ...


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Jeffrey R Anderson: Archery bow with short arrow launching assembly. Lockwood Alex Fitzgibbon & Cummings, November 23, 1993: US05263465 (13 worldwide citation)

A bow and kit for mounting thereon which allows the bow to shoot short arrows (e.g., 6 inches long) which are several times shorter than arrows of conventional length (e.g., 22 inches) normally shot by a longbow. The kit includes a riser bracket to be mounted on the riser or handle of the bow, a piv ...


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Jeffrey R Anderson: Archery bow having an improved cam arrangement. Rolland R Hackbart, November 7, 2000: US06142133 (12 worldwide citation)

A compound archery bow has a top cam which is larger than a bottom cam so that the nock point travel between an at-rest position and a fully-drawn position follows substantially a straight line. The nock point on the bowstring positions an arrow substantially perpendicular to the bowstring in the at ...


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Jeffrey R Anderson: String release for a crossbow. Rolland R Hackbart, April 14, 2015: US09004053 (9 worldwide citation)

A crossbow 100 includes a rifle-style stock 22, barrel 23, bowstring 1, and a string release housing 21 with a novel string release assembly. The string release assembly in string release housing 21 includes a string latch 12 for retaining fully-drawn and cocked bowstring 1 against a string horn 19, ...


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Jeffrey R Anderson: Molded archery arrow for an archery bow with a metal barrel. Rolland R Hackbart, April 17, 2012: US08157680 (5 worldwide citation)

A novel molded archery arrow (100) includes a cylindrical steel shaft (101) with sharpened tip, a plastic ferrule (102) molded over the shaft (101), and cutting blades (103) serving as fletchings. The shaft (101) has a front end with a sharpened tip and a rear end with a stem, the stem having a smal ...