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John Wallace Matthews, Paul Youngcho Kim: Battery operated appliance, flashlight and switching systems. Laser Products, Benoit Law Corporation, April 4, 2000: US06046572 (63 worldwide citation)

An electric appliance includes a first electric power supply of first batteries arranged in a first pattern, and alternatively a different second electric power supply of second batteries arranged in a second pattern. An electrical ON-OFF switch has an ON-OFF position push-button switch actuator ard ...


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John Wallace Matthews: Combat-oriented flashlight. Laser Products Corporation, Benoit Law Corporation, July 1, 1997: US05642932 (59 worldwide citation)

Flashlights are provided with a mode of operation enabling switching at a thumb area of a human hand while retaining that flashlight with fingers of that human hand during switching of that flashlight at that thumb area. The flashlight has a battery barrel provided with a tail-end switch. That batte ...


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Paul Youngcho Kim, John Wallace Matthews: Firearms with target illuminators, electric switching devices and battery power sources. Surefire, February 12, 2002: US06345464 (56 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for firing projectiles at targets and for illuminating such targets include a projectile-firing elongate weapon having a fore-end structure and a target illuminator on that fore-end structure in a first quadrant between a vertical plane and a horizontal plane longitudinally through such el ...


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John Wallace Matthews, Paul Youngcho Kim: Firearms with target illuminators. Laser Products, August 21, 2001: US06276088 (54 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for firing projectiles at targets and for illuminating such targets combine a projectile-firing weapon and a target illuminator. A track-and-slide combination includes a slide on the target illuminator and a track on the weapon for that slide, and a releasable slide-in-track stop in such t ...


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John Wallace Matthews: Dual reflector, rechargeable, and crash-secured flashlights. Surefire, David Weiss, May 14, 2002: US06386730 (52 worldwide citation)

A flashlight having a flashlight head with two merged yet independent lamp/reflector systems, the head including a common reflector structure having two reflectors of differing light projecting characteristics, the two reflectors arranged side by side with a common boundary across part of the common ...


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John Wallace Matthews, Paul Youngcho Kim: Firearms with target illuminators. Surefire, David Weiss, April 30, 2002: US06378237 (52 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for firing projectiles at targets and for illuminating such targets combine a projectile-firing weapon and a target illuminator. A track-and-slide combination includes a slide on the target illuminator and a track structure on the weapon for that slide, and a releasable slide-in-track stop ...


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John Wallace Matthews: Hand weapon holstering systems. Laser Products, Benoit Law Corporation, September 5, 2000: US06112962 (41 worldwide citation)

Holstering systems for hand weapons comprise a track structure provided as a holster for such hand weapons. Each hand weapon may be provided with an adapter complementary with the track structure. The holster may be a standard holster for different types of elongate hand weapons that may have adapte ...


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John Wallace Matthews, Paul Youngcho Kim: Battery operated appliance, flashlight and switching systems technical field. Laser Products, April 24, 2001: US06222138 (38 worldwide citation)

An electric appliance includes a first electric power supply of first batteries arranged in a first pattern, and alternatively a different second electric power supply of second batteries arranged in a second pattern. An electrical ON-OFF switch has an ON-OFF position push-button switch actuator and ...


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John Wallace Matthews: Hand weapon holstering systems. Laser Products, July 31, 2001: US06267279 (34 worldwide citation)

A holstering device is made for an elongate hand weapon or is made as a standard holstering device for holstering any one of a number of different types of elongate hand weapons. Such holstering device extends along opposite first and second sides of any of these hand weapons and straddles that hand ...


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John Wallace Matthews, Paul Youngcho Kim, Luc Pierre Benoit: Battery powered portable electric light source systems. Surefire, August 27, 2002: US06439738 (34 worldwide citation)

A battery powered portable electric light source has multiple sets of spare batteries contained in its battery compartment, whereby mixups between exhausted and fresh batteries are effectively avoided. A flashlight having a light output stronger than the mentioned electric light source is provided f ...