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Larry Moore: Laser module mounting means for weapons and other applications. Tac Star, Michael A Lechter, July 2, 1996: US05531040 (54 worldwide citation)

An internally mounted light beam sight suitable for use in automatic pistols and other weapons is provided by replacing the conventional recoil spring guide rod with a hollow tube having substantially the same exterior shape and dimensions, but containing a laser beam generation module within its ho ...


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Larry Moore: Externally mountable laser sight with slide switch. Tac Star, Michael A Lechter, James H Phillips, April 22, 1997: US05621999 (47 worldwide citation)

A light emitting module is attached to one of a pair of separable U-shaped metal clamps that can fit around a weapon trigger guard. The clamps have recesses for retaining elastomeric inserts which contact the trigger guard. The inserts are of inexpensive glass-filled molded plastic rather than machi ...


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Larry Moore: Externally mountable laser sight for weapons and other applications. Tac Star, James H Phillips, Michael A Lechter, January 7, 1997: US05590486 (42 worldwide citation)

A light emitting module is attached to one of a pair of separable U-shaped metal clamps that can fit around a weapon trigger guard. The clamps have recesses for retaining elastomeric inserts which contact the trigger guard. The inserts are of inexpensive glass-filled molded plastic rather than machi ...


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Larry Moore, Keith D Halsey: Internal laser sight for weapons. February 28, 1995: US05392550 (41 worldwide citation)

An internally mounted laser beam gun sight suitable for use in automatic pistols is provided by replacing the conventional recoil spring guide rod with a hollow tube having substantially the same exterior shape and dimensions, but containing a laser beam generation module, batteries and an on/off sw ...


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Larry Moore, Keith D Halsey: Internal laser sight for weapons. May 30, 1995: US05419072 (36 worldwide citation)

An internally mounted laser beam gun sight suitable for use in automatic pistols is provided by replacing the conventional recoil spring guide rod with a hollow tube having substantially the same exterior shape and dimensions, but containing a laser beam generation module, batteries and an on/off sw ...


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Timothy P Butler, Javier Berrios, Steve Beckhardt, Robert W Hamlin, Larry Moore, David Puleston, Leonid Mats: Methods and systems of a multiple radio frequency network node RFID tag. Tego, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, John A Monocello III, Robert J Nortrup, October 2, 2012: US08279065 (34 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of the present invention improved capabilities are described for a Radio Frequency ID (RFID) tag that contains multiple Radio Frequency (RF) network nodes that may include memory storage for the RFID tag, the memory storage may include one time programmable (OTP) memory and many time ...


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Timothy P Butler, Javier Berrios, Steve Beckhardt, Robert W Hamlin, Larry Moore, David Puleston, Leonid Mats: Methods and systems of a multiple radio frequency network node RFID tag. Tego, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, John A Monocello III, August 14, 2012: US08242908 (32 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of the present invention improved capabilities are described for a Radio Frequency ID (RFID) tag that contains multiple Radio Frequency (RF) network nodes that may include memory storage for the RFID tag, the memory storage may include one time programmable (OTP) memory and many time ...


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Larry Moore: Weapon accessory mount. March 3, 1992: US05092071 (32 worldwide citation)

An accessory mount particularly well suited to a broad variety of weapons (e.g., Heckler & Koch firearms) comprises a plug portion that fits within the weapon accessory mounting hole and is radially expanded, e.g., by means of an interior mandrel, to provide large area, high friction, robust engagem ...


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Larry Moore: Flashlight and extension therefore. March 30, 1993: US05197796 (30 worldwide citation)

A conventional flashlight is modified to provide greater brightness by providing an extension tube between the base cap and the body of the flashlight. The extension holds one or more additional batteries so that a higher voltage and brighter bulb can be substituted for the original flashlight bulb. ...


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David Puleston, Timothy P Butler, Javier Berrios, Steve Beckhardt, Robert W Hamlin, Larry Moore, Leonid Mats: RFID drive management facility. TEGO, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, March 24, 2015: US08988223 (29 worldwide citation)

In embodiments of the present invention improved capabilities are described for managing RFID tags, where an RFID tag and associated RFID tag data are presented to a computing device through an RFID drive management facility as a seamless extension of a logical file system within the computing devic ...