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Mark C Larue: Adjustable throw-lever picatinny rail clamp. James L Jackson, September 25, 2007: US07272904 (58 worldwide citation)

A throw-lever releasable mounting system for mounting a device in quick-release relation to a support member has a mounting base having a configuration fitting opposed angulated rail surfaces and having a locator key engaging a positioning slot of the rail. Each mounting base provides for mounting a ...


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Mark C LaRue: Pivot mount for firearm sighting devices. James L Jackson, March 22, 2011: US07908782 (27 worldwide citation)

A pivot mount base is assembled to or removed from the sight mounting rail of a firearm by a lever actuated cam energized rail clamping mechanism. The pivot mount base supports and provides for rotational and linear movement of a pivot shaft. A pivot shaft locator pin extending transversely through ...


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Mark C Larue: Suppressor for attachment to firearm barrel. James L Jackson, August 20, 2013: US08511425 (24 worldwide citation)

A suppressor mechanism has an elongate tubular housing containing baffles and into which is assembled a suppressor mount body having spaced thread sections and spaced tapered gas seal surfaces. An adapter/muzzle brake member defines an internally threaded section that establishes threaded connection ...


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Mark C LaRue: Aiming sight mount. James J Leary, Patrick T Reilly, Carol D Titus, February 22, 2000: US06026580 (15 worldwide citation)

A gun sight mount is provided that enables the accurate and secure positioning of an optical sighting device onto a weapon or other equipment. The mount includes a base and a front and rear ring assemblies. The base is attached at at least two points to the weapon or equipment. The separate front an ...


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Mark C Larue: Hand-guard / barrel nut clamp assembly for tactical firearm. James L Jackson, December 6, 2011: US08069604 (15 worldwide citation)

A hand-guard and barrel nut clamping assembly for tactical firearms and other mechanical equipment that is subject to frequent or sustained vibration or shock, such as when a firearm is subjected to sustained rapid fire and/or the firearm is handled roughly. A small generally half-moon shaped anti-r ...


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Mark C Larue: Firearm having capability for field assembly and disassembly. James L Jackson, January 13, 2015: US08931196 (14 worldwide citation)

A firearm having modular components that can be assembled under field conditions, by using simple tools. Upper and lower receivers are assembled by pins and a barrel and gas tube are secured to the upper receiver by a barrel nut. Mounting flanges of the upper receiver and a handguard are secured in ...


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Mark C Larue: Firearm barrel having multiple ports and port selector. James L Jackson, March 12, 2013: US08393259 (12 worldwide citation)

A cartridge gas port selector mechanism for a firearm barrel having a plurality of gas ports extending from the barrel bore and having a gas block with gas passages in communication with a gas tube. A selector valve member is movable within the gas block between an open condition permitting flow of ...


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Mark C Larue: Pivot mount for firearm sighting devices and accessories. James L Jackson, August 20, 2013: US08510983 (10 worldwide citation)

A pivot mount base is assembled to or removed from the sight mounting rail of a firearm by a lever actuated cam energized rail clamping mechanism. A pivot shaft is fixed within an axially oriented pivot passage of the mount base and defines spaced external bearing surfaces. A pivotal accessory suppo ...


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Mark C Larue: Firearm sound and flash suppressor having low pressure discharge. James L Jackson, November 22, 2016: US09500427 (9 worldwide citation)

A firearm noise suppressor and flash hider device having a tubular housing having left hand threaded components. A suppressor mount securing and aligning the tubular housing relative to a firearm barrel. A number of propellant gas handling members within the housing define aligned projectile ports a ...


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Mark C Larue: Bar feeder for machining center. James L Jackson, Andrews & Kurth, May 6, 2003: US06557443 (8 worldwide citation)

A bar stock feeder and support mechanism for an automated machining center having a control system and a method for operation thereof. A work positioning structure is removably mounted to a work support and positioning table of an automated machining center and has a bar feeder top plate. Mechanized ...