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Mark J Krauss: Cord release buckle. American Cord & Webbing Co, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kuncz Levy Eisele & Richard, January 10, 1995: US05379496 (57 worldwide citation)

A cord release buckle includes a cylindrical female member with a central bore and diametrically opposed openings and a cylindrical male member having a pair of spring arms having a hooked head at their free ends. The male member is adapted to be inserted into the female member until the heads of th ...


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Mark J Krauss: Side-release buckle with accidental release guard. American Cord & Webbing, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele and Richard, September 8, 1992: US05144725 (48 worldwide citation)

A buckle is provided which includes a male portion and a female portion. The male portion includes inwardly deformable spring arms with detent protuberances. The detent protuberances engage detent apertures within detent recesses on lateral sides of the female portion. Lateral release guards are for ...


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Mark J Krauss: Buckle having improved web securement. American Cord & Webbing Co, Marvin Feldman, July 2, 1985: US04525901 (48 worldwide citation)

A buckle for securing the free end of a web or band is provided with a cross-member of generally triangular cross-section having rounded corners and slightly curved sides, and being oriented to an upper surface having a sharp angle so that one corner of the cross-member is juxtaposed to the sharp an ...


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Mark J Krauss: Cord lock. American Cord & Webbing Co, Marvin Feldman, November 18, 1986: US04622723 (45 worldwide citation)

A molded plastic cord lock is formed of a molded generally rectilinear housing having a recess, and transverse through holes in the sides of the housing; and a molded insert having an integral plunger portion and W-shaped spring portion to be slidably received in the housing recess. The plunger has ...


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Mark J Krauss: Non-choking strain-reducing dog harness. American Cord & Webbing Co, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele & Richard, January 24, 1995: US05383426 (38 worldwide citation)

A dog harness has a collar having a front ring and at least one ring located at its free ends. A releasable buckle functions to releasably couple the collar free ends. A cord passes through the front ring and forms a pair of loops for disposition in the foreleg pits of a dog. A fastener at a cord fr ...


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Mark J Krauss: Side release buckle with increased holding strength. American Cord & Webbing Co, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele and Richard, April 14, 1998: US05737810 (37 worldwide citation)

A side release buckle has a female member and a male member which includes a central post that is received in a channel of the female member and a pair of spaced somewhat parallel flexible engagement or latching arms having protuberances or heads that have crescent shaped latching shoulders. The arm ...


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Mark J Krauss: Universal swivel snap hook assembly. American Cord & Webbing Co, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele and Richard, July 7, 1992: US05127137 (30 worldwide citation)

A universal swivel hook includes a U-shaped member with a bowed base to resist longitudinal forces from a web, and a hook arrangement coupled to the U-shaped member for connection to a hoop. The hook and U-shape member are connected to allow swiveling along two orthogonal axes. The U-shaped member a ...


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Mark J Krauss: Cord lock. American Cord & Webbing Co, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan and Kurucz, March 3, 1987: US04646394 (28 worldwide citation)

A cord lock includes a base and a pair of resilient jaws arranged to engage and lock into one or more cords. One of the jaws includes a handle arm for separating the jaws.


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Mark J Krauss: Non-choking strain-reducing dog harness. American Cord & Webbing Co, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele & Richard, July 5, 1994: US05325819 (27 worldwide citation)

A dog harness has a collar having a front ring and rings at each of its free ends. A releasable buckle functions to releasably couple the collar free ends. A cord passes through the rings and forms a pair of loops for disposition in the foreleg pits of a dog. A ring and fastener at the cord free end ...


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Mark J Krauss: Sliding bar buckle with opposing teeth. American Cord & Webbing Co, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele and Richard, June 23, 1992: US05123153 (23 worldwide citation)

A sliding bar buckle is provided with a grip base with an inwardly facing toothed surface. A strap retainer moves within transverse slots on legs formed integrally with said grip base so that a complementary toothed surface on the strap retainer engages the inwardly facing toothed surface so as to e ...