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Mathew A McPherson: Dual-feed single-cam compound bow. Bear Archery, Malina & Wolson, November 29, 1994: US05368006 (107 worldwide citation)

A cam is eccentrically journaled at one end of a compound archery bow and a pulley is journaled at the other end of the bow. A cable passes around the pulley to form a bowstring section and a second cable section, both sections forming a dual feed single cam compound bow. The amount of feed out to b ...


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Mathew A McPherson, Wade R Wilson: Strap system for carrying skates and shoes and method of use. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus PA, December 10, 1996: US05582337 (63 worldwide citation)

A strap system for carrying shoes when a skater is skating and skates when the skater is walking. The strap system comprises a first strap, having a first end and a second end and a first connecting mechanism for connecting the first and second ends of the first strap, which when connected create a ...


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Mathew A McPherson, Gary I Simonds: Bow vibration damper. Mathew A McPherson, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, May 7, 2002: US06382201 (58 worldwide citation)

A dampening device for an archery bow, the dampening device absorbing vibrational energy as the limbs of the bow return to a rest position from a drawn position, the dampening device comprising at least one counterweight mounted to a resilient member. The resilient member mounted to a dampening devi ...


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Mathew A McPherson, Gary L Simonds: Single cam crossbow having level nocking point travel. Mathew A McPherson, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, July 31, 2001: US06267108 (47 worldwide citation)

A crossbow with level nocking point travel comprises an inventive cam assembly having a first groove defining a primary string payout track, a second groove defining a secondary string payout track and a third groove defining a take-up track. The ratio of the length of the take-up track to the lengt ...


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Mathew A McPherson: Dual-feel single-cam compound bow. Bear Archery, Milton Wolson, September 3, 2002: US06443139 (41 worldwide citation)

A cam is eccentrically journaled at one end of a compound archery bow and a pulley is journaled at the other end of the bow. A cable passes around the pulley to form a bowstring section and a second cable section, both sections forming a dual feed single cam compound bow. The amount of feed out to b ...


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Mathew A McPherson, Gary L Simonds: Bow handle damper. Mathew McPherson, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, July 10, 2001: US06257220 (40 worldwide citation)

A dampening device for an archery bow, the dampening device absorbing vibrational energy as the limbs of the bow return to a rest position from a drawn position, the dampening device comprising at least one counterweight mounted to a resilient member. The resilient member mounted to a dampening devi ...


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Mathew A McPherson: Bow string vibration suppressor. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, November 22, 2005: US06966314 (36 worldwide citation)

A bowstring vibration and noise suppressor, the vibration and noise suppressor being carried by a support having an attachment device at an end of the support for attachment to a limb of an archery bow. The support carries the vibration and noise suppressor which is configured and arranged to suppre ...


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Mathew A McPherson: Compound archery bow system. April 28, 1987: US04660536 (35 worldwide citation)

A compound archery bow assembly having a cam wheel rotatably mounted at each end of the bow wherein each cam wheel includes an interior cam slot with a cam mounted therein which forms the supporting connection between the end portion of the bow and the cam wheel, whereby a maximum increment of drop- ...


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Mathew A McPherson: Round wheel cam. November 27, 2001: US06321736 (30 worldwide citation)

An archery bow includes a handle portion, an upper limb supported by the handle portion and a lower limb supported by the handle portion. A top pulley is rotatably mounted upon the upper limb for rotation about a first axle. The top pulley includes a pulley track. A bottom cam assembly is rotatably ...


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Mathew A McPherson, Gary L Simonds: Archery bow with force vectoring anchor. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus P A, September 20, 2011: US08020544 (25 worldwide citation)

In some embodiments, an archery bow comprises a rotatable member configured for rotation about a first rotatable member axis. A cable anchor is attached to the rotatable member and rotatable with respect to the rotatable member about an anchor axis. The anchor axis is offset from the rotatable membe ...