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Paul Y Kim, John W Matthews: Accessory mounts for firearms. Surefire, David Weiss, May 24, 2005: US06895708 (109 worldwide citation)

An accessory mount for a firearm having a longitudinal barrel, a first support and a second support forwardly of the first support. The accessory mount includes a first longitudinal mount housing having a rear portion, the first housing positionable along the barrel with its rear portion supported b ...


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Paul Y Kim: Accessory mounts for firearms. Surefire, David Weiss, January 21, 2003: US06508027 (107 worldwide citation)

An accessory mount for a firearm, that may be quickly, easily and firmly secured to a firearm, and quickly and easily removed from the firearm. In combination with a firearm including a receiver, a barrel longitudinally extending from the receiver, and a lug secured to the firearm above the barrel, ...


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Paul Y Kim: Accessory mounts for firearms. Surefire, David Weiss, August 24, 2004: US06779288 (91 worldwide citation)

An accessory mount for a firearm, and a method for installing the accessory mount to the firearm. In combination with the firearm including a longitudinal barrel, a rear support and a front support, the accessory mount includes a first semicylindrical mount housing having two longitudinal edges, an ...


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Paul Y Kim: Accessory mounts for shotguns and other firearms. Surefire, David Weiss, December 2, 2003: US06655069 (80 worldwide citation)

Accessory mounts for firearms, including a combined handgrip and accessory mount for a shotgun, as well as detachably securable rails and modified Picatinny rails for mounting accessories to shotguns and other firearms.


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Paul Y Kim, William A Hunt: Brightness controllable flashlights. SureFire, David Weiss, January 11, 2005: US06841941 (60 worldwide citation)

Flashlights having selectively controllable brightness levels, preferred embodiments of which comprise in combination: a battery; a switch having an OFF position not connected to the battery, a first ON position connected to the battery, and a second ON position connected to the battery; an electric ...


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Paul Y Kim: Accessory devices for firearms. Surefire, David Weiss, October 10, 2006: US07117624 (55 worldwide citation)

An accessory device for being mounted to a longitudinal rail carried by a firearm and accommodating longitudinal rails of different configurations. A preferred embodiment comprises a light beam generator including a housing, elongate members removably secured to the housing and complementing the rai ...


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Paul Y Kim: Flashlight with adjustable color selector switch. Surefire, Bennet K Langlotz, Langlotz Patent Works, November 13, 2007: US07293893 (47 worldwide citation)

A flashlight having an elongated body having opposed first and second ends. A first lamp is a high-intensity variable brightness white light source located at the first end. A number of additional lamps are positioned at the first end. The additional lamps include at least two different output wavel ...


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John W Matthews, Paul Y Kim: Accessory devices for firearms. Surefire, David Weiss, September 22, 2009: US07591098 (37 worldwide citation)

An accessory device for being mounted to a longitudinal rail carried by a firearm and accommodating longitudinal rails of different configurations. A preferred embodiment comprises a light beam generator including a housing, elongate members removably secured to the housing and complementing the rai ...


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Paul Y Kim: Object-attaching clip. Surefire, October 9, 2007: US07278764 (36 worldwide citation)

A clip enables an object, such as a flashlight, to be held onto a support, such as a belt. The object body, such as a flashlight barrel, has an extended surface along which an elongated portion of the clip extends. A body-holding portion holds the clip to the body and defines an object-to-support ho ...


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John W Matthews, Paul Y Kim: Light beam modifier devices. Surefire, David Weiss, July 13, 2004: US06761467 (33 worldwide citation)

A light beam modifier device for attachment to a light beam generator apparatus such as a flashlight or a weapon light. The light beam modifier includes an easily operable clamp for facilitating securement and removal of the light beam modifier device to and from the light generator. The device prov ...