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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick, Stephen Charles Hines: Modular gunstock. Geoffrey E Dobbin, November 25, 2003: US06651371 (75 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a modular stock system for rifles. The system replaces the rifle's buffer tube with a modified one containing a mount for a constant cheek weld and a rail track for adjustment. A hind portion then mounts on the replacement buffer tube. The hind portion is interchangeabl ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick, Stephen Charles Hines: Modular gunstock. Geoffrey E Dobbin, April 5, 2005: US06874267 (37 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a modular stock system for rifles. The system replaces the rifle's buffer tube with a modified one containing a mount for a constant cheek weld and a rail track for adjustment. A stock module then mounts on the replacement buffer tube. The stock module is interchangeable dep ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick, Stephen Charles Hines: Modular gunstock. Geoffrey E Dobbin, June 28, 2011: US07966760 (22 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a modular stock system for rifles. The system replaces the rifle's buffer tube with a modified one containing a mount for a constant cheek weld and a rail track for adjustment. A stock module then mounts on the replacement buffer tube. The stock module is interchangeable dep ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick: Magazine grip. Geoffrey E Dobbin, April 10, 2001: US06212815 (14 worldwide citation)

A magazine grip attachment for ammunition magazines to aid in extraction of magazines from ammunition pouches comprising a sleeve of resilient material molded in the general shape of a magazine yet with a smaller inner circumference than the circumference of a magazine so as to require the band to s ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick: Ammunition magazines with integral handles. Geoffrey E Dobbin, June 15, 2004: US06748689 (7 worldwide citation)

Integral extensions to aid in the extraction of ammunition magazines from ammunition pouches are provided in three embodiments. In this embodiment, the sides of an ammunition magazine are extended, either by molding or affixing a handle directly to the sides of the magazine, to provide a handle. Thi ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick: Magazine extraction grips. Geoffrey E Dobbin, October 21, 2003: US06634131 (7 worldwide citation)

A magazine grip attachment for ammunition magazines to aid in extraction of a magazine from ammunition pouches comprising a sleeve of resilient material molded in the general shape of a magazine yet with a smaller inner circumference than the circumference of a magazine so as to require the band to ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick: Integral magazine extraction extensions. Geoffrey E Dobbin, February 13, 2007: US07174666 (2 worldwide citation)

Integral extensions to aid in the extraction of ammunition magazines from ammunition pouches are provided by permanently attaching a handle to existing or modified floor plates. In one embodiment, a substitute floor plate is molded with a handle projecting from its outer face. In a second embodiment ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick: Integral magazine extraction extensions. Geoffrey E Dobbin, April 24, 2007: US07207131 (2 worldwide citation)

Integral extensions to aid in the extraction of ammunition magazines from ammunition pouches are provided by permanently attaching a handle to existing or modified floor plates. In one embodiment, a substitute floor plate is molded with a handle projecting from its outer face. In a second embodiment ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick, Stephen Charles Hines: Modular gunstock. Geoffrey E Dobbin Patent Attorney, March 25, 2004: US20040055200-A1

The present invention is a modular stock system for rifles. The system replaces the rifle's buffer tube with a modified one containing a mount for a constant cheek weld and a rail track for adjustment. A stock module then mounts on the replacement buffer tube. The stock module is interchangeable dep ...


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Richard Mark Fitzpatrick, Stephen Charles Hines: Modular gunstock. Geoffrey E Dobbin, January 29, 2004: US20040016167-A1

The present invention is a modular stock system for rifles. The system replaces the rifle's buffer tube with a modified one containing a mount for a constant cheek weld and a rail track for adjustment. A stock module then mounts on the replacement buffer tube. The stock module is interchangeable dep ...