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Steck III William F: Mount for gunsight. W R Weaver Company, Motsko Donald R, Kieser H Samuel, Jones William W, September 10, 1974: US3834052 (58 worldwide citation)

A mount for securing a gunsight above the top of the receiver of a firearm, which mount is secured to the receiver by at least one pin which passes laterally through the receiver side walls upon which pin at least a portion of the action of the firearm is also mounted within the receiver. The mount ...


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Steck III William F: Gun sight. W R Weaver Company, October 24, 1972: US3700339 (26 worldwide citation)

A sight for use with a firearm which sight includes a flourescent reticle mounted in a holder which also carries a collimating lens operative to direct the image of the reticle along parallel lines to the eye of the shooter. The sight is sufficiently small, and is designed for use at a distance of t ...


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Steck III William F: Optical sight aligner. W R Weaver Company, January 16, 1973: US3711204 (13 worldwide citation)

A device for aligning the aiming point of a sight with the axis of a gun barrel includes a housing containing two aiming points which are capable of being made coincidental. Collimating means is focussed on one of the aiming points of the device, and image inverting and reverting optical means is fo ...


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Steck III William F: Reflex sighting device. W R Weaver Company, Motsko Donald R, Jones William W, September 16, 1975: US3905708 (12 worldwide citation)

A sighting device of the reflex or infinity type which is non-magnifying and which provides a collimated reticle image superimposed on the field of view. The reticle is a compound member having a first part illuminated by surrounding ambient light and a second part illuminated by down range ambient ...


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Steck III William F: Sighting device. W R Weaver Company, Motsko Donald R, Jones William W, July 29, 1975: US3897158 (5 worldwide citation)

A sighting device for use, for example, with a shotgun, the device employing a reticle of fluorescent acrylic polymer disposed out of the field of view. The image of the reticle is projected into the field of view by a preferably dichroic partial reflector. Windage and elevation adjustments are incl ...