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Wesley L Snyder: Laser aiming system for weapons. Arnold White & Durkee, May 31, 1977: US04026054 (88 worldwide citation)

A laser aiming system for attachment to a conventional firearm such as a pistol, rifle or shotgun is disclosed, which system utilizes a laser to project a beam of a coherent light onto a target at a given range to indicate the impact point of a projectile fired from a weapon. The laser aiming system ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Sighting apparatus for firearms. March 21, 1978: US04079534 (54 worldwide citation)

Sighting apparatus for attachment to a conventional firearm having a laser for projecting a beam of light onto a target to assist in aiming the firearm. The sighting apparatus permits the laser to be releasably attached to the firearm by providing a shockproof mount which carries the laser and is re ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Laser aiming device with lateral shock absorber. Arnold White & Durkee, October 20, 1981: US04295289 (44 worldwide citation)

An aiming system for attachment to a weapon has a laser for projecting a beam of light onto a target to assist in aiming the weapon. The aiming system permits the laser to be releasably attached to the firearm by providing a mount which is releasably attached to an adapter secured to the aiming syst ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Aiming system for weapons. Arnold White & Durkee, July 17, 1979: US04161076 (39 worldwide citation)

An aiming system for attachment to a weapon having a laser for projecting a beam of light onto a target to assist in aiming the weapon. The aiming system permits the laser to be releasably attached to the firearm by providing a mount which is releasably attached to an adapter secured to the aiming s ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Aiming system for weapons. Arnold White & Durkee, September 25, 1979: US04168588 (37 worldwide citation)

An aiming system for attachment to a weapon having a laser for projecting a beam of light onto a target to assist in aiming the weapon. The aiming system permits the laser to be releasably attached to the firearm by providing a mount which is releasably attached to an adapter secured to the aiming s ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Windage and elevation mechanism for laser aimed weapons. Arnold White & Durkee, July 15, 1980: US04212109 (25 worldwide citation)

A windage and elevation mechanism is disclosed for use on a laser aimed weapon. A laser device may be enclosed in a dust proof housing and controlled by an axial shaft rigidly connected to the housing and further movably connected to an adjusting mechanism as a bearing for example. The bearing is lo ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Laser-aiming system with means for electrical arc suppression. Arnold White & Durkee, September 14, 1982: US04348828 (19 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a laser-aiming system having a means for suppressing electrical arcing and corona. The aiming system includes a light source, a member for supporting the light source having fill ports with valving mechanisms, and a buffer system for protecting the light source upon recoil of the weapon ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Solar distillation apparatus. Arnold White & Durkee, June 30, 1981: US04276122 (17 worldwide citation)

A solar distillation unit is disclosed capable of operating entirely off solar radiation and intended for large scale industrial use offshore. A lens focusing system housed within an enclosed shell focuses the incident radiation from the sun on a heating element. Saltwater or contaminated fresh wate ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Distillation apparatus with solar tracker. Arnold White & Durkee, April 20, 1982: US04325788 (12 worldwide citation)

A solar distillation unit is disclosed capable of operating entirely off solar radiation and intended for large scale industrial use offshore. A lens focusing system housed within an enclosed shell focuses the incident radiation from the sun on a heating element. Saltwater or contaminated fresh wate ...


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Wesley L Snyder: Anti-surge liquid transporting apparatus. Arnold White & Durkee, December 30, 1980: US04241755 (8 worldwide citation)

A liquid transport container unit carried by a vehicle for transporting liquid products such as water or gasoline is disclosed, such unit utilizing an elongated base section positioned parallel to the direction of movement of the vehicle. This base section contains an internal chamber for containing ...