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David R Hall, H Tracy Hall Jr, Christian L Lauridsen: Burnishing diamond. Megadiamond, Christie Parker & Hale, May 5, 1987: US04662348 (113 worldwide citation)

Scratch-free polished diamond is obtained by rubbing a surface of the diamond to be polished against a smooth complementary diamond surface with sufficient pressure and velocity to heat the surface being polished above the spontaneous thermal degradation temperature of the diamond. Such a method can ...


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Toy automatic repeating pea pistol. Percy Harold Hurst, June 11, 1925: GB234995-A (113 worldwide citation)

234,995. Hurst, P. H. June 4, 1924. Pistols.-In a toy repeating pea pistol, a member 9 actuated by a trigger 7 presses back a striker member 12, until the striker is displaced laterally by engagement with an inclined surface 14. Peas from a magazine 2 are held back by an extension 12D of the striker ...


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David W Bell: Paintball loader having active feed mechanism. CM Support, Haynes and Boone L, October 6, 1998: US05816232 (112 worldwide citation)

An active feed loader for a paintball gun. The active feed loader includes a generally horizontal interior passageway or channel having a first end in communication with an interior space of the housing where paintballs are housed. A rotatable paddle positioned in the interior space forces paintball ...


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Roderick L Bell, David W Bell: Jam-free bulk loader for a paintball gun. CM Support, Konnecker Bush & Hitt, February 1, 1994: US05282454 (109 worldwide citation)

An essentially jam-free bulk loader for a semi-automatic paintball gun includes a storage housing positionable above the gun infeed opening and adapted to hold a quantity of paintballs to be gravity fed to and fired by the gun. Extending downwardly from a bottom outlet opening in the housing is a fe ...


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David L Smith, Raymond S Gaston, William M Gardner Jr, Adam Gardner: Pneumatically operated projectile launching device. Smart Parts, Cohen & Grisby P C, March 14, 2000: US06035843 (101 worldwide citation)

The pneumatically operated projectile launching device is preferably comprised of three principal elements: a body which houses and interconnects all of the pneumatic components and also houses the electrical power source, a grip mounted to the body which includes an electrical switch that activates ...


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Andrew J Greenwell: Semiautomatic paint ball gun. Jacobson Price Holman & Stern, October 31, 1995: US05462042 (101 worldwide citation)

A CO.sub.2 powered paint ball gun is provided operative to three times expand CO.sub.2 gas as it is extracted from a container of liquid CO.sub.2 and ducted to a position behind a paint ball disposed in the barrel of said gun. The gun includes three adjustments by which the velocity of the discharge ...


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William M Gardner Jr: Pneumatically operated projectile launching device. Smart Parts, Titus & McConomy, October 19, 1999: US05967133 (100 worldwide citation)

The pneumatically operated projectile launching device is preferably comprised of three principal elements: a body which houses and interconnects all of the pneumatic components and also houses the electrical power source, a grip mounted to the body which includes an electrical switch that activates ...


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David R Pacholok: Vehicle disabling device and method. Mathew R P Perrone Jr, April 2, 1996: US05503059 (97 worldwide citation)

A vehicle disabling device is positioned under a vehicle desired to be stopped, sends a capacitive discharge therethrough, and disables at least one electric system of the vehicle.


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William M Gardner Jr: Improved barrel for paintball gun. Smart Parts, Cindrich & Titus, July 20, 1993: US05228427 (96 worldwide citation)

An improved barrel for guns which do not have standard internal rifling is disclosed. The barrel has a plurality of apertures which extend a first longitudinal distance along the barrel from the muzzle end toward the breech end. The apertures may define a pair of parallel helixes. The sum of the cro ...


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Alexander S Edelman: Pneumatic weapon with pressure reduction valves. Blum Kaplan, September 13, 1988: US04770153 (94 worldwide citation)

A pneumatic gun has a hollow cylindrical bolt which moves in a housing, being spring-biased to a cocked position. The bolt has a pressure inlet which is coupled to an outlet so that, when air under pressure is supplied to the inlet, the pressure and the drag of the air passing through the bolt urges ...



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