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David R Hall, H Tracy Hall Jr, Christian L Lauridsen: Burnishing diamond. Megadiamond, Christie Parker & Hale, May 5, 1987: US04662348 (115 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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David W Bell: Paintball loader having active feed mechanism. CM Support, Haynes and Boone L, October 6, 1998: US05816232 (114 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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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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Roderick L Bell, David W Bell: Jam-free bulk loader for a paintball gun. CM Support, Konnecker Bush & Hitt, February 1, 1994: US05282454 (110 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 (102 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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William M Gardner Jr: Pneumatically operated projectile launching device. Smart Parts, Titus & McConomy, October 19, 1999: US05967133 (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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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 (97 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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William M Gardner Jr: Pneumatically operated projectile launching device. Smart Parts, Titus & McConomy, March 16, 1999: US05881707 (94 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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