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Nicanor D Lotuaco III: Dual-pressure electronic paintball gun. Brass Eagle, Banner & Witcoff, March 9, 1999: US05878736 (80 worldwide citation)

A gas-powered paintball gun has two pressure regulators which supply two different gas pressures for gun operation: a lower-pressure gas for quickly but gently loading balls into the chamber of the gun, and a high-pressure gas for consistently and efficiently propelling balls out of the barrel. A fu ...


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Robert A Williams: Paint ball gun. Arthur F Zobal, April 9, 1996: US05505188 (80 worldwide citation)

A bolt having an opening formed therethrough is slidably located in the bore of the gun. The bolt is held in a rear position by a sear with the bolt opening closed by a valve which extends into the bolt opening and engages a rear facing bolt seat. A passageway extends into the bolt opening by way of ...


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Jerrold M Dobbins, Joseph M Dobbins: Compressed gas powered gun. Ken J Pedersen, Barbara S Pedersen, March 12, 1996: US05497758 (78 worldwide citation)

A compressed gas powered gun having a spring biased slider reciprocally moveable within the breech of the gun; the slider being released by a trigger from a cocked position to a firing position. The slider includes a hammer provided with a roller having a beveled contact surface for engaging a verti ...


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Nicanor D Lotuaco III: Dual-pressure electronic paintball gun. Brass Eagle, Foley & Lardner, May 23, 2000: US06065460 (76 worldwide citation)

A gas-powered paintball gun has two pressure regulators which supply two different gas pressures for gun operation: a lower-pressure gas for quickly but gently loading balls into the chamber of the gun, and a high-pressure gas for consistently and efficiently propelling balls out of the barrel. A fu ...


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Brian E Sullivan: Gas powered repeating gun. Sheldon & Mak, June 30, 1998: US05771875 (76 worldwide citation)

A gas powered repeating gun capable of firing projectiles with compressed gas comprising a stock section; a central section attached to the stock section; a barrel section attached to the central section; a barrel disposed within the barrel section; the barrel having a proximal and a distal end; a b ...


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Aldo Perrone: Semi-automatic gun. Daisy Manufacturing Company, Banner & Allegretti, June 3, 1997: US05634456 (76 worldwide citation)

A gun suitable for firing paintballs or pellets using compressed gas having an elongate breech section with a longitudinal passageway formed therein and a handle and barrel connected thereto. A hammer is slidably mounted in the passageway and a spring biases the hammer to a forward, firing position. ...


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John Ronald Rice, Nicholas John Marks: Paintball guns. NPF, Christie Parker & Hale, November 6, 2001: US06311682 (75 worldwide citation)

An electronically controlled pneumatic paintball gun, comprising means for monitoring and/or controlling one or more parameters of the gun's operation and alphanumeric display means for displaying data related to said monitoring or control on a display panel integral with the gun.


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Aldo Perrone: Breech construction for air gun. Brass Eagle, Wegner Cantor Mueller & Player, January 7, 1992: US05078118 (75 worldwide citation)

An air gun for firing pellets having a unique aluminum breech formed by extrusion. Extending through the breech is a main, large longitudinal passageway in which the hammer mechanism and gas valve system is arranged. A smaller longitudinal passageway for compressed gas is located at one side of the ...


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Brian Sullivan: Gas powered gun. Denton L Anderson, November 2, 1993: US05257614 (74 worldwide citation)

What is provided is an improved gas-powered gun for projecting lightweight projectiles, such as paint balls. Like guns presently available on the market, the gun of the invention has a handle, a barrel, a projectile chamber within the barrel, a bolt disposed within the barrel immediately rearward of ...


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Hale James C: Compressed gas gun with trigger operated hammer release latching structure. Victor Complometer Corporation, Klass Esq Bruce G, January 29, 1974: US3788298 (74 worldwide citation)

A gun operable by compressed gas held in a storage chamber by a selectively releasable valve and having valve operating structure comprising: a bolt member manually movable between a firing position and a loading position, a hammer member releasably held to the bolt member in the firing position aga ...



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