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Gary D Aigner: Toy guns. Strombecker Corporation, Jones Day Reavis & Pogue, February 8, 1994: US05283970 (174 worldwide citation)

Toy guns are disclosed which are capable of simultaneously generating light and sound effects, having rotating a barrel assembly, creating vibrations in the body of the toy gun and operating a rapid indexing and cap firing mechanism. The rotating barrels, the cap indexing and firing mechanism and th ...


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Dennis J Tippmann: Automatic feed marking pellet gun. Roger M Rickert, April 11, 1989: US04819609 (158 worldwide citation)

A compressed gas powered marking gun for firing marking pellets and similar projectiles each of which is generally spherical and sufficiently fragile so as to break upon impact with a target is disclosed including a compressed gas source, a projectile supply magazine containing a plurality of projec ...


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Richard E Swan: Modular sleeve. John P McGonagle, December 10, 2002: US06490822 (142 worldwide citation)

A Swan universal receiver sleeve attached to the top of a firearm upper receiver and extended forward above the firearm barrel to a position just short of the firearm front sight. The underside of the rear portion of the sleeve is fixedly attached to the receiver top. The underside of the forward po ...


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David J E Nama: Mount for rifle. Havis Shields Equipment Corporation, Zachary T Wobensmith III, March 30, 1993: US05198600 (111 worldwide citation)

A mount for rifles is provided, located under the barrel to allow the rifles to carry accessories such as lights, lasers, grenade and flare launchers thereon which mount fits existing rifle configurations without modification to the basic rifle components.


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Paul Y Kim, John W Matthews: Accessory mounts for firearms. Surefire, David Weiss, May 24, 2005: US06895708 (102 worldwide citation)

An accessory mount for a firearm having a longitudinal barrel, a first support and a second support forwardly of the first support. The accessory mount includes a first longitudinal mount housing having a rear portion, the first housing positionable along the barrel with its rear portion supported b ...


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John L Plaster, Garth L Choate: User configurable sniper rifle stock. Choate Machine & Tool Co, Jerry L Mahurin, January 27, 1998: US05711102 (99 worldwide citation)

Our integral user configurable sniper rifle stock comprises a wide forearm and a relatively narrow carry portion extending rearwardly from the forearm. An action mounting portion extends rearwardly from the carry portion. An angled relatively vertical, stippled grip extends rearwardly and downwardly ...


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Richard E Swan: Modular sleeve yoke. John P McGonagle, December 31, 2002: US06499245 (98 worldwide citation)

A Swan universal receiver sleeve attached to the top of a firearm upper receiver and extended forward above the firearm barrel to a position just short of the firearm front sight. The underside of the rear portion of the sleeve is fixedly attached to the receiver top. The underside of the forward po ...


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Henry J Tatro: Rifle handguard assembly having outer shell with outer and inner liners. Colt, Richard A Dornon, May 12, 1987: US04663875 (94 worldwide citation)

A generally round handguard assembly (10) for a rifle barrel (18) has substantially identical bottom and top mating sections (26, 28). The handguard assembly has a shell with an upper and lower row of vent holes (36) formed by two shell sections (31), an outer liner, formed by two outer liner sectio ...


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Donald C Carey: Gun stock assembly with coordinated comb and recoil. Eugene D Farley, July 16, 1991: US05031348 (92 worldwide citation)

A shoulder gun stock assembly has a comb piece coordinated with a shoulder piece and an associated recoil assembly. The comb piece and shoulder piece remain stationary during shooting while the recoil assembly absorbs the recoil. The comb piece provides a stationary cheek rest which eliminates the c ...


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Robert Hudson Garrett, Sandy Alexander Garrett Jr: Sling attachment hardware for firearms. July 29, 2003: US06598330 (90 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to hardware used to secure slings to firearms. In particular, to hardware used to secure slings to firearms like that of the M16A2 and M4 Carbine that are fitted with a Picatinny type rail and collapsible buttstock. A wedge/yoke assembly is used to secure an end of a sl ...



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