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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Kukuk: Multi-functional law enforcement tool. Craig Kukuk, December 26, 2006: US07152990 (14 worldwide citation)

A multifunctional law enforcement tool, preferably includes several of the tools needed by law enforcement and security personnel. In one embodiment the multifunctional tool comprising a flashlight, stun gun, deterrent spray, glass breaker, I.D. holder, deterrent spray stun and cartridge housings. T ...


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William G Zaenglein Jr: Shooting simulating process and training device using a virtual reality display screen. Rudnick & Wolfe, June 24, 1997: US05641288 (373 worldwide citation)

A user friendly shooting simulating process and training system are provided to more accurately and reliably detect the impact time and location in which a projectile shot from a shotgun, rifle, pistol or other weapon, hits a moving target. Desirably, the shooting simulating process and training sys ...


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Kuipers Jack: Object tracking and orientation determination means, system and process. Price Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, February 25, 1975: US3868565 (286 worldwide citation)

A field (e.g., a magnetic field) which nutates about a pointing vector is used to both track or locate an object in addition to determining the relative orientation of this object. Apparatus for generating such a field includes mutually orthogonal coils and circuitry for supplying an unmodulated car ...


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Werner H Egli, Dennis Kuhlmann, Jack E Wier: Helmet-mounted sighting system. Honeywell, Trevor B Joike, September 8, 1981: US04287809 (164 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic system for determining the orientation including position of a helmet worn by a pilot is disclosed, having a transmitting antenna for transmitting electromagnetic field vectors, a receiving antenna for sensing the electromagnetic field vectors, a control apparatus responsive to th ...


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Robin H Hines, Michael R Glasscock, D Bruce Johnson, Paul L Plummer: Laser archery distance device. Quantime, Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 28, 1988: US04753528 (158 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for determining distance from a bow to a target at which the bow is aimed in which a beam of collimated light from a laser is directed to the target and reflected to a linear photosensitive element mounted on the bow. The element and laser are positioned on the bow so that the ...


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Richard L K Woodland: Sonotube compatible unmanned aerial vehicle and system. Roddy M Bullock, May 2, 2000: US06056237 (151 worldwide citation)

The present invention is generally comprised of a sonotube-compatible unmanned aerial vehicle apparatus, hereinafter referred to as a UAV, and systems for launch and control of the UAV. The UAV is generally comprised of modular sections including a nose section, a payload section, a wing and fuel ta ...


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Aurelius A Mooney deceased, by Virginia R Mooney personal representative, Edward P Schmitter, Richard Baker: Universal mount for rifle. Michael A Mann P A, January 7, 1997: US05590484 (143 worldwide citation)

A universal mount for a rifle comprises an upper rail having a plurality of traverse ribs running from the back of the upper receiver to the gas block, and a hand guard surrounding the barrel. The hand guard has side mounts allowing the addition of accessory devices such as flashlights and laser sig ...


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Robert A Ruszkowski Jr: Portable target locator system. General Dynamics Corporation, Andrew J Dillon, August 14, 1990: US04949089 (130 worldwide citation)

A portable target locator system capable of being transported and utilized by an individual combatant is disclosed. The portable target locator system comprises a rifle-like target locator and a transmitter/modem capable of transmitting target location coordinates to a weapons delivery system. The r ...


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Acie J Johnson, Glenn W Prentice: Modular laser aiming system. Emerging Technologies, Stephen D Carver, July 23, 1991: US05033219 (126 worldwide citation)

The modular aiming device comprises an elongated laser module operatively linked to a rechargeable power pack module. Rigid, quick-release clamps permit the hunter to mount the device alternatively upon an existing dove-tail scope mount or upon a pre-mounted optical telescope sight. A plurality of a ...


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Richard E Swan: Extended rigid frame receiver sleeve. John P McGonagle, September 6, 1994: US05343650 (124 worldwide citation)

An extended rigid interface frame with upper and lower rails joined to a firearm receiver and extending forward above the firearm's barrel to a head assembly replacing the firearm's normal front sight. A weaver type interface return portion is provided below the barrel from the head assembly to the ...



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