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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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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Kukuk: Multi-functional law enforcement tool. Craig Kukuk, February 28, 2006: US07004597 (11 worldwide citation)

The invention is a multifunctional law enforcement tool, which preferably includes several of the tools needed by law enforcement and security personnel. In one embodiment the multifunctional tool comprising an extendable baton, flashlight, stun gun, glass breaker, and deterrent spray canister and I ...


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Craig Allen
Jeremy Aaron Abel, Satyajit Deb, Thomas Michael McKeon, Steven Michael Schennum, Craig Allen White: Touch sensitive flashlight. Creata Retail, D Peter Hochberg, Sean Mellino, February 6, 2007: US07172313 (5 worldwide citation)

A flashlight having a non-conductive housing, an electric power source, a light source, and two nodes disposed on external surfaces of the non-conductive housing, wherein the flashlight is adapted to allow electric current to flow from the power source through the light source when both of the two n ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Kukuk: Multi-functional law enforcement tool. Craig Kukuk, November 7, 2002: US20020163799-A1

The invention is a multifunctional law enforcement tool, which preferably includes several of the tools needed by law enforcement and security personnel. In one embodiment the Multifunctional tool comprising an extendable baton, flashlight, stun gun, glass breaker and deterrent spray canister within ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Kukuk: Multi-functional law enforcement tool. Craig Kukuk, September 23, 2004: US20040184260-A1

The invention is a multifunctional law enforcement tool, which 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 taser a ...


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Craig Allen
Jeremy Aaron Abel, Satyajit Deb, Thomas Michael McKeon, Steven Michael Schennum, Craig Allen White: Touch sensitive flashlight. D Peter Hochberg Co Lpa, August 3, 2006: US20060171142-A1

A flashlight having a non-conductive housing, an electric power source, a light source, and two nodes disposed on external surfaces of the non-conductive housing, wherein the flashlight is adapted to allow electric current to flow from the power source through the light source when both of the two n ...


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Gary A Lebens, Charles T Bourn, Charles A Lemaire: Method and apparatus for an L.E.D. flashlight. PPT Vision, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, August 1, 2000: US06095661 (369 worldwide citation)

Improved method and apparatus for hand-held portable illumination. A flashlight and corresponding method are described. The flashlight includes a housing, a plurality of LEDs, and an electrical circuit that selectively applies power from the DC voltage source to the LED units, wherein the flashlight ...


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Kevin McDermott: Flashlight for covert applications. November 10, 1992: US05161879 (207 worldwide citation)

A flashlight for security personnel has a gravity actuated switch for application of electrical power to multiple lamps to enable the projection of light in downward directions to illuminate multicolored working surfaces and to inhibit the projection of light in horizontal and other directions where ...


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Anthony Maglica: Flashlight. Paul L Gardner, August 25, 1981: US04286311 (166 worldwide citation)

A rugged, heavy duty flashlight which is hermetically sealed to prevent intrusion of moisture and dirt. A manually operable electric switch is provided having a rotary contact to complete the battery circuit to the bulb. When the switch is actuated the rotary contact is moved axially to engage stati ...


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Anthony Maglica: Variable light beam flashlight and recharging unit. Mag Instrument, Paul L Gardner, June 14, 1983: US04388673 (165 worldwide citation)

The flashlight of the invention includes an improved mechanism for selectively varying the light beam intensity and area. The mechanism includes a cam member, and abutting head and outer switch housing shoulders, which enable movement of the bulb forwardly and rearwardly relative to the light reflec ...



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