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Wesley L Snyder: Sighting apparatus for firearms. March 21, 1978: US04079534 (54 worldwide citation)

Sighting apparatus for attachment to a conventional firearm having a laser for projecting a beam of light onto a target to assist in aiming the firearm. The sighting apparatus permits the laser to be releasably attached to the firearm by providing a shockproof mount which carries the laser and is re ...


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Lawrence Eldon Kendall: Laser bore sight. Acu Sight, Mark Zovko, August 4, 1998: US05787631 (40 worldwide citation)

A laser sighting apparatus for firearms having a laser module disposed in a cartridge-shaped housing with the same bore as the firearm. The laser module is adjustable so as to consistently produce a red dot on a target from a laser beam running through the bore of the firearm. The crosshairs of a co ...


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Amigues Albert: Improvements in or relating to sighting apparatus for firearms and particularly for machine guns.. Amigues Albert, January 27, 1919: GB113093-A (1 worldwide citation)

113,093. Amigues, A. Oct. 3, 1916, [Convention date]. Sights.-Relates to sighting-telescopes and mountings therefor especially intended for machine guns, and consists of (1) a special adjustable mounting, (2) a sighting-telescope having an angularly adjustable reticule, and (3) a device for automati ...


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Sighting apparatus for firearms. Rheinmetall, June 26, 1974: GB1357856-A

1357856 Sighting apparatus RHEINMETALL GmbH 22 Aug 1972 [7 Oct 1971] 39023/72 Heading F3C A sighting apparatus for a firearm comprises a housing consisting of tubes 1, 2, Fig. 1, the tube 1 having a part-reflective mirror 12 therein and the tube 2 containing a light rod 6 which is positioned in a co ...


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Makowski Gary G: A reflective sighting apparatus for firearms. Makowski Gary G, KOBLER George P, May 7, 2009: WO/2009/058721

A sight apparatus for firearms comprises a shroud mounted on top of the barrel of a firearm proximal to the nose thereof. The shroud defines a hollow with an opening rearward. A reflector is mounted within the hollow and is oriented to reflect an image toward the rear of the firearm. A rear sight ob ...