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Claude Michel, Jean Pierre Le Pesant: Weapon aiming device having microlenses and display element. Thomson-CSF, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, January 31, 1995: US05386308 (80 worldwide citation)

Material made up of a thin layer between two surfaces, a first and a second, to be used as the third layer of a transparent goggles face, the first layer being a screen and the second layer being a thickness layer, remarkable in that the material consists of a formable transparent polymer matrix hav ...


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Otto Lorey, Gunter Mauer: Weapon aiming device. Kontron Elektronik, Friedrich Wilh Heym & Co KG, Evenson Wands Edwards Lenahan & McKeown, February 19, 1991: US04993833 (55 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an aiming device for weapons whose targets are disposed at changing distances and whose fired projectiles follow a curved trajectory. The aiming device calculates the distance from the weapon to the target. The calculated distance is used as a basis for correcting the point ...


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Victoria J Peters, Tim Lesser, Andrew W York, Rick R Regan: Ballistic ranging methods and systems for inclined shooting. Leupold & Stevens, Stoel Rives, February 2, 2010: US07654029 (53 worldwide citation)

A method for shooting a projectile weapon involves determining the inclination of a line of sight from a vantage point to a target and a line-of-sight range to the target, then predicting a trajectory parameter at the line-of-sight range, for a preselected projectile. Using the trajectory parameter, ...


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Sergey Yury Zaderey: Crosshair and circle reticle for projectile weapon aiming device. Leupold & Stevens, Stoel Rives, March 6, 2007: US07185455 (43 worldwide citation)

A reticle for a projectile weapon aiming device, such as a riflescope, includes a primary horizontal sight line that intersects a primary vertical sight line to define a primary aiming point. A circle is centered on the primary aiming point to intersect the primary horizontal and vertical sight line ...


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Kenneth S Solinsky, Scott D Moody, Andrew Russell: Weapon aiming device. L 3 Insight Technology Incorporated, July 13, 2010: US07753549 (35 worldwide citation)

A weapon mountable aiming system has a multi-laser assembly having a first visible laser pointer assembly, a second infrared laser pointer assembly, and an infrared laser illuminator assembly whose generated light beams extend outwardly through an opening in an actuator used to adjust the divergence ...


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Paul Joseph Malley: O'Malley's weapon aiming system. Armstrong Teasdale, June 10, 2003: US06574900 (34 worldwide citation)

A weapon aiming device is disclosed which comprises a circular transparent and colored disk having a hole and a sleeve having a first and second end. The circular disk is configured to be mounted at a first end of the sleeve, and the second end of the sleeve is configured to fit over an eyepiece of ...


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Richard P Grauslys, Allen R Harding: Weapon aiming device. Insight Technology, February 5, 2008: US07325354 (18 worldwide citation)

A weapon aiming system may utilize a laser diode and a reflective coating on an optical element to generate a red dot aim point for a shooter with a bright view to the target with minimal color distortion. The optical element may utilize an off-axis parabolic lens to reduce parallax to improve sight ...


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Claude Michel, Jean Pierre Le Pesant: Weapon aiming device. Thomson-CSF, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, October 4, 1994: US05353134 (18 worldwide citation)

Material made up of a thin layer between two surfaces, a first and a second, to be used as the third layer of a transparent goggles face, the first layer being a screen and the second layer being a thickness layer, remarkable in that the material consists of a formable transparent polymer matrix hav ...


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Victoria J Peters, Tim Lesser, Andrew W York, Rick R Regan: Ballistic ranging methods and systems for inclined shooting. Leupold & Stevens, Stoel Rives, April 6, 2010: US07690145 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for shooting a projectile weapon involves determining the inclination of a line of sight from a vantage point to a target and a line-of-sight range to the target, then predicting a trajectory parameter at the line-of-sight range, for a preselected projectile. Using the trajectory parameter, ...


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Richard P Grauslys, Allen R Harding: Weapon aiming device. Insight Technology Incorporated, May 12, 2009: US07530192 (6 worldwide citation)

A weapon aiming system may utilize a laser diode and a reflective coating on an optical element to generate a red dot aim point for a shooter with a bright view to the target with minimal color distortion. The optical element may utilize an off-axis parabolic lens to reduce parallax to improve sight ...