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3,262,367; DUAL ROTOR MACHINE GUN; Willord E. Martwick, Minneapolis, and Duane C. Youmans, Eden Prairie, Minn.; assignors to Honeywell Inc.; a corproation of De'avvare; Continuation of application Serial Number 352,999; March 18,1964; This application September 28, 1965; Serial Number 495,759;4 Claims. (CL 89-13).

August 2,1906

3,263,359; REINFORCED FIREARM RECOIL PAD; Frank A. Pachmayr, 1220 S. Grrmd Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90015; Filed August 2, 1965; Serial Number 476,589; 7 Claims. (Cl. 42-74).

3,263,566; GUN SIGHTS PARTICULARLY FOR LIGHT DEFENSIVE WEAPONS FOR USE AGAINST MOVING AERIAL TARGETS; Hans Eglin, Geneva, Switzerland, and Alfons Dinger, Minden, Westphalia, Germany; assignors to Matherna Corporation Reg. Trust. Vaduz, Liechtenstein; Filed October 1, 1964; Serial Number 400,640; Claims priority, application Germany, December 28, 1959; M 42,831; 13 Claims. (CL 89- 41).

3,263,567; GUNSIGHT DRIVE LINKAGE; Carl R. Sandahl, Oakland, N.H.; assignor to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed March 15, 1957;Serial Number 646,505;4 Claims. (CL 89-41).

August 9,1966

3,264,771; SHOTGUN SIGHT; Farnk Allen Barnes, P.O. Box 1352; Nissoula, Montana; Filed March 5, 1965; Serial Number 437,500; 4 Claims. (CI. 42-76).

3,264,939; FIREARM; Eugene G. Reising, Hartford. Conn.; (c/o Harrington & Richardson Inc., Park Ave., Worchester, Mass.); Filed December 2, 1964; Serial Number 415,239; 3 Claims. (CI. 89-145).

August 23,1966

3,267,601; ADJUSTABLE LENGTH BUTTSTOCK; Robert E. Roy, East Haven, Conn.; assignor to Colt's Inc., Hartford, Conn.; a corporation of Arizona; Filed October 26,1964; Serial Number406,295; 8 Claims. (CI. 42-73). 3,267,602; BUTTSTOCK PAD; Arthur Miller, Com Mesa, Calif.; assignor tc Arrnalite, Inc., Costa Mesa, Calif.; a rorporajion of California; Filed February 25,1965, Serial Number 435,175; 2 Claims. (CL 42-74).

August 30, 1966

3,269,044; BOLT RELEASE AND EJECTOR MECHANISM; Glen L. Mittelstcadt, Waseca, Minn.; assignor to Herter's Inc.,

Waseca, Minn.; a corporation of Minnesota; Filed Novembers, 1964; Serial Number 409,909; 5 Claims. (CI. 42-25). 3,269,045; REVOLVER WITH SHOOTING TRIGGER AND DIGITALLY ENGAGE ABLE AUXILIARY MEANS SECURFD THERETO; Robert E. McGaughey, 51 E. 39th St., Hialeah, Fia.; Filed March 11, 1955; Serial Number 438,835; 18 Claims. (CL 42-65).

3,269,046; TRIGGER SHIELD FOR FIREARMS; Edward E. Schaefer, Winnetka, III. (c/o) Centra! Specialties Company, 3813 N. Harlem Ave., Chicago, ML, 60634); Filed August 11,1965; Serial Number 478,653; 18 Claims. (CI. 42-70).

September 6,1966

3,270,455;SEMI AUTOMATIC REPEATING FLARE PISTOL; Ronald B. Smcrnofi, Los Angeles, Caiif. (539G Park Ave., Garden Grove, Calif.); and Russell O. Stefan, Downey, Calif. (10950 Vulcan St., South Gate, Calif.); Filed December 28,1964; Serial Number 421,441; 8 Claims. (CL 42-1). 3,270,456; BREECH-BOLT MECHANISM FOR BOLT-ACTION FIREARMS; Carl 1!. Benson, New Haven, Conn.; assignor to O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., North Haven, Conn.; a corporation of Connecticut; Original application December 17, 1964; Serial Number 41.9,001; now Patent Number 3.231,679; dated February 15. 1966; Divided and this application September 1, 1965; Serial Number 484,213; 3 Claims. (CL 42-161. 3,270,617; SHELL CATCHER ATTACHED TO THE RECIPROCACLE BOLT OF A FIREARM; Ralph V. Seymour, 110 Birch Road, Springfield, Ohio; and Carl E. Bullard, Rte. 1, Mechanicsburg, Ohio; Filed March 22, 1065; Serial Number 441,433; 15 Claims. (CI. 89-33).

3,270,618; CONTROLLED RECOIL WEAPON; Albert M. Stott, Southampton. Pa.; assignor tn the United States of America os represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed June 30,1964; Serial Number 380,119; 4 Claims. (CL 89-43).

September 13,1906

3,272,074; MUZZLE FLASH SUPPRESSOR; Neal L. Vinson, 836 Arizona S.E., Albuquerque, N. Max.; Filed March 26, 1965; Serial Number 443,135;4 Claims. (CI. 89-14).

September 20, 1966

3,273,275; PLASTIC BOX MAGAZINE; Joseph A. Badali, Bradford, Conn.; assignor to Olin Mathieson Chcmicol Corporation, a corporation of Virginia; Filed December 1, 1964; Serial Number 415,034; 3 Claims. (CI. 42-50). 3,273,460; FIREARM WITH GAS OPERATED BREECH BLOCK UNLOCKING MEANS; James D. Mason, 5738 Ferber St., San Diego, Calif., 92212; Filed June 14, 1965; Serial Number 463.827; 3 Claims. (CL 89-185).

September 27,1966

3,274,724; RIFLE BOLT MECHANISM; John H. Brandt, Irving, Texas., (2120 Irving Blvd., Dallas, Texas, 75207), Filed June 1,

1965;Serial Number 459,990; 9 Claims. (CL 42-16). 3,274,725; DETACHABLE FIREARM RECOIL PAOS; Frank A. Pachmayr, 1220 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, Calif., 90015; Filed August 2,1965; Serial Number 476,590; 12 Claims. (CI. 42-74).

October 4,1966

3,276,158; FIRING MECHANISM FOR BREAK-ACTION OVER AND UNDER FIREARM; Harold E. Johnston, 3506 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix, Ariz., Filed July 12, 1965; Serial Number 470,979; 15 Claims. (CI. 42-41).

3,276,322; CARTRIDGE GUIDE FOR AN AUTOMATIC GUN; Carl Mauritz Christianson, Bofors, Sweden; assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, a corporation of Sweden; Filed November 24, 1964; Serial Number 413,572; Claims priority, application Sweden, November 26,1963; 13,078/63;4 Claims. (CI. 89-33).

3,276,523; SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL; Rail E. Dicckmann, 38 Sommerville St., Fairfield, Conn.; Filed November 1, 1965; Serial Number 505,849; 9 Claims. (CI. 85-195).

October 11,1966

3,277,785; FIRING MECHANISM FOR EXPLOSIVE DEVICES AND THE LIKE; William A. Clayton, Torrance, Calif.; assignor to Harvey Aluminum (Incorporated), Torrance, Claif.; a corporation of California; Filed August 3, 19G4; Serial Number 386,945;6 Claims. [CI. 89-1).

3,277,786; SEMI-AUTOMATIC OR AUTOMATIC GUNS; Bernard Maillard, Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to Brevets Aero-Mecaniques S.A., Geneva, Switzerland; Filed .September 14, 1964; Serial Number396,032; Claims priority application Luxembourg, September 19, 1963; 44/iG&; 12 Claims. (CI. 89-33).

3,27 7,787; DEVICE ON AM AUTOMATIC FIREARM FOR THE SELECTIVE FIRING OF TWO KINDS OF AMMUNITION FROM TWO SEPARATE BELTS; Hons Bncijcr, Zurich, Switzerland, assignor to Machine Tool Works Oerlikon Adminkliation Company, Zuricli-Oarlikon, Switzerland; Filed November 23, 1964; Serir.l Number 413,118; Claims priority, application Switzerland, November 26,1963; 14.464/03; 14 Claims. (CL 89-33).

October 18,1S66

3,279,1 14; GRENADE LAUNCHER; Karl R. Lewis, Wethersfield, and Robert E. Roy, East Haven, Conn.; assignors to Colt's inc., Hartford, Conn; a corporation of Arizona; Filed September 25,1964; Serial Number 401,761; 22 Claims. (CI.42-1).

October 25,1966

3,280,495; REVOLVER TYPE FIREARM WITH INTERCHANGEABLE BARRELS AND CYLINDERS; Ksrl R. Lewis, 77 Olrtey Road, Wrthcrsfiefd, Conn.; Application November 16, 1964; Serial Number 411,470; which is a division of application Serial Number 71,339; November 23, I960; now Patent Number 2,163,951; doted January 5, 19-55; Divided and this application December 8, 1965; Serial Number 512,363; 4 Claims. (CL 42-59).

November 1,1966

3,281,979; CARTRIDGE AND MAGAZINE EJECTOR; Edward M. Stark, East Longmeadow, Mass.; assignor to Emhart Corporation, Bloomfiold, Conn.; a corporation of Connecticut; Filed August 18, 1965; Serial Number 480,714; 7 Claims. (CL 42-25).

3,282,162; CARTRIDGE FEEDING MECHANISM FOR AUTOMATIC GUNS; Bernard Maillard, Geneva, Switzerland; assignor to Brevets Aero-Mecaniqucs, S.A., Geneva, Switzerland; Filed September 14, 1964; Serial Number 396,030; Claims priority, application Luxembourg, September 19, 1963; -14,465; 18 Claims. (CL 89- 33).

3,282,163; LINK GUIDE MECHANISM FOR EXTERNALLY POWERED AUTOMATIC GUNS; John G. Rocha, Westfield, Mass.; assignor to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed May 18, 1965; Serial Number 456,872; 5 Claims. (CI. 89 33).

3,282,164; FIELD GUN MOUNTINGS; Roy Gilbert Vickers, Grantham, England; assignor to Brevets Aero-Mecaniques S.A., Geneva, Switzerland; a society of Switzerland; Filed January 8, 1965; Serial Number 424,370; Claims priority, application Great Britain, January 9, 1964; 1,060/64; 5 Claims. (CL 89-40).

3,282,165; PIVOTED BREECH BLOCK LOCKING MEMBER FOR AUTOMATIC GUNS; Bernard Maillard, Geneva, Switzerland; assignor to Brevets Aero-Mecaniques S.A., Geneva, Switzerland; Filed September 14, 1964; Serial Number 396,035; Claims priority application Luxcnbourg, September 19, 1963; 44,465; 4 Claims. (CL 83—190).

3,282,166; GAS OPERATED AUTOMATIC GUN; Bernard Maillard, Geneva, Switzerland; assignor to Brevets Aero-Mecaniques S.A., Geneva, Switzerland; Filed September 14, 1964; Serial Number 396,034; Claims priority, application Luxembourg, September 19,1963; 44,465; 5 Claims. (CL 89-191).

November 8,1965

3,283,435; BREECH CLOSURE; Theodor Koch, Oberndorf, Germany; assignor to Heckler & Koch G.m.b.H.; Oberndorf, Germany; Filed October 27, 1964; Serial Number 406,717; Claims priority, application Germany, October 30, 1963; H 50,687; 5 Claims. (CL 42-16).

3,283,436; DOUBLE BARREL FIREARM WITH A SINGLE TRIGGER; Ocie Dale Bills, 1605 Bums, Franklyn E. Edwards, 1841 Burns, and Otis G. Sledge, 1629 S. Market; all of Wichita, Kansas; Filed March 8, 1965; Serial Numher 437,718; 7 Claims. (CI. 42-42).

3,283,657; METHOD FOR DIRECT PERCUSSIVE IGNITION OF STABLE EXPLOSIVES, AND APPARATUS THEREFOR; Robert C. Kvavie, Hillsboro, Oregon; assignor, by mesne assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Boston, Mass.; a corporation of New Jersey; Filed May 29, 1964; Serial Number 371,212; 14 Claims. (CI. 89-1).

3,283,658; BREECHBLOCK HAVING A TIMING CIRCUIT SWITCH; Frank E. Knight, Philadelphia, Howard M. Wilde, Feasterville, and Joseph W. Heaney, Philadelphia, Ps.; assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed May 24,1965; Serial Number 458,521; 3 Claims. (CI. 89-17).

November 15,1966

3,284,942; SHOTGUN PATTERN CONTROL TUBE; William W. Mosetey, 913 N. 11th Ave., Pensar.ola, Fla.; Fiied August 26, 1965; Serial Number /182,742; 4 Claims. (CI. 42-79).

3,285,133; GAS OPERATED SEMI AUTOMATIC FIREARM; Walter E. Fowler, 8560 Culfor Crescent, Norfolk, Va.; Filed September 15, 1964; Serial Number 396,676; 8 Claims. (CI. 83-191).

November 29,1966

3,287,842; KNOCKDOWN REPEATING LEVF.fi ACTION RIFLE;lValter H.B. Smith, deceased, late of New York, N.Y.; by Alice Denhoff, executrix, 150 W. 5Bth St., New York, N.Y.; Fi'ed September 24, 1964; Serial Number 399,131; 7 Claims. (CI. 42-16).

3,237,843; BREECH BOLT WITH FIRING PIN OPERABLE AT DIFFERENT ANGLES; Alexander W. Seidel and Tilo T. Moller, Olierndorf (Neckar), Germany; assignors to Firma Heckler f< Keen G.m.b.H., Oberudorf (Neckar), Germany; Filed February 5, 1965; Serid! Number 430,628; Claims priority, appl""cation Germany, Fehruary 18, 1964; II 51,729; 11 Claims. (CI. 42-63).

3,288,029; CLOSURE DEVICE FOR A CASING DISCHARGE PORT OF A GUN; Ake Johan Arthur Biralh, Bofors, Sweden; assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors. Swedun; a cor^oraticn oí Sweden; Filed April 1, 1955; Serial Number 444,627; Claims priority, «ppiieatien Sweden, April 8,1964;4,359/64; 5 Ciai-rs. (CI. 89-33).

3,238,030; FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR WEAPONS; Ka'i Goran Felke Lind, Kariskoga, Sweden; assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden; ó corporation cf Suaden; Filed Jjre 26, 1S54; Seria! Number 378,250; Claims priority application Sweden, July 1, 1963; 7,287; 13 Claims. (CI. 89-41).

December 6,1966

3,289,534; GUN ELEVATION CONTROL DEVICE; Nclmut Becker and Mulmith Frank, Wetzlar, and Horst Schmidt, Nauborn, Kreis Wetzlar, Germany; assignors to Ernst Leitz G.m.b.H. Wetzlar, Wetzlar, Germany; a corporation of Germany; Filed May 19,1965; Serial Number 368,580; Claims priority, application Germany, May 22,19C3; L 44,932; 8 Claims. (CI. 80-41).

3,289,535; BREECH OPFRATING MECHANISM FOK A GAS PRESSURE LOADER FOR GUNS; Gerhard Hupp, Oberndorf (Neckar), Germany; assignor lo Messrs. Mauser-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, Oberndorf (Neckar), Germany; Filed March 19, 1965; Serial Number 441,035; Cliams priority, application Germany, March 20, 1964; M 60,385; 8 Claims. (CI. 89-191).

December 13,1066

3,290,815; FIREARM RECOIL REDUCER; Jesse B. Edwards, 269 Herbert Street, Alton, Illinois; Filed May 10, 1965; Serial Number 454,435; 5 Claims. (CI. 42-74).

3,290,991; CARTRIDGE MAGAZINE FOR A GUN; Carl Mauritz Christiansson, Bofors, Sweden; assignor to Aktiebolaget, Bofots, Bofors, Sweden; a corporation of Sweden; Filed May 10, 1965; Serial Number 454,623; Claims priority, application Sweden May 13, 1984; 5,880/64); 4 Claims. (CI. 89-34).

3,290,992; SMOOTHING FILTER FOR A FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM; Ake Hugo Petrus Blomqvist, Karlskoga, Sweden; assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Boiors. Sweden, January 15, 1954;49S/64; 7 Claims. (CI. 89-41).

3,290,993; RELEASE MECHANISM FOR AUTOMATIC FIREARMS; Isaac Irista, Eibar, Guipúzcoa, Spain; assignor to Star, Bonifacio Echevenia, S.A. Eibar, Guipúzcoa, Spain; a corporation of Spain; Filed June 23, 1964; Serial Number 377,272; 4 Claims. (CI. 89-140).

December 30,1966

3,292,492; TRIGGER MECHANISM; Foster E. Sturtevant, West Hartford, Conn.; assignor to Colt's Inc., Hartford, Conn.; a corporation of Arizona; Filed September 28, 1964;Serial Number 399,533; 10 Claims. (CI. 89-128).

December 27,1966

3,293,986; MAGAZINE FOR BELTED AMMUNITION; Eugene M. Stoner, Route 1, P.O. Box 70; Port Clinton, Ohio, 43452; Filed January 19,196b;Serial Number 426,577; 12 Claims; (Cl. 89-34).

January 3.1967

3,295,412; MAGNETIC GRADIENT PARTICLE ACCELERATOR; Morgan J. Morley, Berkeley, and Devid I. Gilbert, Walnut Creek, Calif., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Aerojet-General Corporation, El Monte, California, e corporation of Ohio; Original application December 4, 19G3; Serial No. 328,025, now Patent No. 3,254,564, dated June 7, 1966. Divided and this application September 21, 1965, Serial No. 505,300; 5 Claims. (Cl. 83—8)

January 10,1967

3,296,728; METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR COMPENSATING FOR A CHANGE IN DIMENSION OF A FIRING PIN; Robert C. Kvavlc, Hillsboro, Oregon, assignor, by mesne assignments, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Boston, Mass., a corporation of New Jersey; Filed May 17, 1S65; Serial No. 456,059; 23 Claims. (CL 42—1).

3,296,729; REVOLVER-TYPE FIREARM WITH A BARREL ASSEMBLY INCLUDING A MULTIPLE-BORE BARREL AND A BREECH PART RE LEAS ABLY CONNECTED THERETO; Frederick F. Stevens, Jr., Northtord, Conn. {R.F.D. 1, Sandy Hook, Conn., 05482); Filed August 30, 1965;Serial Number483,576; X1 Claims, (CL 42-59).

3,296,930 CLUTCH-LOCK FOR LXTERWALLY POWERED FlfcfcAF)FEEDifaG MECHANISM; John G. Roclia, Wesiffeld, Mass., assignor to tiie United States oi America as rep i «sen ted by the Secretary of tlm Army; Filed February 23,1965; Serial No. 434,717; 3 Claims. (CL 89-33).

3,296,931; DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING A HYDRAULIC ALLY OR PNEUMATICALLY DRIVEN CARTRIDGE RAMMING MECHANISM OF AN AUTOMATIC GUiJ; Car! Mau-itz Christiansen, Bofors, Sweden, assignor to Aktiebolaynt Bofors, Sofors, Sweden, a corporation of Sw&don? Fi!?d Wovocrbor 24, 19G4^S8rial No. 413,514; Clsirns priority, ajipliciihon Sweden, November 26, 1963; 13,078/03; 1 Claim. (CL 89-47).

January 17,1967

3,298,125; TEAR GAS GUN; Robert G. Adrian, 291P Waldorf Avenue. Camden, N.J. 08105, and Willison L. Lower, 2421 45th St reel, Peonswken, N.J. 081 Ifj; Filed September 20, 1935;Serial No. 488,424;4 Claims. (CL 42-1).

3,298,2/9; GLASS REINFORCED PLASTICS RECOILLESS RIFLE; Fredrick R. Barnst, Kensington, and Stanley P. Prosen, Lanham, Md., assignors to the United States o( America es represented by the Secretary of the Navy; Filed January 8, 1965; Serial No. 425,117; 10 Claims. (CL 89-1.814)

3,298,280; GUN STABILIZER; Joseph L. Rahrn, 7503 La Granqe Road, Louisville, Ky. 40222; Filed Ma rch 22, 19G5; Serial No. 441,720; 7 Claims. (CL 89-141.

3,298,281; DEViCE FOR COMPUTING THE DISPLACEMENT OF THE LINE OF AIM FOR FIRE ARMS; Niles Edvard Hcglund, fiotcbro, Sweden, assignor to Forsvarcts Faririksstyrelse, Stockholm, Sweden; Filed July 20, 1964; Serial No. 383,894; Claims priority, application Sweeden, September 25, 1963; 10,448/63; 4 Claims. (CL 89-41).

3,298,282; BUFFER SYSTEMS FOR AUTOMATIC FIREARMS;Theodnre Loftier, Mullheim, and Karl Harbrecht, Elsental, near Buhl, Germany, assignors to Firma Rheinmetall G.m.b.H., Dusseldorf, Germany; Filed February 16,1955; Serial No. 432,972; Claims priority, application Germany, February 22,1864; R 37,2.79; 3 Claims. (CL 89-198).

January 24,1967

3,299,558; METAL GUN BARREL WITH ENCIRCLING PLASTIC LAYER AND INTEGRAL PLASTIC SIGHT; Anthony Robert Karl, 4 Walnut Street, Rye, N.Y. 10580; Filed August 27. 1065; Serial No. 483,083; 6 Claims. (CL 42-76).

January 31,1967

3,300,888; UNDERWATER GUN; Gary Lee Belcher, Coral Gables, and Robert E. Schroeder and Walter A. Starck II, Islamorsda, Fla., assignors to Bangstick Corporation, Miami, Fla., a corporation of Florida; Filed January 9, 1964; Serial No. 336,757; 12 Claims. (Cl. 42-1).

3,300,889; RECOIL SUUBBER FOR GUNS;Stephen C. Baker, Detroit, Michigan,assignor tu Su-Ev, Inc., Birmingham, Michigan, a corporation uf Michigan; Filed April 22, 1965; Serial No. 450,059; 3 Claims. (CL 42-74).

3,301,133; MECHANISM FOR CHANGING RATE OF AUTOMATIC FIRE; Foster E. Sturtcvant, West Hartford, conn., assignor to Colt's inc., Hartford, Conn., a corporation of Arizona; Filed January 21, 1965; Serial No. 426,737; 14 Claims. (Cl 89-131).

February 7,1967

3,302,313; DEVICES FOR FIRING OBJECTS OF THE CLASS OF PROJECTILES, PLUGS, PINS AND NAILS; Claude Rosselet, Founex, near Nyon, Switzerland, assignor to Coral S.A., Compagriie de Recherches et d'Applicatiuns Techniques, Lenzerheide, Grisons, Switzerland, a Swiss company; Filed April 16, 1965; Serial No. 448,624; Claims priority, application France, April 22, 1964,971,871, Paient 1,422,054; 2 Claims. (CI.42-1).

3,302,523; AIR OPERATED PROJECTILE FIRING APPARATUS; Jules Edmond Van Langenhoven and Eugene Elton Billingslea, Rogers, Leopold C. Sage, Fayetteville, James C. Adams, Rogers, and Ronald W. Joyce, Springdale, Ark., assignors to Daisy Manufacturing Company, Rogers, Ark., a corporation of Nevada; Filed July 7,1965; Serial No. 470,028; 16 Claims. (CL 89-7).

3,302,524; CARTRIDGE STOP MEANS FOR EXTERNALLY POWERED AUTOMATIC GUNS; Clifford E. La Fever, Livonia, and Jerome Deja, Dearborn Heights, Michigan, assignors, by mesne assignments, to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed October 12,1965; Serial No. 495,358; 7 Claims. (CI. 89-33).

3,302,525; MISSILE LOADING TRAY FOP. BREECH-LOADED GUN-LAUNCHERS; James P. Halne, Santa Ana, California, assignor, by mesne assignments, to the United States of America as representeri by the Secretary of the Army; Filed May 6, 1965; Serial No. 455,042; 3 Claims. (CI. 89-45).

February 14,1967

3,303,594; FIREARM BARREL, SHROUD, FRAME, AND CYLINDER CONSTRUCTION; Karl R. Lewis, 54 Folly Brook Blvd., Wethersfielrl, Conn. 061Í19; Application November 16, 1964; Serial No. 411,470, which is a division of application Serial No. 71,339, November 23, 19C0, now Patent No. 3,163,951, dated January 5, 1955. Divided and this application December 14, 1965; Serial No. 517,C03; 13 Claims. (CI. 12- 59).

3,303,741; CARTRIDGE MAGAZINE OF A GUN; Carl Mauritz Chiistiansson, Bofors, Sweden, assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, a corporation of Sweden; Filed April 1, 1965; Serial No. 444,628; Claims priority, application Sweden, April 8, 1964; 4,360/64; 2 Claims. (CI. 89-34).

3,303,742; FULL BALL AMD SOCKET ASSEMBLY; Robert J. Thierry, Averill Park, and Stephen C. Horvath, Troy, N.Y., assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed May 18, 1S65; Serial No. 456,870; 5 Clarms. (CI. ¿9-37).

3,303,743; FIRING PIN SAFETY MECMANiSM FOR AN EXTERNALLY POWERED AUTOMATIC GUN; Charle? E. Lanizznni, Stafford, Conn., assignor to the United States ol America as representad by the Secretary of the Army; Filed March 13,1963; Serial No. 265,593; G Claims. (CL 89-140).

3,303,744; BARREL SURROUNDING MOUNT FOR OPERATING DRUM OF EXTERNALLY POWERED AUTOMATIC GUN; Charles E. Lani72diii, Stafford, Conn., assignor to tire United Stales of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed December 14, 19í»2;Ssr¡al Mo. 246,862; G Claims. (CI. 89-161).

February 21,1957

3,304,643; FIREARM ACTION; William J. Nittler, 2110 32nd Avenue, San Francisco, Calif. 94116; Filed June 23,1965; Serial No. 466,324; 3 Claims. (CL 42-42).

February 23, 1967

3,306,103; PROJECTILE FIRING DEVICE; Jean-Jacques Griessen, Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to Transurvey Holding Company, Inc., Societe Amiriyine, Pancma, Panama; Fileci July 20, 1964; Seiial No. 385,859; Claims priority, application Switzerland, May 12,1964, 6,178/64; May 27,19C4, 6,936/64; 8 Claims. (CL 89 1).

3,306,165; DEVICE FOR FEEDING CARTRIDGES OF AMMUNITION GUT OF A CARTRIDGE MAGAZINE OF AN AUTOMATIC GUN; Carl Msuritz Christianison, Bofors, Sweden, assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, a corporation of Sweden; Filed January 6, 1S65; Serial No. 423,783; 5 Claims. (CL 89-33).

3,306,1GB; GUN TRAINING MECHANISM WITH TRIGGER; Robert l^mseycr, Versoix, Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to Brevets Aero-Mecaniques S.A., Geneva, Switzerland; Filed March 5, 1965; Serial No. 437,407; Claims priority, application Luxembourg, March 12, 1964,45,645;3 Claims. (CI. 89-41).

3,306,167; AUXILIARY CONTROL OF A GUN FIRING MECHANISM; Robert Ramseyer, Versois. Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to Brevets Aero-Mecaniques S.A., Geneva, Switzerland; Filed March 8, 1965; Serial No. 437.947; Claims priority, application Luxembourg. March 17,1964, 45.672; 5 Claims. (CI. 89-132).

3,306,168; GAS OPERATED SEMI AUTOMATIC PISTOL; Howard J. Blumrick, 749 N. 98th St., Seattle, Wash. 98103; Filed August 16,1965; Serial No. 483,008; 12 Claims. (CL 89-191).

March 7,1967

3,307.283; FIREARM GRENADE LAUNCHER; Wilbur C. Cox, Lyndhurst, Ohio, assignor to Lake Erie Chemical Company, Rock Creek, Ohio, a corporation of Ohio; Filed September 29,1965; Serial No. 491,274; 2 Claims. (CL 42-1).

3,307,451; PRESSURE CONTROL DEVICE; Ludwig Bucklisch, Rhondorf, and Ludger Volncrt, Spich, Germany, assignors to Dynaniit Nobel Aktiengesellschaft, Troisdorf, Germany; Filed October 1r 1964; Serial No. 400,745; Claims priority, application Germany, October 2,1963, D 42,618; 10 Claims. (CL 89-1.701).

3,307,452; ONE-PIECE CHUTING; Robert Meunier, Springfield, Mass., assignor to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed June 9, 1965; Serial No. 462,765; 6 Claims. (CL 89-33).

March 21,1967

3,309,962; GUN MOUNT AND GUNSIGHT ASSEMBLY; Clarence W. Lykam, San Jose, Calif., assignor to FMC Corporation. San Jose, Calif., a corporation of Delaware; Filed March 1,1965; Serial No. 435,947; 15 Claims. (CI. 89-41).

3,309,963; FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR AN ANTI AIRCRAFT WEAPON CARRIER; Hans Manne Alvar Salomonsson, Karlskoga, Sweden, assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, a Swedish company; Filed April 27, 1965; Serial No. 451,179; Claims priority, application Sweden, May 5, 1964; 5,082/64; 8 Claims. (CL 39-41).

March 28,1967

3,311,020; MULTIPLE PISTON TWO-STAGE LIGHT GAS LAUNCHER; Robert Piacesi and Robert H. Waser, Silvar Spring, Md., assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy; Filed March 11, 1965; Serial No. 439,109; 4 Claims. (CL 89-8).

3,311,021; FEED MECHANISM; Frederick P. Reed, Ludlow, Mass., assignor to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed April 30,1965; Serie5 No. 452,412; 9 Claims. (CL 89-33).

3,311,022; GAS DRIVE FOR AUTOMATIC GUN WITH ROTATING BARREL CLUSTER; Robert R. Bernard, Essex Junction, Robert E. Chiabrandy, Burlington, Gerard H. Donovan, Essex Junction, and Jarnes Seemann, South Builingfon, Vt., assignors, by mwsne assignments, to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed December 1, 1965; Serial No. 511,306; 7 Claims. (CL 89-126).

April 11,1967

3,313,207; UNDERWATER WEAPON; Arthur T. Biehl, Calle los Calados, and Rnhr.it Mainhardt, Calle Arroyo, both of Diablo, Calif. 94528; Original application April 2, 19Ö5; Serial No. 44!>,277. Divided and this application October 22, 1965; Serial No. 514/2C; 7 Ci&ims. (CL 89-U13).

3,313,208; I!QUID PROPELLAMT FOR SMALL CALIBER GUP; Edward G. Dorsey, Jr., 3ßrnard A. Niemeier, and Eugene T. Fleischhauer, Richmond, Va., assignors, by mesne assignn.ents, to the United Stotss of America es represented by the Secretary of tha Army; Filed Ml-ich 25, 1953; Serial Mo. 344,052; 11 Claims. (CL 83-7).

3,313,209; ARTiLLERY FIRE CQKTRÜI. SYSTEM; Mnlcolm F. Thompson, Santa Ar.a, Calif., assignor to North American Aviation, Inc.; Filed June 2.4,1965; Serial No. 466,613; 3 Claims. (Ci. 89-41).

April 18,1967

3,314,182; DUAL MAGAZINE SYSTEM FOR FIREARMS; EarKis M. Harvey, Agawarn, Mass., assignor to the United States of

■ America as represented by theSacrsiory of the Army; Filed October 11, 1965; Serial No.494,389; 4 Claims (CL 42-13).

3,314,183; FIREARM; Warren A. Center, Westminster, Mass., assignor to Harrington & Richardson, Inc., Worchester, Mass., a corporation o? Massachusetts; Filed December 2, 1904; Serial Wo. 415,307; 3 Claims. (Cl.42.-69).

3,314,332; C A R TR ID fj C:- G MIDf ft 3 DEVICE OF AN AUTOMATIC GUN; Sten Olov Wallin, Karlskoga, Sweden, assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, a corporation of Sweden; Filed May 19, 1S65; Serial No. 456,970; Claims priority, application Sweden, May 21, 1964; 6,202/64; 8 Claims. (CL 89-45).

April 25,1967

3,315,397; FLARE GUN HAVING QUICK DISCONNECT COUPLING; Clarence W. Gilliam, Crane, and Richard D. Smith and John E. Wildridgc, Washington, Ind., and Raymond W. Szypulski, Berwyn Heights, Md., assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy; Filed November 29, 1965; Serial No. 510,473; 3 Claims, (CL 42-1).

3,315,566; GUN-CARRIAGE; Hans Klapduhr, Erkrath, Fran/ Horn. Osterath (Lower Rhine), and Erich Ziolinski, Düsseldorf, Germany, assignor«; to Firma Rheinmetall G.m.b.H., Dusseldorf, Germany; Filed July 196b; Serial No. 474,579; Claims priority, application Germany, July 28, 1964; R 38,474; 16 Clai.rs. (CI. B9-40).

3,315,567; AUTOMATIC LAUNCHER FOR ROCKET-BOOSTED AMMUNITION; Kenneth J. J. McGowan, Richmond, Ind., assignor to Avco Corporation, Richmond, Ind., a corporation of Delaware; Filed Auyust 10, 1965; Serial No. 478,570; 6 Claims. (CL 89-183).

May 2,19G7

3,316,810; MULTIPLE SHOTGUN FIRING MECHANISM; Mitchell G. Angelos, Cockeysville, Robert W. Schnepfe, Timonium, and Jacob Sofinowski III, Westminster, Md., assignors, by mesne assignment, In the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed August 26, 196b; Serial No. 482,954; 3 Claims. (CL 89-28).

May 9,1967

3,318,033; GRENADE LAUNCHING ARRANGEMENT; liwin R. Barr, Luthemlle, Md., assignor to AAl Corporation, Cockeysville, McLvacorpoiaiion of Maryland; Filed September 29,19G5; Serial No. 491,309; 10 Claims. (CI. 42-1).

3,318,034; MOUNTING MECHANISM; Albert M. Stott, Southampton, and Osyp Nimylowycz, Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed December 10, 1965; Serial Nu. 513,127; 3 Claims. (CL 42—1).

3,318,188; HAND WEAPON; Mathew C. Hengel, Hayward, and Arthur T. Bichl and Robert Mainhardt, Diablo, Calif., assignors to MB Associates, a corporation of California; Original application November 29, 1961; Serial No. 240,784, now Patent No. 3,212,402, dated October 19, 1965. Divided and this application August 12, 1965; Serial No. 534,541; 7 Claims. (CI. 89-1.806).

3,318,189; AUTOMATIC WEAPON, MOUNTED IN AN ARMOURED TURRET; Karl Fammler, Düsseldorf, and Richard Koine, Dusseldorf-Neulichtrnbroich, Germany, assignors to Firma Rheinmctall G.m.b.H., Dusseldorf, Germany; Filed January 27, 1966; Serial No. 523,304; Claims priority, application Germany. February 6,1965; R 39,836; 9 Claims. (CI. 89-33).

3,318,190; ELEVATING MECHANISM; Anthony J.Suchocki, Clawson, Michigan, assignor, by mesne assignments, to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed June 16, 1965; Serial No. 464,588; 5 Claims, (CI. 89-41).

3,318,191; MACHINE GUN WITH A MOUNT TOR REDUCING THE RECOIL FORCES APPLIED TO THE TRUNNIONS;

Frederick P. Reed, Ludlow, Mass., assignor to the United States of America 8S represented by the Secretary of toe Army; Filed July 9, 1865; Serial No. 470,84?;4 Claims. (CI. 89-42).

3,318,102; LOCKED ACTION RIFLE FOR AUTOMATIC AND SEMI-AUTOMATIC SELECTIVE FIRING; Arthur Miller and Charles H. Dorchester, Costa Mesa, and George C. Sullivan, North Hollywood, Calif., assignors to Armalite, Inc., Costa Mesa, Calif., a corporation of California; Filed February 12,1965; Serial No. 432,198; 8 Claims. (CI. 83-142).

May 16,1967

3,319.520; HIGH SPEED LOW SHOCK SEPARATION SYSTEM; Nicholas M. Stefano, Rolling Hills, Stanley H. Rush, Chatsworth, and Stanley L. Green, Gr>rr!ena, California, assignors to TRW Inc., Redcmlo Beach, California, «corporation of Ohio; Filed June 23, 19ob: Serial No. 460.387; 9 Claims. (CU9-1).

3,319,522; LAUNCHING lifcVfCE; üfttl B. Gould, Berkeley, end Arthur T. Bichl, Diablo. California, assignors to MB Associates, a corporation of California; Filed February 16,1965; Serial Nc. 433,547; 10 Claims. (CI. 89-1.813).

3,319,523; DRUM CARTRIDGE FFEDtKfi MECHANISM; Richard J. Casull, Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor of one-half to Richard J. Casuil and Garaliiine Casuli, Salt Lake City, Utah, as joint tenants in common, and one-hall to K. R. Eskelsen end Fern P. Eskelscn, Sandy, Utah, as joint tenants in common; Filed August 21, 1364; Serial No. 392,540; 10 Claims. iX 89-33).

3,310,524; TRANSFER MECHANISM FOR AMMUNITION: Douglas P. Tassie, St. George. Vt., assignor to General Electric Company,« corporation of New York; Filod November 30, 1365; Serial Nd. 510,526; 7 Claims. (CI. 811-33).

3,319,525; UNLOADING MECHAKsSM FOR AN AUTOMATIC GUN; Erik Wilhelm Jafwert, Karlskops, Sweden, assizor to Aktiebclarjot Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, o Swedish company; Filed July 30, 1965; Serial No. 476,030; Claims priority, application Sweden, August 14,1964,9,884/64; 3 Claims. (CI. 89-45).

May 23,1967

3,320,855; EXTERIOR FEED MECHANISM FOD AUTOMATIC GUNS; Frederick P. Reed, Ludlow, and Albert J. Li2za, Wilbraham, Mass., assignors to the United States of Amcrica as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed March 24, 1966; Serial No. 538,188; 8 Claims. (CI. 89-11).

3,320,P50; FIREARM HAVING INTERNALLY SEALED BREECH BLOCK; William A. Robinson, P.O. Box 242, Tmwco, N.J., 0/032; Filed October '¡9,1365;Serial Number 497,862; 7 Claims. (CI. 89-17).

3,320,857; SUPPLY CASE FOR A CARTRIDGE MAGAZINE OF A GUN; Arcnt Gustav Carlsson, Karlskogo, Sweden, assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, a corporation of Sweden; Filed June 9, 1965; Serial No. 462,495; Claims priority, application Sweden, June 15, 1964,7,284/64; 8 Claims. (CI. 83-34).

May 30,1067

3,322,036; ROUND FEEDING MECHANISM FOR APJ AUTOMATIC GUN; Erik Wilhelm Jafwert, Karlskoga,Sweden, assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, a Swedish Company; Filed July 30, 1965; Serial No. 475,930; Claims priority, application Sweden, August 14, 1964, 9,883/64; 6 Claims. (CI. 89-45).

JuneG,1967

3,323,245; EJECTOR DISCONNECTING DEVICE FOR DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS HAVING AN UPPER AND A LOWER BARREL; Kosabnro Fukami, Nangokushi, Japan, assignor to Kabushiki Kaisha Miroku Seisakusho, Kochi-ken, Japan; Filed December 2, 1964; Serial Mo. 511,184; Claims priority, application Japan, April 30,1965,40/25,801; 2 Claims. (CI. 42-48).

3,323,246; AUTOMATIC FIREARM ASSEMBLY; Theodor Loffler, Mullheim, Baden. Germai.y, assignor to Rheinmetall GmbH, Dusseldorf, Germany, a German company; Filed October 26,1965; Serial No. 505,269; Claims priority, application Germany, October 29,19G4, R 39,129; 10 Claims. (CI. 42-75).

3,323,418; BARREL AND GAS DUCT ASSEMBLY MEANS FOR SEMI-AUTOMATIC FIREARMS; Theodor Loffler, Mullheim, Baden, Germany, assignor to Rheinmetall G.m.b.H., Dusseldorf, Germany, a German company; Filed October 26,1965; Serial No. 505,265; Claims priority, application Germany, October 29. 1964, R 39,131; 5 Claims. (CI. 89-191).

June 13,1967

3,324,587; CHEEK-OPERATED SAFETY FOR GUNS; Harvard J. Bryan, 9303 Sorrento, Dallas, Texas75228; Filed December 13, 1965;Serial No. 513,507; 10 Claims. (CI. 42-70).

3,324,588; GUNSTOCK; William V. T. Gilbert 3165 Ferndaie, Las Vegas, Nev. 89109; Filed September 27, 1965; Serial No. 490,180; 7 Claims. (CL 42-71).

3,324,767; UNDERWATER GUN; John M. Alban, 51 Tower Place, Yonkers, N. Y. 10703; Filed February 2.6, 1965;Serial No. 435,659; 6 Claims. (CI. 89-1).

3,324,768; PANELS FOR PROTECTION OF ARMOR AGAINST SHAPED CHARGES; Robert J. Eichelberflor, Pittsburgh, Pa., assiqnor to the United Stales of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed Way 22, 1950; Serial No. 163,386; 2 Claims. (CL 89-36).

June 20,1967

3,325,937; VENTILATED RJD SIGHT; Edward L. Morrow, Fairfield. Conn., assignor to Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation,a corporation of Viryhia; Filed August 25, 1965; Sv;V! iM«j W.b04; 2 Claims. (CL 42-1). 3,326,082; FIXED ANGLE VARIABLE-RANGE MARKER LAUNCHER; Edward W. Johnson. Jr., and James M. SeawritiM, Panama City, Florida, assignors to the United Stales of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy; Filed September 30,1965;Serial No. 491,649; 3 Claims, id. 89-1). 3,326,081; LIGHT GAS CAI-tt RIDGE; Louis J. Barbie«, Tustin, aud Seymour Limpert, Santa Ana, CfJif., assignors to North

American Aviation, Inc.; Filed April 23, 1905;Sff.al ¡-Jo. 450,393; 10 Claims. (CL C9-7). 3,326,085; AUTOMATIC FEED MECHANISM FOP, A GUK; Bernard Maillard, Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to Brevets Acro-Mecaniques S.A., Geneva, Switwlond, s society of Switzerland; Fi!e;l February 23, iS65;Suii<il No. 434,572; Claims priority, application Luxembourg, February 24, 1364,45,519; 3 Claims. (Ci. 83-33).

June 27,1967

3,327,421; RIGHT AND LEFT HAND PISTOL G*tP; Phtfp FinLelstein, 805 Via Conejo. Palos Vcrdas. Estates, Calif. 90274;

Filed September 28.1S65: Serial Mo.4S1.CG0; 1 Clc»m. (CL 42-71). 3,327,422; BIPOD POR ATTACHMENT TO A FIREARM; Gerald Harris, 8015 Atjnes, Detroit, Mich. 40214; Filed October 23,

1965; Serial Mo. 503,64?; 1H Claims. (CL 42-94). 3,327,58?; ROTARY CAM ACTUATED OPERATING ROD MECHANISM; Frederick P. Reed, Ludlow, Albert J. Lizza, North Wilbraham, and Robert Meuuier, Palmer, M?ss., assignors to the United Su tes of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed September 7, 1965; Serial No. 485,657; 5 Claims. (CL 89-1611

July 4,1967

3,329,063; ROCKET MACHINE GUN; Frederick K. Ehranburg, Walnut Creek, ami Hobert Mamhardl, Diablo, Calif., assignors to

MB Associates, a corporation of California; Filed Apr!* 14,1CG5; Serial No. 440,001; 12 Claims. (CL 89- 1.801). 3,329,064; GAS OPERATED BOLT MECHANISM: Doyle E. Segrest, P. O. Box 431, Woodville, Texas 75979; Fried September 15, 1965; Soisl Wo. 487,372; 9 Claims. (CL 89-191)

July 11,1967

3,330,061; RIFLE BOLT ACTION; Homer E. Koon, Jr., Gainesville, Texas, assignor to Brandt Arms, Inc., Gainesville, Te^as, a corporation of Texts; FiM August 26,1965: Sarid No. 432,833; 16 Claims. (CL 42-16). 3,330,183; GAS AND MANUAL OPERATION ASSEMBLY FDR SEMI AUTOMATIC FIREARMS;Theodor Loffler, Mulllu'im, Baden, Germany, assignor to Rheinmetall G.m.b.H., Dusso dorf, Germany, a German company; Filed October 26,1965; Serial No. 505,264; Claims priority, application Germany, October 29,1964, R 39,132; 3 Claims. (CL 89-191).

July 18,1967

3,331,280; FIRING MECHANISM; C. Walton Mjss*r, Pales Vcrdes Estates, Calif., assignor to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed May 4, 1966; Serial No. 547,675; 4 Claims. (CL 09-27). 3,331,281; ROUND FEEDING MECHANISM FOR AUTOMATIC GUNS FOR DISCHARGING ROUNDS FROM A ROUND MAGAZINE; Frik Wilhelm Jafvert, Karlskoga, Sweden, assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bofors, Sweden, a Swedish company; Filed March 7, 1966; Serial No. 534,967; Claims priority, application Sweden, March 10, 1965, 3,142/65; 8 Claims. (CI. 89-33).

3,331,282; AMMUNITION FEEDER FOR AUTOMATIC LAUNCHER FOR ROCKET-BOOSTED AMMUNITION; Kenneth J, J. McGowan, Richmond, Ind., assignor to Avco Corporation, Richmond, Ind., a corporation of Delaware; Original application August 10, 1965; Serial No. 478,570, now Patent No. 3,315,567, dated April 25, 1967. Divided and this application November 1,1966;Serial No. 591,288; 11 Claims. (CL 89-33). 3,331.283; SEAR LOCK AND RELEASE MECHANISM FOR DIFFERENTIAL REC01L GUNS; Bengt I. Piskator, Chicopee Falls, and Walter S. Draper III, Palmer, Mass., assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed April 13,1966; Serial No. 542.712;4 C aims. (CL 89-42). 3,331,284; ELECTRICAL CONTROL SYSTEM FOR RECOILLESS CANNON; Frank H. Case, Jr., Edgar Losbeig,and Corbel M. Cornelison, all of HunUville, Ala., assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed February 4,1966; Serial No. 525,808; 7 Claims. (CL 89-126).

July 25,1967

3,332,162; COMBINED RIFLE AND GRENADE LAUNCHER; Wilford E. Martwick, Minneapolis and Duanc C. Youmans, Eden Prairie, Minn., assignors to Honeywell, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn,, a corporation of Delaware; Filed December 22,1965; Serial No. 526,647; 6 Claims. [Cl. 42-1).

August 1,1967

3,333,506; SIDE STRIPPING MECHANISM FOR LINKED AMMUNITION; Robert W. Henshaw, Burlington, and Douglas P. Tassie, St. George, Vt., assignors to General Electric Company, a corporation of New Yutk; Filed June 7, 1965; Serial No. 461,666; 5 Claims. (CL 89-33).

3,333,507; ARMORED VEHICLES INCLUDING A TURRET FITTED WITH AN AUTOMATIC GUN FED FROM CARTRIDGE BELT SECTIONS PACKED IN BOXES; Rene de Weiss, Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to Brevets Aero Mécaniques S.A., Geneva, Switzerland, a society of Switzerland Filed October 25, 1365; Serial No. 505,155; Claims priority, application Luxembourg.. Novcmbn 7, 1964; 0 Cairns. (CL S9-36). 3,333,508; CLOSED BREECH GUN UTILIZING A HOLLOW BOLT AND A FIRING PIN AS A GAS CYLINDER AND A PISTON, RESPECTIVELY; Gaonje fî. Kruzell, 301 Hotthkiss, Bay City, Mfciiioan 48706; Filed January 30,1967;Serial No. 612,376; 10 Claims. (CL 89-173). 3,333,609; OBTURATING PISTON FOR AN AUTOMATIC WEAPON WITH A G AS-BLEED PASSAGE; Frnst Muhlomann, Zurich, Switzerland, assignor to OuriikoivBuhrie Holding A.G., Zurich, Switzerland; Filed October 19, 1965; Ssria! No. 497,946; Claims priority, application Switzerland, October 20,1964, 13,fi20/84: 4 Claims. (CL 89-193). 3,333,510; PISTON Ril'Jfj FOP. AUTOMATIC WEAPON WITH BREECH-UNLOCKING PISTON; Ernst Muhlemann, Zurich, Switzerland, essifinur to Ooriikon-linhrle Holding A.G„ Zurich, Switzerland; Filed October 22, 1U6b; Serial No. 501,399; Claims priority, application Switzerland, November 1 1964,14,548/64; 3 Claims. (CL 89-133).

August 8,1957

3,334,435; TRIGGER MECHANISM; Abraham T. Tonkin, 36 E. 73rd Street, New York, N. Y. 10021; Filed October 20, 1965; Serial No. 498,594; 4 Claims. (Cl. 42-42).

August 15,1967

3,335,515; AftTI RECOIL DEVICE FOR GUMS; Ralph E. Bennett, 1011 tt&ryvate Drive, Cheektowags, N.Y., 14225; Filed

September 24,1965; Serial No. 489,992; 2 Claims. tCL 42-74). 3,335,637; PROJECTILE PROPELLED BY FRICTÏQI* DRAG OF HIGH VELOCITY PLASMA; Fay E. Null, Slwlimar, and Raymond K. Vermillion, Valparaiso, Fia., assignors to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Air Force; Filed Occcinber 23,1965;Sericl No. bÏ6.!88;8 Claims. (CL 89-U.

August 22,1967

3,336,691; FIREARM; Harold D. Allyn, 10 Sumner Ave., Springfield, Mass. 01108; Filed September 9,1965;Serial No. 485,990; 3 Claims. (CI. 42-75),

3,336,838; MACHINE PISTOL HAVING HYDRAULIC BREECH LOCKING AND OBTURATIDN; Curtis L. Wilson, 3103 Elizabeth, Space 25, Pueblo, Colorado 810Û3; Filed January 27, 1966;Serial No. 523,474; 2 Claims. (CL 83-197).

August 29,1967

3,337,979; FIRING MECHANISM FOR FIREARMS; George K. Freed, Change Bridge Road, Pine Brook, N.J. 07058; Filed

October 24, 1965; Serial No. 504,931; 13 Claims. {Cl. 42-65). 3,338,133; LAUNCHING SYSTEM; Andrew J. Grandy, North Hills, Pa., assignor to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed October 6, 1365; Serial No. 493,591 ;4 Claims. (Cl. 89-1.703).

September 5,1967

3,339,304; SHOTGUN GAUGE ADAPTER; Oliver M. Knode, Jr., Hampden, and Edward M. Stark, East Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to Emhart Corporation, Bloomfield, Conn., a corporation of Connecticut; Filed October 23, 1965; Serial No. 503,211; 1 Claim. (CL 42-77).

3,339,457; FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS; Lucas Pun, Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to Brevets Aero-Mecaniques S.A., Geneva, Switzerland, a society of Switzerland; Filed June 21,1965;Serial No. 465,394; Claims priority, application Luxembourg, June 26, 1965,46,404; August 18,1964,46,787; 18 Claims. (Cl. 89-41).

September 12,1967

3,340,641; METHOD AND MEANS FOR IMPROVING THE ACCURACY OF FIREARMS BY REDUCING BARREL VIBRATIONS; Kenneth H. Rocker, Melbourne, Fla., assignor to Heli Pic, Inc., a corporation of Florida; Filed December 15. 1964; Serial No. 418,486; 12 Claims. (CL 42-1).

3,340,769; GUN BLAST AND MUZZLE FLASH ELIMINATOR; Robert H. Waser, Silver Spring, Md., assignor to the United States o1 America as represented by the Sccrctary of the Navy; Filed September 24, 1965; Serial No. 490,145; 3 Claims. (CL 89-11).

3,340,770; ROUND STOP DEVICE FOR A MACHINE GUN FEEDING MECHANISM; Edward A. Santos, Thompsonville, Conn., assignor tn the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army; Filed March 2, 1966; Serial No. 533,129; 3 Claims. (CL 89-33),

3,340,771; ARMOURED VEMCL ES HAVING TURRETS MOUNTING GUNS IN CYLINDRICAL DRUM HOUSINGS; Rene de Meiss, Geneva, Switzerland, assizor to Brevets Aero-fcteniquas S.A., Geneva, Switzerland, a Swiss society; Filed November 9, 1965; Serial No. 507,0/6; Claims priority, application Luxembourg, November 24,19C4,47,432; 1 Claim. (CL 89-36).

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