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3 edition of Remarks upon the patent improved rifles found in the catalog.

Remarks upon the patent improved rifles

Remarks upon the patent improved rifles

made by John H. Hall, of Portland, district of Maine.

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Published by Printed by F. Douglas in Portland [Me.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hall"s rifle.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 37775.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16 p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17714814M

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    History. The first mention of using a gas piston in a single-shot breech-loading rifle comes from , by the American Edward Lindner. In , Englishman William Curtis filed the first patent on a gas-operated repeating rifle, but subsequently failed to develop that idea further. Between and , Hiram Maxim filed a number of patents on blowback-, recoil-, and gas-operation. Collectors of British double shotguns and rifles, and all other types of small arms, will find every British patent registered from to in the " x 11" hard cover, seven volume set of books titled Patents For Inventions (Small Arms),

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Remarks upon the patent improved rifles: made by John H. Hall, of Portland, district of Maine. Roden’s Improved Snider Patent, internal components ‘closed’ – Institute of Military Technology collection Once the hammer falls, the wedge is driven between the locking rod and the firing pin.

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The Volcanic Repeating Arms Company was an American company formed in by partners Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson to develop Walter Hunt's Rocket Ball ammunition and lever action mechanism. Volcanic made an improved version of the Rocket Ball ammunition, and a carbine and pistol version of the lever action gun to fire it.

While the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company was short lived, Former type: Private. Among Browning’s gun patents, some of his best-known weapons include the M pistol, the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) and the M caliber machine gun, which he designed in A patent cannot be obtained upon a mere idea or suggestion.

The patent is granted upon the new machine, manufacture, etc., as has been said, and not upon the idea or suggestion of the new machine. A complete description of the actual machine or other subject matter for which a patent. This is patent # assigned to Samuel J.

Reeves for “Improvement in Fagots for Wrought Metal Cannons, Hydraulic Pumps & c” dated December 9, The document consists of three written pages and one “onion skin” page with the illustrations.

This large document is folded as it was when mailed to Reeves. Patented J UNITED STATES PATENT Application filed Novem Serial No. This invention relates to improvements in rifles and more particularly to rifles of the self loading type adapted for military service, such as is disclosed in my previous Patent N o, 1, dated December 3, A brief description of these patent documents is provided on the following page.

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DuPont, Olin and a Tale of Unintended Consequences In Octoberthe Ichord Subcommittee released its page report on the M16’s troubles in Vietnam.

The Army and Department of Defense (DOD) were faulted on a total of 31 points. The switch-over from IMR to Ball powder was the focus for much of the criticism.

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The caplock mechanism consists of a hammer and a nipple, sometimes referred to as a cone. The 15th annual Shotgun News Treasury (still on the newsstands right now) has a two-part article on “French Rifles of World War 1” by Paul Scarlata. Part 2 covers the “substitute standard” rifles, in 8mm and otherwise.

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The Lawrence sight patent was Feb. 15, I am willing to be educated, but that looks to me like a plain. With the end of upon us, the holiday season is a great time to take a look back at the most influential patents—rather than patent stories—representing a variety of.

Machine Guns. Richard Gatling patented his design of the "Gatling Gun," a six-barreled weapon capable of firing a (then) phenomenal rounds per Maxim was born in Sangersville, Maine in and was the inventor of the Maxim Machine Gun and the Maxim Silencer. Ina friend of American inventor Hiram Maxim told him: "If you wanted to make a lot of money.

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