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Class Information
Number: 102/468
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Cartridges > Case > Iron case
Description: Subject matter wherein the tubular portion of a cartridge is made of iron or alloys of iron.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6672219 Low observable ammunition casing Jan. 6, 2004
5419258 Steel propellant casing May. 30, 1995
5136952 Air bag explosive container device and method Aug. 11, 1992
5130207 Thin wall steel cartridge cases Jul. 14, 1992
4535697 Cartridge case and apparatus for producing the same Aug. 20, 1985
4041868 Thin walled steel cartridge case Aug. 16, 1977











 
 
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