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Class Information
Number: 102/702
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Compression ignition
Description: The ignition is a high pressured air or gas, heat generating material, spring, etc., for propelling a projectile.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6516725 Force amplifying initiating device Feb. 11, 2003
5945629 Fuseless ballistic explosive projectile Aug. 31, 1999
5942715 Weapon simulator Aug. 24, 1999
5216200 Device for igniting a propellant charge, a cartridge for the charge and a magazine for holding cartridges, especially for stud setting or driving tools Jun. 1, 1993
5180878 Gunfire simulator Jan. 19, 1993
5121691 Destructive effect projectile that explodes on impact Jun. 16, 1992
4899663 Percussion initiated inflator assembly Feb. 13, 1990
4856433 Initiator device with adiabatic compression ignition Aug. 15, 1989
4141295 Actuation mine simulator Feb. 27, 1979
3951038 Air operated projectile firing apparatus Apr. 20, 1976

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