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Number: 273/364
Name: Amusement devices: games > Aerial projectile game; game element (e.g., target, etc.) or accessory therefor other than projector or projectile, per se > Target > Moving > Flying or moving freely through the air > Having projector-engaging protrusion, notch, or recess means for enhancing projection of target
Description: Target device including a protrusion, notch, or recess means for enhancing the projection of the target device into the air; which protrusion, notch, or recess means is adapted to be engaged by a portion of a projector device.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6695698 Electro-mechanical coin operated capsule dispensing game system Feb. 24, 2004
5389142 Method and composition for making an improved frangible biodegradable clay target Feb. 14, 1995
5350176 Video game Sep. 27, 1994
4335882 Sheet-metal target pigeon Jun. 22, 1982
4218061 Reusable target pigeon for autoloading launcher Aug. 19, 1980
4206919 Reusable target pigeon with universal witness disk Jun. 10, 1980
4133532 Simulated target pigeon Jan. 9, 1979
4077384 Target pigeon and launching apparatus therefor Mar. 7, 1978











 
 
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