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Number: 42/42.02
Name: Firearms > Breech loading > Upward-tilting breech > Firing mechanism > With single actuator > Plural triggers
Description: Devices wherein the plural triggers are interconnected to a firing train mechanism and plural triggers are operated by a single trigger actuator.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8250799 Method and apparatus for trigger assemblies for firearms Aug. 28, 2012
7677893 Training simulator for sharp shooting Mar. 16, 2010
7493718 Rifle with shoulder support Feb. 24, 2009
7356958 Forward rail mounted trigger module Apr. 15, 2008
7293385 Modular trigger group for firearms and firearm having a modular trigger group Nov. 13, 2007
6935063 Triple-barrel shotgun Aug. 30, 2005
6813854 Bolt system for multibarrel rifles Nov. 9, 2004
5349773 Double barrel break-action shotgun Sep. 27, 1994

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