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Number: 42/55
Name: Firearms > Toy > Cannon
Description: Devices made in imitation of cannon, mortars, etc., and adapted to hold an explosive charge, generally a firecracker. A projectile may or may not be used.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7520203 Apparatus for removing dud Apr. 21, 2009
6192612 Propulsion device Feb. 27, 2001
6099316 Simulated assault weapon Aug. 8, 2000
5944502 Weapon stimulator Aug. 31, 1999
5942715 Weapon simulator Aug. 24, 1999
5887578 Ball projecting attachment for various air blowers Mar. 30, 1999
5771621 Ball pitching machine Jun. 30, 1998
5183357 Rivet fastener with drilling bit Feb. 2, 1993
5180878 Gunfire simulator Jan. 19, 1993
4961718 Toy pistol with a ball bullet Oct. 9, 1990
4654008 Automatic weapons effect signature simulator Mar. 31, 1987
3938272 Toy cannon Feb. 17, 1976











 
 
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