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Class Information
Number: 86/18
Name: Ammunition and explosive-charge making > Ammunition making > Caps and cartridges > Assembling, e.g., metal, plastic
Description: Subject matter includes putting together an explosive charge holding part to a tubular powder holding casing.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7712418 Waterproof cartridge seal May. 11, 2010
7707940 Multiple part munition May. 4, 2010
7213519 Composite polymer based cartridge case having an overmolded metal cup, polymer plug base assembly May. 8, 2007
6883413 Visible and UV/visible light anaerobic curable primer mix coating Apr. 26, 2005
5295428 Method of disassembling large-caliber combat cartridges and use of the cartridge components obtained by the method for the production of new cartridges Mar. 22, 1994
5256203 Adhesive for applying a fluid adhesive to the inside surfaces of cartridge cases adjacent their open projectile-receiving ends Oct. 26, 1993
4630341 Apparatus for the introduction of a piece into a seat in an object Dec. 23, 1986
4498234 Automatic apparatus for fitting objects into receptacles Feb. 12, 1985

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