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Class Information
Number: 86/47
Name: Ammunition and explosive-charge making > Cartridge packing
Description: Instruments for packaging cartridges for shipping.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
86/48 Belt loading 10

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8453366 Magazine loader Jun. 4, 2013
7752975 Insensitive munitions barrier Jul. 13, 2010
7497043 Magazine doubler Mar. 3, 2009
6464019 Perforating charge case Oct. 15, 2002
6360666 Alignment fixture Mar. 26, 2002
6343552 Solvent application system Feb. 5, 2002
5640054 Sabot segment molding apparatus and method for molding a sabot segment Jun. 17, 1997
5386777 Rocket motor construction from porous binder core Feb. 7, 1995
5301449 Magazine cartridge loader Apr. 12, 1994
5054363 Multi-channel apparatus for visually inspecting and packaging loose ammunition cartridges Oct. 8, 1991
5052549 Tray for ammunition cartridges Oct. 1, 1991
4671160 Method for supplying a water-in-oil emulsion explosive into a cartridge machine and an apparatus used therefor Jun. 9, 1987

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