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Number: 86/48
Name: Ammunition and explosive-charge making > Cartridge packing > Belt loading
Description: Machines for loading or filling belts with cartridges.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4984500 Ammunition casing extractor Jan. 15, 1991
4881447 Round-orienting replenisher for ammunition storage and transport system Nov. 21, 1989
4572052 Declipper/feeder Feb. 25, 1986
4566580 Ammunition reorienting process Jan. 28, 1986
4509401 Portable ammunition handling and loading system Apr. 9, 1985
4434700 Automated ammunition mixer Mar. 6, 1984
4292878 Ammunition orientation mechanism Oct. 6, 1981
4261680 Apparatus for orienting articles having an enlarged end Apr. 14, 1981
4048900 Extraction assembly Sep. 20, 1977
3983782 Ammunition loading system Oct. 5, 1976

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