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Number: 89/184
Name: Ordnance > Automatic > Breech block lock (positive or impositive) > Nonrectilinear breech block motion (e.g., tilting rotary, etc.)
Description: Guns in which the breech block motion or one component thereof is nonrectilinear, e.g., tilting rotary, etc.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
89/185 Rotary and sliding 60

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8065950 Automatic pistol Nov. 29, 2011
7997183 Firearm with enhanced recoil and control characteristics Aug. 16, 2011
7726230 Semiautomatic pistol Jun. 1, 2010
7370567 Armored plating system May. 13, 2008
6718680 Semiautomatic handgun having multiple safeties Apr. 13, 2004
6257116 Pistol Jul. 10, 2001
6112636 Gas-operated pistol Sep. 5, 2000
4569270 Automatic hand firearm Feb. 11, 1986
4056038 Dual purpose semi-automatic convertible rifle Nov. 1, 1977
4014247 Gas-operated shotgun Mar. 29, 1977
3998126 Delayed bolt action for firearm Dec. 21, 1976

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