Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Sheath for knife with dead blade










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4114787.

A sheath for a knife with a dead blade such as a hunting knife, a Bowie knife or the like comprises a quiver, a suspender attached to the quiver and serving to push the sheath onto a body belt, and an annular retainer pivotted to the suspender, capable of being pushed over the handle of the knife and serving to secure the knife in the quiver. The suspender of the sheath in the proximity of its lower end has an edged recess extending across the width of the suspender and a tongue adjacent thereto. The tongue is bevelled and defines the lower end of the suspender. The quiver of the sheath at the rear side has an edged U-shaped bridge integral with the quiver. The bridge is arrested with its web in the recess of the suspender. The suspender has an elongate hole extending from its one narrow side to the other narrow side. The rear side wall of said hole is made a resilient arm by a transverse slot. The annular holder is clipped into a semi-cylindrical bearing disposed at the suspender.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Cup
Telecommunications system and method
Sensor system
Method for producing purified influenza virus antigen
Image capture apparatus and program
Real-time pricing of shipping vendors
Methods and apparatus for monitoring communication through identification of priority-ranked keywords
  Randomly Featured Patents
Systems and methods for authenticating documents
Male fertility assay method and device
Fast and robust motion computations using direct methods
Method to improve step coverage by contact reflow
Oscillating sander
Stereoscopic image display
Communication devices incorporating reduced area imaging devices
Arrangement of at least one sensor on the landing gear of an aircraft for measuring its weight and position of center of gravity
Dynamic monitoring of ability to reassemble streaming data across multiple channels based on history
Signaling maintenance for discontinuous information communications