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Clamping type caulking gun

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #5195660.

A device for dispensing fluid from a tube, the tube being of the type having a slot at the rear end and an apertured nozzle at the front end, the device comprising a handle with an upper support surface; a trigger pivotally secured to the handle; a fixed pressure plate secured to the support surface for receiving a tube, a rear vertical flange designed with horizontal slots acting as pivot points and a front vertical flange with an aperture for receiving a tube nozzle; a movable pressure plate having a rearwardly extending projection for engagement in the horizontal slots; and a coupling mechanism formed of a wire in an inverted U-shaped configuration with free ends coupled to the trigger and with an upper central extent positionable on the upper surface of the moveable pressure plate whereby squeezing the trigger with respect to the handle will cause the two plates to move together to compress a tube between the two plates and dispense the fluid from the tube.

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