Image Number 13 for United States Patent #5367829.
A security gate for children having a pair of gate sections that slide relative to each other to vary the effective width of the gate. The sections carry bumpers on their outer vertical side rails, and the bumpers on one side rail are extendable so that they force the bumpers to frictionally engage the sides of an opening to be closed by the gate. Independent of the bumpers brackets are provided on the vertical outer side rails and the sides of the opening to position the gate in the opening and resist the gate from being pushed out of the opening. The gate may be permanently mounted in the opening by hinges or may be removable from the opening.