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Portable equipment for immobilizing personal firearms

Image Number 7 for United States Patent #5703317.

Portable equipment for immobilizing personal firearms characterized by an articulation connecting the baseplate to the rail, and comprising an intermediate part rotatingly connected to the baseplate about axis (XX) by a coupling element. The intermediate portion forces the rail onto its contact surface by means of a tilting member. The freely mounted connecting element is connected to the intermediate part by a pivot axis. The tilting member including a head inserted into the rail and a slide integral with the head and the intermediate part.

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