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Inventor:
Bechtel; Daniel L.
Address:
Ft. Worth, TX
No. of patents:
5
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D391335 Ring for mounting a scope on a firearm February 24, 1998
D372848 Wrench for installing and removing shotgun chokes August 20, 1996
D346636 Bipod for supporting a firearm May 3, 1994
5107612 Mount for attaching a sighting aid to a pistol April 28, 1992
A rigid mounting apparatus for attaaching an auxiliary sighting aid to a pistol. In one embodiment, two major shapes are utilized, one of which has a transverse cross-section that is generally U-shaped; the second shape forms an L-shaped bracket that fits below the barrel of a pistol and
4531321 Scope-mounting devices for firearms July 30, 1985
An apparatus adapted for mounting an auxiliary sighting device (such as a scope or night-vision device) on a firearm includes an anchor member which has a surface that is configured so as to abut a portion of the firearm's exterior surface in load-bearing contact. The anchor member has a










 
 
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