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Inventor:
Coppage, Jr.; Edward A.
Address:
Oakton, VA
No. of patents:
7
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6127291 Anti-ballistic protective composite fabric October 3, 2000
A composite woven fabric made up of at least two plies of individual woven fabrics bonded together by a layer of flexible bonding resin disposed on juxtaposed surfaces of the individual woven fabrics. The bonding agent covers at least about 75%, preferably 100%, of the juxtaposed individ
5660913 Anti-ballistic protective composite fabric August 26, 1997
A composite fabric having inner and outer layers and a middle layer therebetween is disclosed. The inner and outer layers may be the same or different and each layer is made up of a plurality of sub-layers. The individual sub-layers are resin bonded substantially unidirectional anti-
5536553 Protective fabric comprising calendered sub-plies of woven fabric joined together by stitching July 16, 1996
There is disclosed a bullet resistant fabric which is capable of withstanding the penetration of a 9 mm or a .357 magnum bullet, has an areal density fo about 0.65 to 0.87 pound per square foot, and which is made up of a plurality of quilted together sub-plies of woven fabric having
5395671 Protective fabric March 7, 1995
A composite fabric, capable of stopping the penetration of a 44 Magnum, made up of layers of non-woven and woven fabrics of Kevlar, and/or Spectra, or the like high molecular weight polymer filaments, wherein the layers of woven fabric are quilted together in a spacing sufficient to
5008959 Bulletproof dress shirt April 23, 1991
A bulletproof dress shirt is disclosed which incorporates the following features: ease of installation, adjustability and removability through the use of VELCRO fasteners; lightweight design and removable bulletproof pads for ease in laundering; optional vital area protection; and design
4858245 Armored glove fingers August 22, 1989
An armored glove finger comprises a rib knit tubular member having an open end and an end closed with a seam. The tubular member is adapted to receive a human finger therein with the tip of the finger abutting the closed end and the seam disposed over the fingernail of the finger. The
4466135 Bulletproof dress shirt August 21, 1984
A bulletproof dress shirt is disclosed which incorporates the following features: ease of installation, adjustability and removability through the use of VELCRO fasteners; lightweight design and removable bulletproof pads for ease in laundering; optional vital area protection; and design










 
 
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