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Fouqueau; Philip
Bourges, FR
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6848367 Priming device for the explosive charge of a sub-munition February 1, 2005
The present invention relates to priming device for the explosive charge of a sub-munition scattered by a carrier, of the type incorporating a firing pin onto which a deployable drag ribbon has been attached, a primer able to be driven by a motor organ and a detonating primer to ignite t
6474240 Device and process to attach a priming system to the body of a grenade November 5, 2002
A system for attaching a priming system onto the body of a grenade, including a support integrally fastened to the grenade body and incorporating a thin cylindrical wall whose upper edge is crimped onto the priming system.
5317975 Device for ejecting payload elements from the casing of a carrier shell June 7, 1994
The technical field of the invention relates to devices providing for the ejection of a plurality of payload elements from the casing of a carrier shell. The ejection device according to the invention includes a pyrotechnic composition placed in a head and intended to create, after i

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