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US1061787A
US1061787A US73400412A US1912734004A US1061787A US 1061787 A US1061787 A US 1061787A US 73400412 A US73400412 A US 73400412A US 1912734004 A US1912734004 A US 1912734004A US 1061787 A US1061787 A US 1061787A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F41WEAPONS
    • F41AFUNCTIONAL FEATURES OR DETAILS COMMON TO BOTH SMALLARMS AND ORDNANCE, e.g. CANNONS; MOUNTINGS FOR SMALLARMS OR ORDNANCE
    • F41A9/00Feeding or loading of ammunition; Magazines; Guiding means for the extracting of cartridges
    • F41A9/61Magazines
    • F41A9/64Magazines for unbelted ammunition
    • F41A9/72Tubular magazines, i.e. magazines containing the ammunition in lengthwise tandem sequence

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vJ. O. SIMPSON.
MAGAZINE FIREARM. APPLICATION FILED NOV. 29, 1912.
1,061,787. I Patented May 13,1913.
INVENTOR ATTORNEY his H 7 mentydetaohed; E v v "I :10 denotes the barrel; l1.'the"reoeiver,- 12' the magazine,i 13 the magazine plug', 14 the :maQ-azine'sprihg and file-the follower, all-of which maybe of any Ordinaryor preferredjar-m an] no more. r I o r j'With-f this endin view the invention-com siste in.t h e novelooh'st-ruotion and eombina} I tio'nof parts which will be'hereinaiterude "scribed andthen speei fieally pointed outin the'claimsjhereuntoPappended.
In the accompanying drawing forming a part of :this specificatiom'. Figure" 1' is a view 'ofso muchof afinagezine firearm as is neces.-'- sary to illustrate the 'construction,' applica- 25- 1mm, the" barrel beingiii elevation, there;
.eeiver partly in. elevat on and partly in seetion, the-megezine in section and-one form efa mynovel' improvementpartly in elev"a ema apartly 'in-seotibnfand Fig. 2 is a"- vieW. partIy inelevatiom'and partly 'in"section' of I to' thegouter end of the magazine. The fol 4'0- i lindis-show-n ashaving e elo'se'd end.- The mailly'aots-t-o hold the follower at" the rear. end of -themagezine as 'shownin the draws 1 ing.. The follower is provided Witheh enlarged forward end Which-engegesefr in-. -telnal-shoulder 16 on the m'zi'gazine, to limit rpm o. s'mrsomong-miongfinw Your,hssmnoiii'i'o-nuhnmmou Ami/is AND AMMU- mmonoommm onn mi mw with, AQCOZBJORAIZRIUN OF NEW YORK.
it ap lieable ,toihegezine Inhtheit words the inventitjri is a;
tion and 'o'peration of my novel improve-- var ant; f rm. of the improve-- construction. The magazine plug is secured low is ordiuarily' a sheet. metal thimhle magazine spring bears against the magazine blug a-nd the end of the follower'andnorthe; inward movement :of the follower, and elso serves as ebearing upon-the inner wall of the magazine.
ori'ivholly elosed asp-at 21 by turning the QmetaJ-LiHWai'dtO" form 4 a; bearing for the r In. the for nillustrated in Fig, 2, ;member 117 is *made' solid and the spring is I ishorter and bears against the forward end offthe' m'ember. "The'fu'notion of the spring {is 'to retain ineinber'17 in engagement with 3 the; follower; '-The rear endhf tubular memlien is provided with a stop 22, as 2.. rolled orswaged" bead,- and; the forward end "of member 17;i s provided with 'an enlargement effectively centered in thev inag'egzirmg' a tubular member 18 a'sqby at rivet 24.
.in the magazine This iforthereeson that gage the rear end of tubular 'member 18, indicated by 26, and prevent theinsertion of arm to two cartridges by restricting the. f0rward movement??? the follower.
In assembling the converter, member 17 is passed into illii'idliu member 18 and forward stop' on member-18. The spring is thenin verter a self-Containedul'iit 1,; To transform e inagazine r'armiinto a two-shot firearm; themagez'I-neiplug is re- My novel improvement comprises a mem; her I? ehm may he tubular as in Fig. l or Y" mentedm 13, 1913,
heirs against member 17 and thehead In the'form illustrated in Fi.g."1,' member 17; 'is' made tubular and itsrearwend is partly tubular memberz' 18 is made long enough so that should an ztttempt be made .toinsert a second partridge in the .vmagazine, the end of. the. follower, indicated 25, will en-- 'an additional cartridge into the magazine, ,-I thus strictly limit the capacity of the lite 27 "whieh is adapted to enga'geithe'stopjto i S provided-with a hub2 3whioh passes Within to ,xvhieh it is secured In use,-the.o perator inserti'ai Cartridge 111 the barrel and one cartridge-but nomore;
until the shoulder on member 17 engages the serted and hub 23 is iiiserted into member 18:. and riveted-in place, thus .maki g the c0n- 100 move leaving the magazirie'spring in plece', the converter is inserted info-the mag; I05 azine jvithmthe magazine spring, anfl 'the f taining the spring .in place,
adaptedto slide telescopically therein and said second. member in; an extended position.
means for retaining 2. A magazine firearm converter for insertion within the magazlne spring comprising a tubular member, a second tubular member adapted to slide telescopically therein, a springfor holding said second member in an extended positio-n'and a head secured,
to the first member for retaining the spring in place; h
3. A magazine-firearm conwrter'for in- 'sertion within the magazine spring-comprising a tubular-member, a second member adapted to slide telescopically therein, a
sp'r'ing for holdingsaid second member in an extended position, nieansforretaining said members in engagement and means for re- 4. A magazine firearm converter for insertion within the magazine-spring c0n1- prising a tubular member, having astop at one end, asecond member adapted to slide.
telescopically therein and having a shoulder adapted to engage thestop, for the purpose set forth. a spring for holding said second member in an extended position and means for'retiiining the spring in place.
5. A magazine firearm converter for'insert-ion within the magazine spring comprising a tubular member having a stop at one end, a secondjtubular meln ber adapted to slide telescopically therein, said. second member having a closing at one end and a,
' retains itin 6. In a firearm of the character described, v zine plug, a magazine spring and a follower, of a-tubular member having a head secured thereto "which lies within the magazine second member, r the purpose set forth,
against which the spring bears and which place.
the combination. with a magazine, a magaand a head secured to the first member spring, a second tubular member adapted to slide telescopically in the first member and aspring. within the tubular members and engaging the second'tubular member and the head, whereby said second "member isheld in engagement withthe follower, sub- 1 stantially as described, for the purpose speci- 7 .7 In aufirearm of the character described,
the combination with 'a magazine, a magazine plug, a magazine spring and a follower,
of a tubular member, a second-tubular member adapted to slide telescopically therein,
and' a spring Within the tubular members i adapted to retain the second member in engagement with the follower. 8. In-a firearmaof the character described,
zine plugja magazine spring and a follower,
"the combinationv with a magazine, a magaof a tubular member having a stop, a second member adapted to' slide telescopically in the-first member andhaving means for engaging the-stop and a spring acting to hold the second member in engagement w th the "follower.
' -In testimony whereof I .aflix my signature Witnesses.
.in presence of two v JOHN O. 'SIMPSQN.
,VVitnesses: I W. F. Lmvnnxcn, Jolmson MORGAN.
(Ioples of this patent may be obtained for'fiv e cents each. by addressing the Commissioner otratentl.
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US2635378A (en) * 1950-01-31 1953-04-21 Remington Arms Co Inc Magazine plug for firearms
US3165852A (en) * 1963-09-25 1965-01-19 Olin Mathieson Auxiliary spring for a tubular magazine
US3777383A (en) * 1972-06-30 1973-12-11 J Troutman Magazine capacity reducer kit for repeating shotguns
USB437172I5 (en) * 1973-02-01 1975-01-28
EP2607834A1 (en) * 2011-12-23 2013-06-26 Browning International, société anonyme Improved rifle with automatic cartridge reloading
US20150323272A1 (en) * 2013-10-02 2015-11-12 Frank Edward McNitt Compression follower
US9267749B1 (en) * 2015-01-27 2016-02-23 Michael Dukart Firearm magazine plug
US20160061546A1 (en) * 2014-09-02 2016-03-03 Kennith K. Shade Firearm magazine capacity limiter
US9435607B1 (en) * 2015-08-10 2016-09-06 Gaylan Wayne Moushon Shotgun with adjustable shell loading capacity

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2635378A (en) * 1950-01-31 1953-04-21 Remington Arms Co Inc Magazine plug for firearms
US3165852A (en) * 1963-09-25 1965-01-19 Olin Mathieson Auxiliary spring for a tubular magazine
US3777383A (en) * 1972-06-30 1973-12-11 J Troutman Magazine capacity reducer kit for repeating shotguns
USB437172I5 (en) * 1973-02-01 1975-01-28
US3913251A (en) * 1973-02-01 1975-10-21 Browning Arms Co Self-retaining magazine plug
EP2607834A1 (en) * 2011-12-23 2013-06-26 Browning International, société anonyme Improved rifle with automatic cartridge reloading
US9534862B2 (en) * 2013-10-02 2017-01-03 Frank Edward McNitt Compression follower
US20150323272A1 (en) * 2013-10-02 2015-11-12 Frank Edward McNitt Compression follower
US10605552B2 (en) 2013-10-02 2020-03-31 Frank Edward McNitt Compression follower
US20160061546A1 (en) * 2014-09-02 2016-03-03 Kennith K. Shade Firearm magazine capacity limiter
US9267749B1 (en) * 2015-01-27 2016-02-23 Michael Dukart Firearm magazine plug
US9435607B1 (en) * 2015-08-10 2016-09-06 Gaylan Wayne Moushon Shotgun with adjustable shell loading capacity
US9506720B1 (en) * 2015-08-10 2016-11-29 Gaylan Wayne Moushon Shotgun with adjustable shell loading capacity

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