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Toy gun of the magazine type.

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US1135703A
US1135703A US1914830658A US1135703A US 1135703 A US1135703 A US 1135703A US 1914830658 A US1914830658 A US 1914830658A US 1135703 A US1135703 A US 1135703A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F41WEAPONS
    • F41BWEAPONS FOR PROJECTING MISSILES WITHOUT USE OF EXPLOSIVE OR COMBUSTIBLE PROPELLANT CHARGE; WEAPONS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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G. C. LASARES.

TOY GUN 0F THE MAGAZINE TYPE.

APPLICATION FILED APILQ. I9I4.

Patented Apr. 13, 1915.

.6. J l mmm i@ W Sg k x. w... .N u a 6 .QN d mm y mw K EQN. Nv MmuI/II hmm I m .Q NN. QN N. ww "WH0 ,gw N I To all whom t may concern GEORGE c; yLasaREs, or SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS.

TOY GUN OF THE MAGAZINE TYPE.

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Specification of Letters Patent. Pmbnted An-[Q 13, 5.

, application med April 9,- 1914. serial No. 830,658.

Be it known that I, GEoaGEC. LAsAREs, a

citizen of the UnitedStates of America, 7

vdesignates the barrel, 2 the stock or handle residing at Springfield, in the county of Hampden and State .of Massachusetts, have .invented new and useful Improvementsin Toy Guns of the Magazinelype, of which` the following is a' specification.

This invention relates to improvements 1n toy guns for shooting small spherical ob]ect either of light or heavy material.

'An object of the invention is to provide a device that can be readily operated or set to permit one of the projectiles' to automatically pass or fall from the magazine chamber into the barrel. y

Broadly, the invention comprises a magazine chamber that is located -immediately communicating betweenl theA two at the forward 'end of the magazines-chamber, an expelling piston locatedin'the barrel and nor-` mally propelled forward by means of a compression spring, means comprising a handle for setting ordrawing back the propelling piston into a cocked position to lock the piston withthe spring under com-- pression, `and a trigger to release the expelling'piston and permit the stored energy in the spring to exert its. force to drive the piston forward.

Further, the invention comprises a temporary retaining receptacle to retain thd'projectiles in a stationary position priorto the firing ofthe gun. 4

Referring to the dra-Wings: Figure -1 is an outline view of the complete gun showing the lever for cooking the gun in its closed or rearward position. Figi 2 is a vertical longitudinal sectional view through'the axis of the barrel showing the interior construction of the operative parts with the piston in its forwardposition after a projectile. has been discharged, and, indicated in dotted line position, is the handle mechanism for drawing the piston rearward into la cocked position. Fig. 3 is a transverse sectional View on the line- 3*-3Yof Fig. 2. ig. 4 is a detail vertical sectional view of the forward end of the magazine and the adjacent portion of the barrel and showing the pis-4 ton in a retracted-*position with-the expelling spring under compression and illustrating the elastic tongue' receptacle for ltemporarily receiving a projectile after the same passes from the magazine chamber to the e "barrel.

Referringv to the drawings'in detail, 1

portion ofthe toy gun, and 3 the magazine chamber'. This chamber is locatedabove v the rear. portion of the barrel andextends rearwardly to the stock to which it is attached. It is permanently closed at its-for- `projectiles normally roll forward toward the openings 7 and 8 which register with. each other and whereby the projectiles may pass from t /e magazine to the barrel as indicated'in ig. '4. y y

9 designates a spacing block located between the forward end of the stock 2 and the rear end of the magazine to maintain the magazine in an inclined position. 10 designates a piston that is attached ltoa rod 1l by means of the screw-threads 12.

V13 designates two pins `or stops against which the compressiomspring 14 at one end bears', the forward end of thecompression spring engaging the rear side of the piston 10. Y g

The rod 11 is formed, at its' rear end,

' with a downwardly extending projection 15.

This projection is engaged'by the forward end 16 of lthe'setting lever 16 that 'is piv-` otally connected, as'shown at 17, to( the 4inclosmg casing 1'8 and extends rearwardly as indicated Where it engages the underside of the stock 2. `v

l20 designates a projection that .is made tapering as indicated at 21, the purpose of which is to automatically lock the handle 16 to the stock after the piston'is drawn back into a cocked positinf\ y y' 22 designates), the trigger that is formed Witha catch or pawl portion 23. The trigger is pivoted in the casing 18 at 24 and is normally actuated to move tl e locking pawl 23 upward by means of the spring 25 wheref by when fthe lever 16 is moved into the `dotted line osit'ion the downwardly prooperation the foremost projectile 26 will fall 11o downward through the openings-7 and 8 into the position shown in Fig. 4r and temporarily retained in the elastic receiving receptacle 27 prior to the-forward expelling movement of the piston 10.

In order to lire the arm, it is only neces-- sary to pull rearwardlyon the finger portion 28 of the trigger 22, thus releaslng the downwardly projecting part lfand per\l mitting the springli which is under com\ pression to assumeits'expanded position 'i i' 'ne 3 isattached to the barrell 2 bymeans .and forcibly drivd the piston 10 forwardly `vagainst-V the.. .projectile and? expelling;

it from? the barrel 'ofthe-- arm. '-.ItJwill be' noticed-that the forward end o 'theifmagaof the'clip 29 which passes over the top of the magazine and down around the sides of and below the barrel 1, and it will also be noticed that the 4piston 10 when in the position shown in Fig. 2 prevents the projectiles from passing lfrom the magazine into the barrel.

What `I claim is 1, In avtoy gun designed to expel spherical projectiles and comprlsing, in combination, a barrel member, a magazine for containing said projectiles, and located above the bar-v rel-member, registering openings between the barrel and magazine to permit the foremost projectile to fall by gravity from the magazine into the barrel, an elastic receptacle located on the lower external side of the barrel and arranged in an opening there-A of to temporarily retain a projectile in place prior to its expulsion, means comprising a pivotally mounted Ahandle having an upwardly extending end for engaging a single inclined'position and located above the barrel, registering openings between the forward portion of the magazine and the rearward portion of the barrel to permit the foremost vprojectile to pass from the magazine into the barrel by gravity, an 'elastic tongue formed with a curved portion to receive. and temporarily retain said projectile' in position prior to its expulsion from the barrel and located within an opening of the n barrel, expelling means comprising a piston, a rod secured thereto, stops located near the, rear end of the barrel, a compression spring located between the piston and said stops,

the rear portion of the rod being formed with a downwardly` projecting portion, a trigger, a setting lever'foythe piston designed to move the downwardly projecting portion of the rod to engage the trigger, means for locking the setting lever to the stock portion of the gun, whereby when the trigger is released said projectile will be eX- pelled.

GEORGE C. LASARES Witnesses:

HARRY W. BOWEN, H. E. HARTwELL.

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Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2434436A (en) * 1944-06-22 1948-01-13 Harold S Rochowiak Toy machine gun
US2530658A (en) * 1946-03-23 1950-11-21 Gricar John Toy spring pistol
US2573884A (en) * 1947-07-21 1951-11-06 Daisy Mfg Co Removable shot magazine for pneumatic guns
US6524286B1 (en) * 1999-03-25 2003-02-25 Gordon O. Helms Medical application system for animals

Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2434436A (en) * 1944-06-22 1948-01-13 Harold S Rochowiak Toy machine gun
US2530658A (en) * 1946-03-23 1950-11-21 Gricar John Toy spring pistol
US2573884A (en) * 1947-07-21 1951-11-06 Daisy Mfg Co Removable shot magazine for pneumatic guns
US6524286B1 (en) * 1999-03-25 2003-02-25 Gordon O. Helms Medical application system for animals

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