US20140041275A1 - One Hand Pistol Management System Magazine Speed Changer - Google Patents

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US20140041275A1
US20140041275A1 US13/927,094 US201313927094A US2014041275A1 US 20140041275 A1 US20140041275 A1 US 20140041275A1 US 201313927094 A US201313927094 A US 201313927094A US 2014041275 A1 US2014041275 A1 US 2014041275A1
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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
    • F41A9/82Reloading or unloading of magazines
    • F41A9/83Apparatus or tools for reloading magazines with unbelted ammunition, e.g. cartridge clips
    • 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
    • F41A35/00Accessories or details not otherwise provided for

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The embodiment of this device is a magazine carrier for semiautomatic pistols that provides the means for carrying multiple spare magazines, the means to load the magazines, change magazines in the pistol, operate the slide, clear a stoppage i.e. stove pipe/jam, and remove a barrel obstruction. All of these operations may be accomplished with the use of one hand only and is designed for use with either hand. This device has a removable weather resistant cover for environmental and physical protection of the magazines and for discrete carry by the individual. The device is typically worn on the body at the waistline on the right or left side, secured by the use of a belt or other strap using integral belt loops or belt clips or other method.

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    FIELD OF THE INVENTION
  • This invention pertains to the operation of semiautomatic pistols with regards to loading magazines, changing magazines, cycling the slide, and clearing a barrel obstruction.
  • BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • In the shooting world of Semiautomatic Pistols most people carry one or more spare magazines. A single stack magazine is of a design that facilitates the loading of cartridges one on top of the other in a straight line or in the same plane. A double stack magazine facilitates the loading of cartridges in offset positions or 2 parallel planes allowing more rounds to be loaded into one magazine.
  • These are usually carried in some type of magazine pouches or carriers. To load this magazine the shooter needs to hold the magazine with one hand and press the cartridges into the magazine with the other. After the first magazine is expended a second magazine is retrieved from the storage device using the weak or offhand. It is then inserted into the pistol magazine well for loading and firing additional rounds. When needed or desired the slide may be opened for inspection, locked opened, cycled (opened and allowed to close) to chamber a round or clear a stoppage (stove pipe). Both hands are normally needed to accomplish these tasks. When a barrel obstruction is encountered as with a “squib load” (a bullet can become stuck in the barrel when a cartridge has a low level of powder or no powder in the cartridge and is known as a squib load) the shooter must find a ram rod to drive out the bullet. This action requires the use of at least two hands. This action requires the use of both hands.
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • The embodiment of this invention allows an individual to perform all functions necessary for shooting a semi-automatic pistol with the use of only one hand. It aids the shooter in loading a magazine, replacing an expended magazine, manipulating the slide and, with the Ram Rod in place; the shooter can clear a barrel obstruction with only one hand. All these may be accomplished with one either hand.
  • With the Slide Fork and Ram Rod absent the platform becomes the Magazine Speed Changer and will be desirable for use by any fully able person.
  • EXPLANATION OF DRAWINGS
  • 1. FIG. 1 shows an exploded view of the invention.
  • 2. FIG. 2 shows the platform to which all parts are attached.
  • 3. FIG. 3 shows the magazine receiver plate. FIG. 3A shows the Receiver plate positioned for right hand use and FIG. 3B shows the position for left hand use.
  • 4. FIG. 4 shows the receive plate, part-9. This style of plate is used for receiving 2 single stack magazines in a single position. 9R shows the plate in a reversed position for clarification and to show locking pins 9P. 9F shows the prongs as needed for receiving 2 single stack magazines. Part 8 is the release button for the locking receiver for the #2 magazine position. 9H shows the hinge that allows the magazine receiver plates to pivot independently.
  • 5. FIG. 5. Part 2 shows the magazine retainer jaws 2A. 2B shows the jaws adjustment slots A.
  • 6. FIG. 6 shows part 7 in the extended position 7A and 7B shows part 7 in the retracted position.
  • 7. FIG. 7 shows the leaf spring part 5. 7A shows a top view and 7B shows a side view.
  • 8. FIG. 8 shows the Slide Fork part 6. 8A shows the fork in a retracted position and 8B shows the extended view.
  • 9. FIG. 9 shows the magazine adapter in different views
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • 1. In drawing 1 the exploded view shows all the parts that attach to the platform. All drawings and references show 2 magazine positions. When carrying the platform on the waist the magazine that is in the forward position is in position 1. The one to the rear of the magazine in position 1 and thus closer to the back of the shooter is position 2. The device may be expanded to accommodate 3, 4, 5, and up to any number of positions desired by widening the Platform, Receiver Plate, and the Jaws 2. FIG. 2 shows the platform (2A+B) to which all parts are attached. The platform consists of two vertical sidewalls 3″-6″ in height and ¾″-1¼″ wide. The back wall may be 2″ wide or wider depending on the number of magazine positions desired and 3″-6″ in height. The back is slotted (1A) near the top portion to provide the adjustability in height for the Magazine Retaining Jaws. The bottom is matched the same length as the width of the back and is the same width as the side walls at bottom joint. It is drilled (1-B) for the mounting bolts for the receiver plates, the slide fork and the ram rod, and leaf spring. The side wall are ¾″-1¼″ at the top and taper to ½″ near the bottom. This taper provides clearance for the magazines when they are drawn from receiver plates. The side walls also provide the mounting surface for the locking pins release buttons (1B part 8). The back provides the mounting of the integral belt loops (2B part 9) or the means to attach any other type of belt clips or an adaptation for canting (tilting) the carrier to the forward or rearward orientation. The materials used for construction may be metal, plastic, carbon fiber or any other material of like rigidity and resilience.
  • 3. FIG. 3 shows a 2 magazine position receiver plate (part 3) for one magazine per position of either single or double stack. When carrying the platform on the waist the magazine that is in the forward position is in position one. The one to the rear of the magazine in position 1 and thus closer to the back of the shooter is position 2. The length of the Receiver Plate is matched to the width of the back of the Platform (FIGS. 2 a andb) and has the same number of magazine positions as the Jaws (FIG. 2 a). The function of this part is to provide the magazine retaining forks (3D) for the magazine adapter plate loop to slide over to retain the bottom portion of the magazine. The forks are installed through a loop attached to the plate and are free to move through 90 degrees total and allow the magazine to rotate from a laying down, install position, up into the magazine retaining Jaws. The Forks are made with round stock of diameter 1/16″ to ⅜″ of metal or other durable material and cut to a length varying between ¾″-1¼″. This pivoting is done to accommodate magazines with different angles of bottom plates and different widths. The plate has receiving threaded receptacles (3C) for the mounting bolts. The mounting bolts pass through the base into the receiving plate receptacles. FIG. 3A shows the plate in the orientation for right hand use and B shows the orientation for left hand use. The plate merely spins 180 degrees for opposite hand use.
  • 4. FIG. 4 shows the receiver plate (part 9) that is used to carry 2 single stack magazines in each position. It uses the same loop and fork design provided in FIG. 3 with the exception that this receiver is not reversible for either hand. The forks on this part are formed slightly different to accommodate the number 2 or inside magazine in that the inside fork is bent to the outside direction to accommodate a magazine with a left hand position adapter plate on the magazine and the outside fork is set ⅜″ to ½″ higher than the inside (9F) with a right hand position magazine adapter. This difference in height is required so the pistol magazine well may fit over the first magazine so it can be rotated outward from the jaws. The receiver plate (9PL) is hinged (9H) and the fork plates are separated to provide independent operation of the 2 positions. When the first magazine is used and the second is needed, the pistol is placed over the top of the second magazine and rotated away from the Jaws. This action causes the receiver plate to rotate from 0 degrees up to 90 degrees away from the inside of the platform wherein the locking pin (9P) extends locking the plate in place. This lockup provides a firm support to allow the continued seating of the magazine into the pistol until it is fully seated and drawn from this position. To rotate the plate back into the carrying position, the plate Locking Pin (9P) is depressed to unlock the plate so it may be forced back into place by an external force. All parts will be made from metal, plastic, carbon fiber or other durable material.
  • 5. FIG. 5 shows the Magazine Retainer Jaws (2A). This part is used to retain magazines in a secured upright position by the use of outside pressure created by the spring action provided by the Jaws used in tandem. Each outside Jaw section (2C) is adjustable by use of screws (2D) entering from the rear of the Jaws mounting plate (2A) into nut plate receptacles. To set the correct pressure on a magazine the adjusting screws are loosened to a point to where the jaw will move back and forth. A magazine is placed between the fixed and movable jaw. The sliding jaw is then firmly pressed into the magazine wherein the screws are tightened to hold this jaw in position. FIG. 2 b shows the back of the retainer jaws mounting plate. The dimensions of the jaw are ¾″ to 1¼′ tall, 1″-1¼″ long. The width of the jaws is adjustable form 1″ to 1¼″.
  • These Jaws will be constructed from plastic or any durable material that will provide spring action tension.
  • 6. FIG. 6 shows the Ramrod assembly. The Ramrod (part 7) is constructed using an internally threaded tube matching the threads of the extender bolt 6C. The extender bolt is secured to the assembly plate 6D using a nut. The Ramrod assembly is secured to the bottom of the platform using the bolt (FIG. 1-9) attached to the receiver plate (FIG. 1-3.) FIG. 6A shows the Ramrod in an extended position. FIG. 6B shows the Ramrod in a retracted stowable position. The Ramrod assembly is used and stowed as described in claim 7.
  • 7. FIG. 7 shows the tension spring part 5 for the Ramrod assembly FIG. 6 part 7 and the Slide Fork FIG. 8 part 6. This spring is used to hold both assemblies in the stowed and deployed positions. The spring is held in position by the Receiver Plate mounting bolts (FIG. 1-9). This part is constructed from metal or any material that will provide spring tension pressure.
  • 8. FIG. 8 shows the Slide Fork part 6 in 2 views. 8A shows the Fork retracted for the stowed for carry position. 8B shows the Fork in the extended, deployed for use position. The Fork is constructed of round stock of metal, plastic or other durable material. The Slide Fork is used and stowed as described as in claim #6. The Fork is attached to the Platform using the Receiver Plate bolt (FIG. 1-9).
  • 9. FIGS. 9A, B, and C shows the magazine adapter plate. The plate is made from metal, plastic or other durable material. It is a flat plate ¾″-1¼″ wide by ¾″- 1/14″ long with a loop ⅛″ to ⅜″ in diameter by ¼″-¾″ long either attached or molded into place. This loop slides over the receiver plate fork (FIG. 3-D) to retain the bottom portion of the magazine. It is attached to the magazine with screws, epoxy or other means. It is designed for ambidextrous use.

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I claim:
1. A spare pistol magazine carrier comprised of a platform and parts to facilitate the installation, carrying, loading and removal of multiple magazines from multiple positions, made up of interchangeable parts comprising:
the magazine retainer jaws for holding the top portion of the magazines in place;
a receiver plate, mounted to the floor of the platform, holding the bottom portion of a magazine, where a Magazine Adapter is installed on the magazine, in place and retain the Magazine in position until the Magazine is rotated away from the Jaws thus allowing the Magazine to be drawn from the retainer;
a stowable slide fork that provides a means to open and lock back the slide of a pistol, clear a stoppage, or chamber a round of ammunition; and
a ram rod providing the capability to clear a barrel obstruction.
2. The platform of claim 1 providing the mounting and carrying frame for the interchangeable parts as later described, being comprised of three vertical walls and a floor, open to the top and front to facilitate the installation, loading, and removal of the magazines. The Platform connects to the belt loops by way of belt clips or similar system to attach to a carrying strap to secure it to the body. The Platform provides the adjusting slots for the Retainer Jaws mounting plate and the holes in the bottom plate for the Receiver plate, Slide Fork, Ram Rod and the release tabs for the four magazine position Receiver plate.
3. The Retainer Jaws of claim 1 providing the clamping tension on the upper portion of the magazines to hold them in place while loading the magazines or during routine carry of this device. The Jaws plate is adjustable in height to allow the use of different length magazines and the Jaws are individually adjustable allowing the use of magazines of different widths. These Jaws may be replaceable with a magnet of suitable strength and configuration to accomplish the holding of the top of the Magazine in place.
4. The Receiver Plate providing the means of securing a plurality of magazines in a stacked configuration in claim 1 providing the means to retain the bottom portion of the magazine in place until it is needed. This Plate is designed for use with any double or single stack magazine. The Receiver Plate is mounted to the bottom of the platform by use of multiple screws or bolts through the existing holes into retainer nuts or the plate. The Plate is made up of a loop set perpendicular to the length of the plate. This allows the forks to pivot from 0 degrees (parallel to the plate) to 90 degrees up (perpendicular to the plate). This will accommodate the use of many different brands of Magazines that have floor plates of differing angles allowing the magazines to stand fully upright for proper alignment in the Jaws. The forks require the use of the magazine adapter described in claim one. This plate is reversible in orientation to the device by using the same mounting holes in the floor plate. This allows the device to be used in a left or right handed mode. Receiver Plate (B) is designed to be used with single stack magazines and may be used to place 2 magazines into each magazine position. This Receiver Plate will have the capability to hold and one hand install replacement cartridges for a Taser.
5. The Magazine Adapter of claims 1 and 4 is a plate that is attached to the floor plate of a magazine that has a loop that slides over the forks on the receiver plate. When the magazine is tilted away from the Jaws the loop slides over the fork, the magazine is then rotated up to engage the Jaws and is ready to load or transport. The plate is sized to fit a plurality of presently manufactured magazines and is reversible for right or left hand use.
6. The Slide Fork of claim 1 mounted to the underside of the bottom of the platform using one of the mounting screws of the Retainer Plate. The purpose of the Fork is to provide a stable, hands free, affixed means to manipulate or manage the slide of a semiautomatic pistol. It may be used to chamber a round of ammunition, clear a stoppage, or lock open the slide. This fork assembly,—made up of two legs, one being fixed while the other pivots from a center point of the assembly, is intended to be rotated from a stowed position (0 degrees) under the platform to a maximum of 90 degrees when deployed. Once deployed, the pivoting leg is further pivoted open for use. The fork is stowed in the reverse order. This part is required for the Pistol Management System but is optional for the Magazine Speed Changer.
7. The Ram Rod of claim 1 mounted to the underside of the platform using one of the Receiver plate mounting bolts. Said Ram Rod is deployed by pulling the Ram Rod mounting bracket straight out to the front of the device, in line with the longitudinal line of the platform, and then pivoted to a position beside the forward most magazine. The Ram Rod is then unscrewed from the stowed position to a length that is needed to clear an obstruction from the barrel of the pistol. Once the needed length is acquired, the base of the Ram Rod should be placed on a firm surface. The barrel of the pistol is placed over the extended Ram Rod and forced downward with firm pressure and repeated until the obstruction is removed. The Ram Rod is stowed in reverse order. This part is required for the Pistol Management System but is optional for the Magazine Speed Changer.
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