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US3137958A
US3137958A US234283A US23428362A US3137958A US 3137958 A US3137958 A US 3137958A US 234283 A US234283 A US 234283A US 23428362 A US23428362 A US 23428362A US 3137958 A US3137958 A US 3137958A
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • F41CSMALLARMS, e.g. PISTOLS, RIFLES; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR
    • F41C23/00Butts; Butt plates; Stocks
    • F41C23/14Adjustable stock or stock parts, i.e. adaptable to personal requirements, e.g. length, pitch, cast or drop

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K. R. LEWIS ETAL 3,137,958

ADJUSTABLE BUTT STOCK June 23, 1964 Filed Oct. 29, 1962 3 Sheets-Sheet 1 IJJ 28 \e \5 so |2 va l7 2| 2 KARL R. w\s FIG 2. gsnuce w. BRowmNe JM Qm my June 23, 1964 K. R. LEWIS ETAL 3,137,958

ADJUSTABLE BUTT STOCK Filed Oct. 29, 1962 s Sheets-Sheet 2 INVENTOR. KARL R. LEW 5 %RUC E W. BROWN \NG June 23, 1964 LEWIS ETAL 3,137,958

ADJUSTABLE BUTT STOCK Filed Oct. 29, 1962 3 Sheets-Sheet 3 I i I INVENTOR KARL R. LEWB BRUCE W. BROWNMG United States atent fifice Patented June 23, 1964 3,137,953 ADJUSTABLE BUTT STGCK Karl R. Lewis and Bruce W. Browning, Ogden, Utah, assignors to Browning Industries, Inc., Ogden, Utah, a corperatien of Utah Filed Get. 29, 1962, Ser. No. 234,283 6 Claims. (Ci. 42-73) This invention relates generally to fire arms and is more particularly directed to an adjustable butt stock for fire arms.

A principal object of the present invention is to provide a fire arm with an adjustable butt stock which permits both children and adults having difierent pull requirements to shoot the firearm comfortably and efficiently.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a firearm with an adjustable butt stock which is easily and readily adjusted without aifecting the shooting qualities of the firearm.

A further object of the present invention is to provide a. firearm with an adjustable butt stock which does not detract from the normal pleasant appearance of the firearm with the butt stock in its retracted position.

A still further object of the present invention is to provide a firearm with an adjustable butt stock which is simple in construction and its operation and inexpensive in cost yet most effective in its function of permitting persons having different pull requirements to fire the firearm.

With these and other objects in view, the invention will be best understood from a consideration of the following detailed description taken in connection with the accompanying drawing forming a part of this specification, with the understanding, however, that the invention is not confined to any strict conformity with the showing of the drawing but may be changed or modified so long as such changes or modifications mark no material departure from the salient features of the invention as expressed in the appended claims.

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FIGURE 1 is a longitudinal sectional view of a butt stock of a fire arm showing my adjustable butt plate.

FIGURE 2 is a similar view showing the butt plate in an extended position.

FIGURE 3 is a cross sectional view taken along 3-3 of FIGURE 2.

FIGURE 4 is a side elevational view of the slide lock rod as seen removed from the butt stock.

FIGURE 5 is a front elevational view thereof.

FIGURE 6 is a side elevational view of a modified construction of my slide lock rod.

FIGURE 7 is a fragmentary side elevational view of a guide bar for use with the slide lock shown by FIG- URE 6.

FIGURE 8 is a side elevational view of a further modified constructed slide lock rod.

FIGURE 9 is a fragmentary side elevational view of a guide bar for use with the slide lock rod shown by FIG- URE 8.

Referring to the drawings wherein like numerals are used to designate similar parts throughout the several views, the numeral It! refers to the butt stock of a firearm such as a rifle, shot gun and the like on which is mounted my adjustable butt plate 11 for quick and ready adjustment thereon as is described in detail hereinafter. The butt stock 11 is provided with a vertically disposed bore 12 which extends from the lower wall of the butt stock to a position adjacent to the upper wall thereof. A pair of spaced and parallel horizontal bores 13 and 14 intersect the vertical bore 12 and extend longitudinally of the butt stock 10 from the end Wall 15.

Slidably mounted in the parallel horizontal bores 13 and 14 are guide bars 16 and 17 of the adjustable butt plate 11. The butt plate 11 is provided with a shoulder engaging plate member 18 which is flat on its inner side Wall normally abutting against the end wall 15 of the butt stock 10 and whose outer surface is contoured to fit a persons shoulder as are the conventional butt stocks of rifles and shot guns. The guide bars 16 and 17 may be secured to the adjustable butt plate member 18 in any appropriate manner as by welding. In the instant butt plate 11, the guide bars 16 and 17 are provided with dowelled end portions 19 which are received by bores in the plate member 18. The ends 19 are chamfered and welded flush with the outer surface, then ground and polished to provide a smooth outer surface. The guide bars 16 and 17 are substantially identical in construction consisting of a cylindrical body portion 20 slotted longitudinally as at 25 to form a pair of spaced guide members 26 which fit snugly in the bores 13 and 14 so as to slide easily therealong. The upper portion of the body portion 20 is slotted to form shoulders 21 and 22 and provided with a plurality of equally spaced notches 23 having a V-shape. The notches 23 of the guide bars 20 are engaged by a plurality of V-shaped locking tooth members 27 and 28- mounted on a slide lock rod 30.

The lock rod 30 which is slidably positioned in the vertical bore 12 is provided with a cylindrical body member 31 having the same diameter as the bore 12. Portions of the body member 31 are slotted along each side as at 32, 32 and 33, 33 to form reduced portions 34 and 35 which are positioned in the slots 25 between the pairs of spaced guide members 26. The lower end 36 of the lock rod 30 is provided with a coaxially positioned threaded bore for receiving an adjusting bolt 37 while the upper end of the lock rod 30 is provided with a socket 38 for receiving the lower end of a coil spring 39. The coil spring 39 engages the upper end of the vertical bore 12 to yieldingly urge the lock rod 30 in an outward or downward direction. The locking teeth 27, 28 which normally engage the notches 23 prevent the slide lock rod 30 from sliding out of bore 12. By applying a force against the adjusting bolt 37 in an upwardly direction, the coil spring 39 will be compressed and the lock rod 30 will slide upwardly to disengage the teeth 28, 23 and 27, 27 from the notches 23. The adjustable butt plate 11 is now free to be slid in any direction to place it on the desired position with relation to the end wall 15 of the butt stock 10. In order to prevent inadvertently pulling the adjustable butt plate 11 completely free of the butt stock 10, the teeth 28, 28 and 27, 27 will be engaged by the shoulders 22 on the ends of the guide members 26. This is accomplised by the adjusting bolt 37 which bears against the lower surface of the guide members 26 to prevent the lock rod 30 from sliding upwardly beyond the engagement of the teeth 27, 28 with the shoulders 22. To remove the adjustable butt plate 11, the adjusting bolt 37 is unthreaded a short distance. Then an upward force on the adjusting bolt 37 will permit the lock rod 30 to slide upwardly against the spring pressure 39 to a position wherein the teeth 27, 28 will be above and free of the shoulders 22 and above the horizontal bores 13, 14. The adjustable butt plate 11 can now be removed entirely from the butt stock 10 and the lock rod 30 will slide downwardly and outwardly of the bore 12.

To replace the lock rod 30 and the adjustable butt plate 11 back to their operating positions on the butt stock 10, the lock rod 30 is slid upwardly in the bore 12 until the coil spring 39 is compressed and the teeth 27, 27 and 28, 28 are above the top edges of the horizontal bores 14 and 13 respectively. The guide members 26 are then inserted into the bores 13 and 14 and made to slide inwardly until at least one pair of notches 23 have passed the position of the vertical bore 12. The lock rod 30 is then released of the upward force having been applied thereon. The coil spring 39 will cause the lock rod 30 to slide 9 1.3 downwardly until the teeth 27, 27 and 28, 28 engage the guide members 26. A push or pull on the adjustable butt stock 11 will cause the guide members 26 to slide until the teeth 27, 27 and 28, 28 engage the notches 23 at the desired position of the adjustable shoulder plate member 18. The adjusting bolt 37 is then threaded inwardly to its housed position as shown by FIGURE 2. The adjustable bolt 37 will now permit the lock bolt 30 to slide upwardly a distance sufficient only for the teeth 27, 27 and T28, 28 to be disengaged from the notches 27 but lie in the path of the shoulders 28 at the ends of the guide members 26. When the shoulder plate member 18 is in abutting relation with the end wall of the butt stock 10, the appearance will be that of a permanently rigidly secured butt plate of conventional rifles, shot guns, etc. Only when a change in the length of pull is required by the user will the adjustable butt plate 11 be adjusted with relation to the butt stock 10. This permits children and adults to shoot the same gun with comfort giving each user of the gun their proper pull requirement, namely, the distance from the center of the butt plate 18 to the trigger of the gun.

Various arrangements of teeth and engaged notches may be utilized in different types of guns for achieving differently desired results. For instance, if a quick change of pull is desired without the necessity of pushing inwardly on the lock bolt 37, notches 23 which are V- shaped are substituted by notches 43 which have one vertical leg 44 and a rearwardly extending leg 45 as shown by FIGURE 7. The lock rod as shown by FIGURE 6 is modified to provide teeth 49 which have an upright forward wall 47 and a rearwardly tapering rear wall 48.

' 'This combination of notches 43 on the guide members 46 and teeth 49 on the lock rod will permit the adjustable butt plate 11 to be pulled outwardly without the necessity of pushing upwardly on the adjusting bolt 37. The outward pulling force will cause the rear walls 48 of the teeth 49 to slide upwardly along the rear edges of the notches 43. However, to push the adjustable butt plate .18. inwardly, an upward force on the lock rod 30 must still be applied against the adjusting nut 37 In the use of the adjustable butt plate 11 on high powered firearms where the recoil force is great, the lock rod 30 shown by FIGURE 8 and the guide members 56 having notches 53 are utilized. The body member 50 of the lock rod 30 is provided with teeth 56 having blunt end portions which are received by squared notches 53 of the guide members 56. There is no possibility of the teeth 56 being inadvertently lifted out of the notches 53 by any forces being applied on the butt plate 18. In this instance, the body member 50 of the lock rod 30 must he slid upwardly by a force applied against the adjusting nut 37 in order to adjust the position of the butt plate in either direction.

What we claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States is:

l. A firearm comprising a butt stock having a longitudinal and a transverse bore, said bores being in inter-- secting relationship, a butt plate positioned on said stock, a guide member secured at one end to said butt plate and slidably positioned in said longitudinal bore in said stock, locking means slidably positioned in said transverse bore, means mounted on said locking means engaging said guide member and securing said guide member against sliding movement, and means urging said locking means into engagement with said guide member.

2. A firearm comprising a butt stock having a plurality of longitudinal bores and a transverse bore, said transverse bore intersecting said longitudinal bores, a butt plate positioned on said stock, a plurality of guide members secured at one end to said butt plate and slidably positioned in said longitudinal bores in said stock, locking means slidably positioned in said transverse bore, means mounted on said locking means cooperatively engaging said guide members and securing Said guide members against sliding movement and means urging said locking means into engagement with said guide members.

3. A firearm comprising a butt stock having a longitudinal bore and a transverse bore, said transverse 'bore intersecting said longitudinal bore, a butt plate positioned on said stock, a guide member secured at one end to said butt plate and slidably positioned in said longitudinal bore in said stock, said guide member having a plurality of notches thereon, lock rod means slidably positioned in said transverse bore, resilient means urging said lock rod means in one direction of said transverse bore, a notch engaging member mounted on said lock rod means en-' gaging one of said notches and meansmounted on the free end of said lock rod means limiting the sliding move ment of said lock rod means in the other direction.

4. A firearm comprising a butt stock having a plurality of longitudinal bores and a transverse bore, a butt plate positioned on said stock, a plurality of guide members secured at one end to said butt plate and slidably positioned in said longitudinal bores in said stock, said guide members having a plurality of notches thereon, lock rod means slidably positioned in said transverse bore, resilient means urging said lock rod means in one direction of said transverse slot, a plurality of notch engaging members mounted on said lock rod means engaging said notches and means mounted on the free end of said lock rod means limiting the sliding movement of said lock rod means in the other direction.

5. A firearm comprising a butt stock having a plurality of substantially horizontally disposed bores extending from a rear wall and a vertically disposed bore extending from a bottom wall, said bores being substantially coplanar, a shoulder engaging butt plate positioned on said rear wall of said butt stock, a plurality of elongated guide members secured at one end to said butt plate and slidably positioned in said horizontally disposed bores, said guide members having a longitudinally disposed slot and a plurality of notches, shoulder means mounted in proximity of the free end of said guide members, lock rod means slidably positioned in said vertical bore, resilient means urging said lock rod means in an outward direction, said lock rod means having slotted portions for slidably positioning said slotted'portion of said guide members transversely to said lock rod means, a plurality of teeth mounted on said lock rod means and engaging said notches on said guide members, adjusting bolt means mounted at a free end of said lock rod means and engaging one of said guide members for limiting the sliding movement of said lock rod means in the inward direction against said resilient means.

6. A firearm comprising a butt stock having a plurality of substantially horizontally disposed bores extending from a rear wall and a vertically disposed bore extending from a bottom wall, said bores being substantially coplanar, a shoulder engaging butt plate positioned on said rear wall of said butt stock, a plurality of elongated guide members secured at one end to said butt plate and slidably positioned in said horizontally disposed bores, said' guide members having a longitudinally disposed slot 6X-' tending substantially the full length of said elongated guide members along the mid-portion of said guide members and a plurality of notches, shoulder means mounted in proximity of the free end of said guide members, lock rod means slidably positioned in said vertical bore, resil-' ient means urging said lock rod means in an outward direction, said lock rod means having reduced portions No references cited.

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1. A FIREARM COMPRISING A BUTT STOCK HAVING A LONGITUDINAL AND A TRANSVERSE BORE, SAID BORES BEING IN INTERSECTING RELATIONSHIP, A BUTT PLATE POSITIONED ON SAID STOCK, A GUIDE MEMBER SECURED AT ONE END TO SAID BUTT PLATE AND SLIDABLY POSITIONED IN SAID LONGITUDINAL BORE IN SAID STOCK, LOCKING MEANS SLIDABLY POSITIONED IN SAID TRANSVERSE BORE, MEANS MOUNTED ON SAID LOCKING MEANS ENGAGING SAID GUIDE MEMBER AND SECURING SAID GUIDE MEMBER AGAINST
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