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US3798819A
US3798819A US23322572A US3798819A US 3798819 A US3798819 A US 3798819A US 23322572 A US23322572 A US 23322572A US 3798819 A US3798819 A US 3798819A
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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
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • F41CSMALLARMS, e.g. PISTOLS, RIFLES; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR
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A conventional pump shotgun having a receiver from which the stock has been removed is provided with a pistol grip assembly on the end of the receiver and an elongated arm pivotally mounted on the pistol grip to be pivotable to an extended position. A butt plate is pivotally mounted on the other end of the arm and is pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate.

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United States Patent Hillberg Mar. 26, 1974 AUXILIARY GUN STOCK 3,618,249 11/1971 Grandy .1 42/72 1,110,209 91914 K h 42 71 R [75] inventor: Robert Lee Hillberg, Cheshire, 2 476 355 711949 :21 R

Conn- P E A 1 1 [73] Assignee: Remington Arms Company, Inc., FOREIGN AT NTS OR PPL CAT ONS Bridgeport, Conn 1,065,756 9/1959 Germany 42/72 [22] Filed: 1972 Primary ExaminerBenjamin A. Borchelt 2 APPL 233 225 Assistant Examiner-C. T. Jordan Attorney. Agem, 0r Firm-D. Verner Smythe [52] US. Cl. 42/72, 42/71 R 51 F41c 23/00 1 1 ABSTRACT [58] held of Search 42/72, 73, 71 R A Conventional pump Shotgun having a receiver from which the stock has been removed is provided with a [56] References C'ted pistol grip assembly on the end of the receiver and an UNITED STATES PATENTS elongated arm pivotally mounted on the pistol grip to 2400349 5/1946 Haberstump 42/72 be pivotable to an extended position. A butt plate is 2.431548 3/1948 Patchett 42/72 pivotally mounted on the other end of the arm and is 31405758 8/1946 Sampson 1 A 43/72 pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate.

711,989 10/1902 Marble 42/71 R 1.096.861 5/1914 Redfield 42/72 8 Claims, 7 Drawing Figures AUXILIARY GUN STOCK The present invention relates to a pump shotgun provided with an auxiliary stock which is pivotable between folded and extended positions.

The desirability of providing law enforcement officers with a rifle or shotgun with a folding stock that can be extended and fired from the shoulder has been generally recognized. This is particularly true with respect to shotguns since shotguns are used to fire gas shells during riots or other civil disturbances. While the conventional shotgun is adequate for firing such gas shells, the length of such a shotgun, which is provided with a conventional shoulder stock, makes the firearm awkward and clumsy to handle. This is especially true when law enforcement officers are in a motor vehicle and desire to remove the firearm quickly from the vehicle for use. It has, therefore, been proposed to remove the conventional stock and replace this stock by a pistol grip. In order to accommodate the firearm for use as a shoulder firearm, some form of a collapsible, foldable, or telescoping auxiliary stock has generally been mounted on the firearm. However, such an auxiliary stock has been generally disadvantageous in that it is unduly complicated or else requires additional manipulative steps before the firearm can be fired from the shoulder. The present invention is an improvement on U.S. Pat. No. 3,618,249.

One of the objects of the invention is to provide an improved auxiliary stock for shotguns.

Another of the objects of the invention is to provide an auxiliary stock which is pivotally mounted to the end of a shotgun from which the stock has been removed and which is pivotable between foldable and extended positions.

Still another of the objects of the invention is to provide a shotgun having an auxiliary stock which is quickly and easily pivotable to an extended shoulder position.

According to one aspect of the present invention, there is provided an auxiliary stock assembly adapted to be mounted on the receiver of a conventional pump shotgun from which the stock has been removed. The auxiliary stock assembly may comprise a pistol grip mountable on the receiver and an auxiliary stock including an elongated arm pivotally mounted on the end of the receiver or to a pistol grip mounted on the receiver and pivotable in a vertical plane relative to the shotgun to a position to define a stock. Vertical plane refers to the gun when in its normal vertical position when being fired under normal use. A butt plate is pivotally mounted on the outer end of the arm and is pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is extended. The arm may have a channel cross section so as to fit over the top of the receiver and barrel assembly when in the folded position. In one form there may be spring detent locking means or spring biased locking plunger to retain the arm in the folded or operative position.

These and other objects, advantages, and features of the invention will become apparent from the following description and drawings which are merely exemplary.

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FIG. 1 is a side elevational view of a shotgun provided with a stock according to the present invention with the stock bein shown in its folded position;

FIG. 2 is a view similar to that of FIG. 1 but showing only the rear portion of the shotgun with the stock being pivoted to its extended position;

FIG. 3 is an enlarged overall perspective view of a clamp ring for retaining shells in openings formed in the arm;

FIG. 4 is a top plan view of a portion of the shotgun shown in FIG. I viewed along the line 44:

FIG. 5 is a side elevational view of the rear portion of a shotgun provided with a conventional shoulder stock and showing in dash lines the manner in which this stock is removed;

FIG. 6 is a fragmentary side view of an alternate form of butt plate arrangement having a spring; and

FIG. 7 is a top view of FIG. 6.

Proceeding next to the drawings wherein like reference symbols indicate the same parts throughout the various views, a specific embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail.

As may be seen in FIG. 5, a conventional pump shotgun indicated generally at 10 has a stock 11 which is secured to the rear end of a receiver 12 by means of a stock bolt 13. The shotgun is conventional in structure in that it comprises a barrel 14 on the rear end of which is attached a rear sight assembly 15.

According to the present invention, stock 11 is removed from the receiver assembly as indicated at 11' in FIG. 5 and replaced by a pistol grip means 16 as may be seen in FIG. 1. The pistol grip 16 enables the firearm to be fired as a handgun, but using two arms, since the relationship of the pistol grip 16 to a trigger 17 is similar to that of a conventional handgun.

The auxiliary stock according to the present invention is indicated generally at 18 and comprises an elongated arm 19 which has a substantially U-shaped or channel-shaped cross section. One end of the arm 19 is pivotally mounted by a pin 20 to the upper end of the pistol grip assembly 16 as show in FIG. 1 so as to form an auxiliary stock assembly. The extreme end of the arm 19 is provided with a notch 21 which is engaged by a spring-biased detent or locking pin 22 when the arm is in the folded position as shown in FIG. 1 to retain the arm in this position. That portion of the arm 19 indicated at 23 has a U-shaped cross section which enables the arm 19 to fit closely over the top of the receiver assembly and barrel when in the folded position. The web of this U-shaped portion is provided with a plurality of copenings 24 into which may be inserted a number of shot shells 25 with the shells being retained in position by resilient clamping rings 26 shown in greater detail in FIG. 3.

The other end of the arm 19 is provided with a butt plate 27 which is pivotally mounted on pin 28. The butt plate is provided with a slot 29 to accommodate rear sight 15. If desired, but not preferably, the end 30 of the butt plate can be curved upwardly.

In the form shown in FIG. 4, a spring biased detent or locking pin 32 is positioned in a tubular socket 33 secured in the other end of the auxiliary stock assembly and is engageable with an opening 34 in the side wall of the butt plate to retain the butt plate in the position as shown in FIG. 1.

In order to use the shotgun incorporating the present invention, the firearm, with the auxiliary stock in a folded position, is removed from its supporting bracket in a vehicle, such as a police car, and the detent 22 pressed to release the arm 19. The arm 19 is then pivoted to its extended position as shown in FIG. 2 and is retained in this position by means of detent pin 22 becoming lockingly engaged in an opening 35 formed adjacent to the end of the arm 19. Concurrently with the pivoting of the arm to its extended shoulder position, the butt plate 27 will be manually pivoted downwardly as indicated by the arrow 36 in FIG. 2 and will be locked in place by pin 32 in aperture 34A. The firearm is now ready for use.

The pivot 28 is located relative to the butt plate so that a high percentage of the plate 27, e.g., 80 percent, is below the pivot point. Thus, when the gun is fired, the forces are such that the plate will not tend to fold. In the form shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, detent 32 and related parts are omitted and a torsion spring 31 is provided. The torsion spring 31 is mounted on shaft 28 and is arranged so that as the auxiliary stock is moved toward its extended position, the butt plate will be pivoted to its downward position such as seenin FIG. 2. Ledges 35A limit the movement of the butt plate in both illustrated forms of the invention. The shoulder 36A for the stock bolt preferably is located forward of the pin 22 so as to avoid any deformation of the hole in which pin 22 is located because of tightening of the stock bolt.

The present invention thus constitutes a substantial improvement to standard riot guns or pump shotguns since a convenient pistol grip is provided and a folding auxiliary stock is provided which can be carried by the pistol grip and which pivots back over the barrel and permits firing of the firearm with the stock folded. It should also be apparent that the shotgun can be fired without extending the auxiliary stock by using the pistol grip alone.

It will be understood that changes in various details of construction and arrangement of parts may be made without departing from the spirit of the invention, ex-

cept as defined in the appended claims.

What is claimed is:

1. In a conventional shotgun normally having a barrel, receiver and stock, an auxiliary stock adapted to be mounted on the receiver of said conventional shotgun from which the stock has been removed, comprising a single elongated arm having one end pivotally mounted adjacent the rear end of said receiver and pivotable in a vertical plane and upwardly relative to said shotgun to a position to define a stock, said auxiliary stock in folded position being on top of said receiver, a butt plate pivotally mounted on the other end of said arm and pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is rotated from over the top of the receiver to an extended position, and spring means for pivoting the butt plate to its shoulder position.

2. An auxiliary stock as claimed in Claim 1 wherein said arm has a channel cross section having sufficient space between the sides of the channel section to fit over and straddle the top of the receiver and barrel in the folded position.

3. An auxiliary stock as claimed in claim 1 wherein a plurality of holes are provided in the arm into which shells can be inserted.

4. An auxiliary stock as claimed in claim 3 and further comprising clamp rings positioned over the shells when inserted in said holes to retain the shells.

5. In combination, a pump shotgun having a receiver from which a stock has been removed, a pistol grip assembly attached to the end of said receiver a single elongated arm pivotally mounted on said pistol grip assembly and pivotable in a vertical plane and upwardly relative to said receiver to a position to define a stock and having a folded position on top of said receiver so that the pistol grip can be used, and a butt plate means pivotally mounted on the outer end of said arm and pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is rotated from over the top of the receiver to an extended position.

6. An auxiliary stock as claimed in claim 5 wherein said pistol grip assembly has means for selectively locking said elongated arm in its folded and extended position, stock bolt means for holding said pistol grip assembly on said receiver, said pistol grip assembly having a stock bolt receiving aperture through said pistol grip assembly with an internal shoulder located forward of said means for locking said elongated arm.

7. In a conventional shotgun normally having a barrel, receiver and stock, an auxiliary stock adapted to be mounted on the receiver of said conventional shotgun from which the stock has been removed, comprising an elongated arm having one end pivotally mounted adjacent the rear end of said receiver and pivotable in a vertical plane relative to said shotgun to a position to define a stock, a butt plate pivotally mounted on the other end of said arm and pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is extended, and means on said auxiliary stock to lock said elongated arm selectively in a folded and extended position, stock bolt means to hold said auxiliary stock assembled to said receiver, said auxiliary stock having a stock bolt receiving aperture therethrough, said aperture having an internal shoulder forward of said means to lock.

8. In a shotgun normally having a barrel, receiver and stock, an auxiliary stock adapted to be mounted on the receiver of said conventional shotgun from which the normal stock has been removed, comprising an elongated arm having one end pivotally mounted adjacent the rear end of said receiver and pivotable in a vertical plane relative to said shotgun to a position to define a stock, and a butt plate pivotally mounted on the other end of said arm and pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is extended, said butt plate having an opening therein to receive a rear sight when the arm is in its folded position.

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1. In a conventional shotgun normally having a barrel, receiver and stock, an auxiliary stock adapted to be mounted on the receiver of said conventional shotgun from which the stock has been romoved, comprising a single elongated arm having one end pivotally mounted adjacent the rear end of said receiver and pivotable in a vertical plane and upwardly relative to said shotgun to a position to define a stock, said auxiliary stock in folded position being on top of said receiver, a butt plate pivotally mounted on the other end of said arm and pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is rotated from over the top of the receiver to an extended position, and spring means for pivoting the butt plate to its shoulder position.
2. An auxiliary stock as claimed in Claim 1 wherein said arm has a channel cross section having sufficient space between the sides of the channel section to fit over and straddle the top of the receiver and barrel in the folded position.
3. An auxiliary stock as claimed in claim 1 wherein a plurality of holes are provided in the arm into which shells can be inserted.
4. An auxiliary stock as claimed in claim 3 and further comprising clamp rings positioned over the shells when inserted in said holes to retain the shells.
5. In combination, a pump shotgun having a receiver from which a stock has been removed, a pistol grip assembly attached to the end of said receiver a single elongated arm pivotally mounted on said pistol grip assembly and pivotable in a vertical plane and upwardly relative to said receiver to a position to define a stock and having a folded position on top of said receiver so that the pistol grip can be used, and a butt plate means pivotally mounted on the outer end of said arm and pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is rotated from over the top of the receiver to an extended position.
6. An auxiliary stock as claimed in claim 5 wherein said pistol grip assembly has means for selectively locking said elongated arm in its folded and extended position, stock bolt means for holding said pistol grip assembly on said receiver, said pistol grip assembly having a stock bolt receiving aperture through said pistol grip assembly with an internal shoulder locateD forward of said means for locking said elongated arm.
7. In a conventional shotgun normally having a barrel, receiver and stock, an auxiliary stock adapted to be mounted on the receiver of said conventional shotgun from which the stock has been removed, comprising an elongated arm having one end pivotally mounted adjacent the rear end of said receiver and pivotable in a vertical plane relative to said shotgun to a position to define a stock, a butt plate pivotally mounted on the other end of said arm and pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is extended, and means on said auxiliary stock to lock said elongated arm selectively in a folded and extended position, stock bolt means to hold said auxiliary stock assembled to said receiver, said auxiliary stock having a stock bolt receiving aperture therethrough, said aperture having an internal shoulder forward of said means to lock.
8. In a shotgun normally having a barrel, receiver and stock, an auxiliary stock adapted to be mounted on the receiver of said conventional shotgun from which the normal stock has been removed, comprising an elongated arm having one end pivotally mounted adjacent the rear end of said receiver and pivotable in a vertical plane relative to said shotgun to a position to define a stock, and a butt plate pivotally mounted on the other end of said arm and pivotable to a position to define a shoulder plate when the arm is extended, said butt plate having an opening therein to receive a rear sight when the arm is in its folded position.
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