Cane Guns Patents (Class 42/52)
  • Patent number: 9328985
    Abstract: A single shot firearm includes a barrel and a receiver assembled together and being rotatable relative to one another between a safety position, in which a firing assembly is prevented from moving forward far enough to allow a firing pin to strike a cartridge, and a firing position, in which a notch on the barrel allows the firing assembly to the move forward far enough to strike and discharge the cartridge. The firearm includes indicia on the barrel and receiver which indicate whether the firearm is in a safety position or a firing position, depending on their relative rotational positions. The firearm further includes a trigger guide which facilitates firearm discharge by a single smooth motion of the user's finger.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 7, 2015
    Date of Patent: May 3, 2016
    Assignee: Altor Corporation
    Inventor: Alexander R. Malcolm
  • Patent number: 7506467
    Abstract: The present invention relates to a small-calibre defence system, characterised by the use of an unconventional process, with the following main characteristics: the absence of a trigger and hammer, which are replaced by firing mechanisms in the form of a handle (B) inside which the percussion system (C) is activated by rotating it in relation to the barrels (E), thus forcing the striker to move up a ramp thereby compressing the tensor system, after which it is released and the firearm is detonated, this merely being an example of what the invention covers; the novelty of its design, which has been devised in order to make it difficult or impossible for a child to activate it; it is assembled longitudinally in multiple barrels (E), with a manually tightened rotating safety lock (D), contrary to the buttons and catches of similar firearms; it has a integrated Progressive Impact Area Indicator laser sight (F) which functions progressively according to distance; and it has a foldaway grip (G).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 26, 2004
    Date of Patent: March 24, 2009
    Inventor: Fernando Jorge Maldonado Ferreira Lopes