ABRAMS AIRBORNE INC.
|ABRAMS AIRBORNE INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150345902||Enhanced Iron Sights - A firearm such as a pistol, which uses “iron sights”. The forward sight element is secured to a forward portion of the pistol and has a generally rectangular cross section. The rear sight has a left element and a right element, both of which are secured to the pistol at a rearward portion of the firearm. To assist the user in sighting when the forward sight may appear larger than the gap between the rear sight elements, the rear sight elements each have a profile in which they are narrower at a base near the pistol than at the sighting gap distal from the pistol.||12-03-2015|
|20140075798||SPRING ENHANCED BUFFER FOR A FIREARM - A buffer for a firearm having a sleeve member having an open end and a closed end. A set of weights having a combined predefined mass are contained within the sleeve member. A bumper secures and seals the open end of the sleeve. A spring is positioned between two of the weights within the sleeve to maintain the mass at a predetermined location when the buffer is in an at-rest position.||03-20-2014|
|20130318849||Enhanced throw lever - A throw lever assembly used to secure an accessory such as a sight or a flashlight to a firearm. The throw lever assembly includes a base unit having a cam bed wherein the cam resides. An engagement rod, connected to the cam, extends through the base unit to an anchor clamp used to clamp the entire assembly to a firearm. A handle portion is manually locked to the cam so that when locked to the cam mechanism, the lever allows the operator to manually rotate the cam to force movement of the engagement rod to tighten or release the assembly from the firearm. In one embodiment, the handle portion is secured to an arm extending from the cam.||12-05-2013|
|20130318848||Horizontal throw lever - The invention is a throw lever assembly used to affix an accessory to a firearm. The throw lever assembly utilizes a base unit having a cam bed in which rests the cam. An anchor clamp secured to one end of an engagement rod with the other end affixed to the cam. The cam has an arm extending from it which is used connected to a handle portion. The handle portion is selectively locked/unlocked to the cam via an upper surface the arm. When locked to the arm, the handle portion is able to move the cam causing the assembly to be either locked or unlocked from the firearm.||12-05-2013|
|20130104441||Flashlight holder for a firearm||05-02-2013|
|20130092014||Charging handle with improved gas deflection - A charging handle for a firearm which has a handle portion connected to a pull rod member. A bore hole collects exhaust gasses passing over the top of the rod member and directs the gasses to vent tunnel (s) which extend perpendicular to the rod member. In the preferred embodiment, a deflecting surface is used to further direct the exhaust gasses to the bore hole. Further embodiments provide seals to protect the user from any exhaust gas which has not been vented.||04-18-2013|
Patent applications by ABRAMS AIRBORNE INC.