CENTRE FIREARMS CO., INC. (Ridgewood, NY)
What is a Patent for Monolithic noise reduction device with cooling features
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The invention achieves its goal by using design features and manufacturing techniques that when used together, offer significant improvements over existing modern noise suppression systems. Moreparticularly this invention is the creation of a monolithic noise reduction device, which is referred to herein below as an integral baffle housing. Contrary to the 100-watt noise suppression device illustrated in FIG. 1. The housing module for the integral baffle is not like the noise suppression device 100 illustrated in FIG.
A device to reduce noise to be used with firearms comprises a body that includes the outermost exterior surface of the noise suppression device, an inside portion that has a beginning end and a third end; a core seamlessly connected to the inside of the body and a spine that protrudes from the body. the noise suppression device has no joints, seams or other previously distinct pieces inside the body or in the core.
A spine that runs across the entire length of the firearm’s body is a good idea to use as a noise suppressor.
A spine that extends significantly from the body could serve as a noise suppression device in conjunction using an firearm.
A device that blocks noise for use with a firearm may also consist of a variety of fins that are spaced along a length of each of a plurality of spines.
A noise-suppressor device that can be used alongside firearms might also come with fins or a plurality. The fins are positioned across the spine in intervals, and the plurality are perpendicularly to it. This creates an air gap between the body and the inside-facing side of the fin.
A noise-suppression device designed that is used in conjunction with firearms can also include an exterior spine that protrudes from an outermost external surface of the body.
A noise suppression device to be used with firearms can also include an interior spine that protrudes from an interior part of the body.
A noise-suppression device that is utilized with firearms can also include several spines. They are external spines that extend beyond the outermost body surface and a plurality interior spines that protrude below the interior surface of the body. Each exterior spine corresponds to an interior spine.
A noise suppression device that is used in conjunction with a firearm could also comprise a number of external fins that are spaced at intervals along a length of each of the spine and the plurality of additional spines; as well as a plurality of interior fins spaced at intervalsalong a length of each of the multitude of interior spines, wherein each of the plurality of exterior fins is a part of and substantially parallel to one of the spines and the other spines such that an air gap is created between the body and an internal facing surface of the numerous exterior fins, and each of the numerous interior fins is integrated with and substantially perpendicular to a respective one of the spine and the additional spines in such a way that there is an air gap created between the body and the lower surface of the multitude of internal fins.
A firearm could comprise any of the noise suppression devices listed above.Click here to view the patent on USPTO website.
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