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Jan. 25, 1938.
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2,106,648
CAP PISTOL
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John L. O’Conner, Taft, Calif.
Application July 27, 1938, Serial No. 92,908
2Claims. (Cl. 42-57)
This invention relates to improvements in cap
alignment with the ends I1 of a star wheel I6
pistols, and has particular reference to a pistol
which is mounted upon a shaft I8 and carries a
wherein a rapid fixing of the caps may be accom
plished so as to simulate an automatic pistol or a
machine gun. It is obvious, however, that my
' mechanism could be applied wherever it is desired
to cause a continuous firing of caps without em
ploying a pistol-like structure.
A further object is to produce a device of this
pin wheel I9 having pin points 2l. These pin
points extend through a channel 22 formed in the
percussion or cap tape guide 23. From Figs. l 5
and 2 it will be apparent that this tape guide 23
has its ends in close proximity to the hammer I2
so that the percussion tape may pass between
the hammer and the anvil 24. A pivoted stop
10 character which is simple'to manufacture, easy
26 prevents retrograde movement of the shaft I9. l0 _
to operate, load, and one which is safe.
Other objects and advantages will be apparent
during- the course of the following description.
In the accompanying drawings forming a part
15 of this specification and in which like numerals
are employed to designate like parts throughout
The tape guide is pivoted as at 21 and held by a
latch 29.' This permits the tape guide to be
the same,
,
Fig. 1 is a side elevation of a pistol having my
invention mounted therein;
Fig. 2 is aside elevation similar to Fig. 1 looking
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from the opposite side thereof ;
Fig. 3 is an enlarged detail cross sectional View
swung downwardly during the feeding of the tape
therethrough. A portion of thetape is shown in
Fig. 9 and is designated by the numeral 29.
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The operation of my device is as follows. The
side of the gun is first removed, a roll of tape
mounted therein, and the end o1' the tape guide
unlatched, moved downwardly and the tape
threaded therethrough, after which the guide is 20
returned to its normal position. 'I‘he spring is
wound and the trigger' pulled. Consequently, the
gear 6 rotates causing the abutments 9 to re
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Fig. 4 is a fragmentary detail view showing the « ciprocate the hammer I2 against the tension of
the spring 30. 'I'his will cause the finger I5 to
feeding mechanism;
actuate the star wheel I6, thus rotating the shaft
Fig. 5 is a fragmentary perspective view show
I8 and the pin wheel I9. The pins engaging the
ing the feeding mechanism and cap track lock;
tape will advance the same bringing a new portion
Fig. 6 is an enlarged fragmentary side eleva
of .tape between the hammer and anvil at each
tion of Fig. 4;
reciprocation of the hammer. Consequently, as
Fig. '1 is an enlarged fragmentary cross sec
long as the wheel 6 revolves there will be practi
tional view of the hammer finger;
Fig. 8 is an edge elevation of the hammer; and cally acontinuous exploding of the caps confined
Fig. 9 is a perspective view of a portion of strip in the tape. The speed of which this fixing oc
curs will depend entirely upon the action of the
caps.
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It has been common to employ paper caps in escapement mechanism.
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toy pistols, which caps when struck by a hammer
It is to be understood that the form of my in
explode, simulating the firing of a gun. This vention herewith shown and described is to be
required the insertion of individual caps in the taken as a preferred example of the same and
gun which resulted in a slow firing thereof, conse
that various changes relative'to the material,
quently the gun would never be considered by a size, shape and arrangement of parts may be re- 40
child as a repeater or machine gun.
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sorted to without departing from the spirit of
In the accompanying drawings wherein for the invention or the scope of the subjoined
'the purpose of illustration is shown a preferred claims.
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embodiment of my invention, the numeral 5
Having thus described my invention, I claim:
designates the housing here shown in the shape of
1. In a device of the character` described, a 45
a revolver. Within this housing is mounted a casing, an anvil positioned withinsaid casing, a
spring actuated gear 6, the speed of which is con
hammer positioned in said casing and capable of
trolled by an escapement mechanism designated engaging said anvil, a plurality of driven lugs
as a whole by the numeral 1. 'The spring is intermittently engaging said hammer to effect its
mounted through the medium of a key 8. action, spring means for moving said hammer 50
Mounted upon the side of the gear 6 is a plurality against said anvil, a guide having one end ad
of abutments 9 which are contacted successively jacent said anvil and having a channel formed
by the end II of a hammer I2 pivoted as at I3.' therethrough, said guide supporting a percussion'
This hammer has an arm I4 provided with an up
tape spanning said channel, a plurality of pins
taken on «the line 3-3 of Fig. 2;
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as
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45
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standing spring prewed ñnger I5 which is in
rotatably mounted above said channel and 55
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capable of successively piercing said tape, and
means for rotating said pins to advance said tape
when said hammer is reciprocated.
adjacent said anvil and having a channel formed
therethrough, said guide supporting a percussion
tape spanning said channel, a plurality of pins
2. In a device of the character described, a rotatably mounted above . said channel and
casing. an anvil positioned within said casing, a , capable of successively piercing said tape, means
hammer positioned in said casing and capable of for rotating said pins to advance said tape when
engaging said anvil, a` plurality of driven lugs said hammer is reciprocated, and means for pre
intermittently engaging said hammer to eiïect its
action, spring means for moving said hammer
10 against; said anvil, a tape guide having one end
venting retrograde movement of said pins.
-JonN n o’coNNER.
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