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April 2, 1963
J. P. WARE
3,083,885
STRAP HOLDER FOR RIFLES
Filed July 13, 1960
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April 2, 1963
J. P. WARE
3,083,885
STRAP HOLDER FOR RIFLES
Filed July 13. 1960
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STRAP HOLDER FOR RIFLES
Jesse P. Ware, 605 Rankin Road, Brielle, NJ.
Filed July 13, 1960, Ser. No. 42,680
1 Claim. (Cl. 224-5)
This invention relates to the art of strap holding de
vices and more particularly concerns a retainer for slings
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sling can be ?tted underneath and between the ?ngers
30 on section 32 and will there be held against lateral
movement so that the strap cannot slip off the shoulder
of the person carrying the gun 36. The width of the
strap should be larger than the distance D between the
closest points of the ?ngers 30 as indicated in FIG. 3.
The edges of the strap will then be wedged underneath
the inclined surfaces 30a of the ?ngers to prevent longi
of guns, cameras, knapsacks and the like.
tudinal movement of the strap on the wearer’s shoulder.
A principal object of this invention is to provide a 10 By a twisting and upward movement of the strap it can
strap holder adapted for retaining the strap in a ?xed
readily be removed from the engagement with the ?ngers
position on the shoulder of a wearer’s garment.
of the strap holder. The strap holder can readily be
A further object is to provide a quick detachable strap
removed from the garment by disengaging the end 29
holder for a garment, the holder being adapted to pre
of arm 28 from the head 25 of the pin. The arm 23
vent lateral movement of the strap while permitting
can be embedded in the base 22 while molding or cast
ready removal of the strap from the holder when required.
ing the base during fabrication of the holder.
Another object is to provide a strap adapted to wedge
In the form of the invention shown in FIGS. 4 and 5,
the strap therein and prevent longitudinal and lateral
?ngers 31, 33 of holder 20“ are similar in cross section
movements of the strap, the holder permitting quick
to ?ngers 30 but the ?ngers 31, 33 are elongated in a
removal of the strap therefrom.
direction perpendicular to the width of the base 22“. Base
Another object is to provide a strap holder with a base
22“ is wider than base ‘22. Pin 24 is carried by the
having a plurality of inclined gripping and guiding ele
base 22“ in the same manner as shown for base 22.
ments thereon for removably securing the strap thereon.
The advantage of the holder construction of FIGS. 4
Another object is to provide a strap holder with a base
and 5 is that the strap 34 is prevented from twisting in
having a plurality of gripper elements thereon for hold
the plane of the upper surface 328 of the holder by the
ing straps of various widths and thicknesses, the straps
long ?ngers 31, 33 which extend the full width of base 22-“.
being prevented from lateral and longitudinal movement
Strap holder 26b shown in FIG. 6 has a structure like
on the base, the base being provided with a pinning
holder 203 with the addition of a further inner pair of
member whereby the holder is removably attachable to
elongated ?ngers 35 and 37 on base 22‘*'. As shown in
a wearer’s clothing.
FIG. 8, inner ?nger 35 is closer to outer ?nger 33 than
For further comprehension of the invention, and of
the distance of inner ?nger 37 to outer ?nger 33. ‘Thus,
the objects and advantages thereof, reference will be had
four strap retaining widths DI-D4 are de?ned by the
to the following description and accompanying drawings,
strap holder as indicated in FIG. 8. Distance D1 is the
and to the appended claims in which the various novel
shortest and permits retaining a narrow strap 349' there
features of the invention are more particularly set forth.
In the accompanying drawings forming a material part
of this disclosure:
between as shown in FIG. 12. Distance D2 is the widest
between ?ngers 31, 33 and permits retaining widest strap
34*“ as shown in FIG. 9. Distance D4 is Wider than
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a strap holder embody
distance D1 and smaller than distance D3. Thus, strap
ing the invention, mounted on a hunter’s shoulder.
34“ can be retained between ?ngers 31, 37 as shown in
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FIG. 2. is a perspective view of the strap holder per
FIG. 10 and strap 34d can be retained between ?ngers
so on an enlarged scale.
33, 35 as shown in FIG. 11. Strap 34d is Wider than
FIG. 3 is a side elevational view of the strap holder.
strap 34° but narrower than strap 34b. FIG. 9 shows
FIG. 4 is a top plan view of another form of strap
that two straps 34a and 34b of narrow and wide widths
holder according to the invention.
can be retained simultaneously on the strap holder. Strap
FIG. 5 is a sectional view taken on line 5—5 of FIG. 4.
FIG. 6 is a perspective view of another strap holder
according to the invention.
FIG. 7 is a further perspective view of still another
strap holder.
FIG. 8 is an end elevational view of both the strap
holders of FIGS. 6 and 7.
FIGS. 9-12 are views similar to FIG. 7 showing various
Ways of using the holders of FIGS. 7 and 8.
Referring to the drawings, there is shown in FIGS.
1-3 a strap holder 2%) in the form of an elongated body
having a ?at, generally rectangular base 22 formed of
rigid material such as wood, plastic, metal, etc. Em
bedded in the base and extending therethrough is one
345 could support a camera while strap 3411 could sup
port a gun. Straps 34b, 34c and 34(1 will all arch over
and rest on the intervening ?ngers 35 and/or 37 of the
strap holder. This provides a ?rmer grip between the
outer retaining ?ngers because the strap is placed under
some tension in addition to being wedged between the
outer retaining ?ngers.
The elongated shapes of the ?ngers extending the full
widths of base 22b insure that the straps retained can
not twist laterally in the holder at the same time that
the straps are prevented from slipping laterally out of ihe
holder and are prevented from longitudinal movement
by being wedged under tension between the inclined
?ngers.
arm 23 of a wire pin 24. Arm 23 terminates at opposite
FIG. 7 shows a further form of the invention similar
ends outside of the base in a bent head 25 and at the 60
to FIG. 6 and when viewed in end elevation is identical
other end in a coil 26 serving as a spring means for bias
ing outwardly the other arm 28 of the pin. Arm 28 has
thereto.
a pointed end 29 for penetrating a garment of a wearer.
31a, 33a, 35a and 37a on base 22° all similar in model
Strap holder 20° has spaced pairs of ?ngers
Thus, in FIG. 1 the strap holder is held on the shoulder 65 of operation to the correspondingly shaped ?ngers 31,
33, 35, 37. The spacing of the inner ?ngers from each
other and from the outer ?ngers in the direction of length
through the shoulder S and its pointed end 29 is engaged
S of a hunter’s coat C, since the arm ‘28 of the pin passes
in the head 25 of the pin.
integrally formed with the base 22 are a pair of up
of base 2-26 is the same as for the ?ngers on base 2211 so
that the distances Dl-D4 indicated in FIG. 8 are ap
standing ?ngers 30 inclined toward each other to provide 70 plicable to holder 20°.
portions overhanging the flat central section 32 at the
All holders Lila-2d” are provided with detachable pins
top of the base.
A single or double strap 34 of a gun
24 in the same manner as explained in connection with
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holder 20.
Other forms of quick detachable pins may
be used.
While I have illustrated and described the preferred
embodiments of my invention, it is to be understood that
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that the straps are retained under tension and wedged
between said selected ?ngers, said ?ngers being elon
gated and substantially coextensive in length with the
width of said base, and a pin having one arm embedded
I do not limit myself to the precise constructions herein 5 in said base and another free arm adapted to engage
in a head on said one arm extending outside of said base
disclosed and that various changes and modi?cations may
for quick removable attachment of the base to a support.
be made within the scope of the invention as de?ned in
the appended claim.
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
Having thus described my invention, what I claim as
new, and desire to secure by United States Letters Pat 10
UNITED STATES PATENTS
cut is:
A strap holder, comprising a rigid, elongated, sub
stantially rectangular ?at base, a ?rst pair of opposed
spaced ?ngers on the base inclined toward each other
and de?ning angular recesses, a second pair of opposed 15
spaced ?ngers on the base inclined toward each other
and de?ning further angular recesses, said recesses pro
viding means for receiving straps of various widths be
tween selected ?ngers and arched over other ?ngers so
980,421
1,027,527
2,714,979
2,832,625
Jordan ________________ __ Jan. 3,
Davis _______________ __ May 28,
McCarthy ____________ __ Aug. 9,
Hopp _______________ __ Apr. 21,
1911
1912
1955
1959
FOREIGN PATENTS
67,217
514,211
‘France ______________ __ June 3, 1957
Italy _________________ __ Feb. 9, 1955
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