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Publication numberUS193760 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 31, 1877
Filing dateJun 29, 1877
Publication numberUS 193760 A, US 193760A, US-A-193760, US193760 A, US193760A
InventorsJ. Hauck
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Improvement in pocket-oilers
US 193760 A
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` 6.1. HAUCK.

POCKET OILERS.

No. 193,760, Patented my 31,1877.

CHARLES J. HAUCK, OF BROOKLYN, E. D., NEW4 YORK.

IMPROVEMENT IN POCKET-OILERS.

Specification forming part of Letters Patent N o. 193,760, dated July 31 1877; application filed June 29, 1877.

To all whom it may concern Be it known that I, CHARLES J. HAUCK, of Brooklyn, E. D., in the county of Kings and State of New York, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Poeket- Oilers, which improvement is fully set forth in the following specification, reference being had to the accompanying drawing, in which- Figure l represents a sectional side view of au oiler containing my improvement. Fig. 2 is a side view of a portion thereof. Fig. Sis a longitudinal section of the cap detached.

Similar letters indicate corresponding parts. My 'improvement is especially applicable to oilers which are intended to be carried in the pocket by hunters and others; and consists in a cap which is adapted to be attached to the nozzle of an oiler, and provided with an internal longitudinal pin, which enters the mouth of said nozzle when the cap is attached thereto, so as to free the nozzle of dirt, while at the same time, when the cap is detached, the said pin can be used for cleaning the nipple of agun, and also for fastening the cap to the garment when it is desirable, as hereinafter fully explained.

It also consists in the combination of a cap having a slot, which extends longitudinally thereof for .part of its length and obliquely the remainder, and having a packing disk or ring in the top part thereof, with an oiler, whose nozzle is provided with a stud, which is adapted to enter said slot, so that by turnl B the pin eis made to enter the mouth of the nozzle, as seen in Fig. 1, and it will be seen that the nozzle is thereby freed of any dirt that may collect therein during the time the cap is oi'.

The pin e is made of greater length than the cap O, so that it protrudes therefrom, and hence by taking hold of the cap after it has been removed, and using the same as a handle, the pin e can be Iused for prying out the nipple of a gun or any other similar object and if the pin e is made sharp,it can be stuck in the lapel of a coat during 'the time the oiler lis used, so that the cap is not liable to get lost or misplaced.

The cap (l is attached to the nozzle B by means of a so-called bayonet-joint-that is to say, the cap is provided with a slot, D, which extends longitudinally thereof for part of its length and obliquely the remainder, as shown in Fig. 2.

To the nozzle B is secured a stud, f, the diameter of which is equal to the width of the slot D, and which is placed at such a part of the nozzle B that, if the slot D is so adjusted that the stud f is received therein when the cap C is placed on the nozzle B and the cap is turned after the stud j' reaches the oblique portion of the slot D, the cap is iirmly secured to the nozzle B, and the top part thereof is brought tightly down upon the mouth of the nozzle, and thereby the latter is closed.

In the top part of the cap O is arranged a packing ring or disk, g, of leather or other appropriate material, by which the effect of the slot D and stud j' is increased, and all danger of leakage is avoided.

When the packing disk or ring g is used in conjunction with the pin e itis made to snrround the pin, as shown. V

What I claim as new, and b v Letters Patent, is-

l. A cap adapted to be attached to the nozzle of an oiler, and provided with an internal longitudinal pin, substantially as. and for the pupose described.

2. The cap G, provided with an internal longitudinal pin, e, and a packing, c, and having a slot, D, extending in a longitudinal direction from its lower edge for a part of its length and obliquely for the remainder, in combination with apin,f, on the nozzle of the oiler, the oblique portion of said slot serving to bind the packing upon the top of the nozzle, substantially as set forth.

In testimony that I claim the foregoing I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 27th da-yot' June, 1877.

. C. S. HAUCK.

Witnesses:

Guns. WAHLnns,

E. F. KASTENHUBER.

desire to secure

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US7032790Jul 21, 2003Apr 25, 2006Long-Shot Products, Ltd.Container, sealing cap and method for sealing a nozzle tip of a curable liquid dispensing container
US8342351Aug 3, 2007Jan 1, 2013Terry J. Hobbs, SR.Cap for caulking cartridge or similar container
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationA47G19/24, B65D47/0838