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Publication numberUS2633137 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 31, 1953
Filing dateJul 23, 1948
Priority dateJul 23, 1948
Publication numberUS 2633137 A, US 2633137A, US-A-2633137, US2633137 A, US2633137A
InventorsNarragon Paul E
Original AssigneeNarragon Paul E
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Pipe accessory
US 2633137 A
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March 31, 1953 NARRAGON 2,633,137

PIPE ACCESSORY Filed July 25, 1948 Fig.3

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Paul E. Narragon INVENTOR.

housing including a pair of parallel legs and a connecting web, a pin attached to said legs and extending transversely thereof adjacent one end of said housing, a pipe scraping member mounted on said pin between the legs of said housing, a pipe tamping member mounted on and pivotable about said pin between said scraping member and the adjacent leg of said housing, said tamping member having a transverse head on the end thereof remote from said pivoted end, said head overlying one end of one of said legs and forming a closure for one end of said housing when said tamping member is completely disposed between said legs in closed position, said tamping member and said scraping member being disposed in parallel and mutual coinciding relation between said legs when in closed position and said head constituting a guard for the end of the scraping member remote from the pivoted end thereof.

2. The combination of claim 1, wherein one of said legs is relatively longer than the other of said legs, said head overlying one end of the shorter of said legs and abutting the face of the longer of said legs which registers with the shorter leg, said head having the face thereof remote from said pin disposed flush with the adjacent end of the longer leg.

3. A pipe accessory comprising an elongated housing having a U-shaped cross section, said housing including a pair of parallel legs and a connecting web, a pin attached to said le s and extending transversely thereof adjacent one end of said housing, a pipe scraping member mounted on said pin between the legs of said housing, a pipe tamping member mounted on and pivotable about said pin between said scraping member and the adjacent leg of said housing, said tamping member having a transverse head on the endthereof remote from said pivoted end, said head overlying one end of one of said legs and forming a. closure for one end of said housing when said tamping member'is completely disposed between said legs in closed position, said tamping member and said scraping member being disposed in parallel and mutual coinciding relation between said legs when in closed position and said head constituting a guard for the end of the scraping member remote from the pivoted end thereof, said web having a bore extending therethrough in transverse alignment with said pin, said web having a counterbore on the inner face thereof axially of said bore, a headed fastener means extending through said bore for attaching said housing to a support, said headed fastener being disposed in said counterbore and a spring disposed in said counterbore between said detent and the head of said fastener for yielding by urging said detent into engagement with one of said members, the head of said fastener being embraced by one end of said spring and constituting a positioning element therefore.

4. A tobacco tamping accessory comprising an elongated housing having a U-shaped cross-section, said housing including a pair of parallel legs and a connecting web, a pin attached to said legs and extending transversely thereof adjacent one end of said housing, a pipe tamping member mounted on said pin between the legs of-said housing, the lower edge of said tamping member being disposed coplanar with the lower edge of said legs when said tamping member is completely disposed therebetween, said tamping member having a transverse head on the end thereof remote from said pin, said head overlying one. end of one of said legs when said tamping member is disposed between said legs whereby said head constitutes a closure for one end of said housing.

5. A tobacco tamping accessory comprising an elongated housing having a U-shaped cross-section, said housing including a pair of parallel legs and a connecting web, a pin attached to said legs and extending transversely thereof adjacent one end of said housing, a pipe tamping member mounted on said pin between the legs of said housing, the lower edge of said tamping member being disposed coplanar with the lower edge of said legs when said tamping member is completely disposed therebetween, said web having a transverse bore therein, said Web having a counterbore opening between said legs in axial alignment with said bore, a headed fastener extending through said bore for securing said housing to a support, a detent disposed in said counter-bore and spring means disposed between said detent and the head of said fastener yieldingly urging the detent into engagement with said tamping member, the head of said fastener being embraced by one end of said spring means and constituting a positioning element therefor.

PAUL E. NARRAGON.

REFERENCES CITED The following references are of record in the file of this patent:

UNITED STATES PATENTS Number Name Date 1,341,295 Burtis May 25, 1920 1,444,748 Madsen Feb. 6,- 1923 1,530,348 Blom Mar. 17, 1925 FOREIGN PATENTS Number Country Date 94,071 Switzerland Apr. 9, 1921 335,077 Great Britain Sept. 18, 1930 592,451 Great Britain Sept. 18, 1947

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US3200822 *Oct 16, 1961Aug 17, 1965Meyer Edgar DPipe smoker's kit
US3263690 *Aug 5, 1964Aug 2, 1966Buckley William WPipe smoking apparatus
US3269396 *Jul 30, 1964Aug 30, 1966Lamar Heber CLighter tamper combination
US3746013 *May 3, 1972Jul 17, 1973Larson ALighter and pipe tamper device
US4318416 *Apr 24, 1980Mar 9, 1982Thornhill John RLighter with integral pipe tamper
US4373223 *Jan 29, 1980Feb 15, 1983Mildoy EnterprisesContainer opener
US4600022 *Feb 11, 1985Jul 15, 1986Pierce Jr Howard EComposite smoker's kit
US8291917Oct 23, 2012Andrew SweeneyAttachable lighter tool
US20100065073 *Mar 18, 2010Andrew SweeneyAttachable Lighter Tool
US20100101591 *Oct 28, 2008Apr 29, 2010Stephen RossoPipe Bowl Ash and Tobacco Compactor
EP1847303A1 *Apr 2, 2007Oct 24, 2007Viet/Wolter GbRGolf device with pitchfork and lighter
Classifications
U.S. Classification131/243, 206/38, 206/234, 131/242, 431/253
International ClassificationA24F9/04, A24F9/00
Cooperative ClassificationA24F9/04
European ClassificationA24F9/04