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WARNER TOOL COMPANY PATENTS

US10222188B2

ABSTRACT

A projectile for use with a firearm having a rifled barrel including helical grooves extending longitudinally along an inner surface thereof includes: a substantially cylindrical projectile body having at a front end an ogival nose section and at a rear end a tail section, a driving band section formed on the projectile body between the nose section and the tail section having a first diameter, a bore rider section formed on the projectile body between the nose section and the tail section having a second diameter different from the first diameter, and a pilot band section formed on the projectile body forward of the driving band section having a third diameter different from the first diameter and the second diameter.

US10480917B2

ABSTRACT

A projectile for use with a firearm having a rifled barrel including helical grooves extending longitudinally along an inner surface thereof can include: a substantially cylindrical projectile body having at a front end an ogival nose section and at a rear end a tail section; a driving band section formed on the projectile body between the nose section and the tail section; a bore rider section formed on the projectile body between the nose section and the tail section; and a pilot band section formed on the projectile body forward of the driving band section. The pilot band section can be formed having an LD-Haack profile.

US10480918B2

ABSTRACT

A projectile for use with a firearm having a rifled barrel can include: a substantially cylindrical projectile body having at a front end an ogival nose section and at a rear end a tail section; a driving band section formed on the projectile body between the nose section and the tail section; a bore rider section formed on the projectile body between the nose section and the tail section; and a driving band lead-on section formed on the projectile body adjacent to the driving band section on a forward side thereof and having an angled surface, with respect to a horizontal axis of the projectile body, that forms a transition from the driving band section to a portion of the projectile body adjacent to the driving band lead-on section on a forward side thereof. The driving band lead-on section can be formed having an LD-Haack profile.

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