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US Patent: 404,811
Cartridge Crimping Tool
Patentee:
Friedrick Wichelhaus - Newark, NJ

USPTO Classifications:
81/426, 86/40

Tool Categories:
pliers

Assignees:
Bailey, Farrell and Company - Pittsburgh, PA

Manufacturer:
Not known to have been produced

Witnesses:
H. L. Gillis
W. B. Corwin
Louis A. Sayn
Charles M. Lum

Patent Dates:
Applied: Jan. 31, 1889
Granted: Jun. 04, 1889

Patent Pictures:
Friedrick Wichelhaus patent June 4, 1889
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Description:
Pliers type tool with a spring between the handles to open the jaws, and jaws shaped to form crimps in the paper tubes of shotgun shells. The ends of the handles are shaped to be useful as cartridge extractors. Since these crimpers cut the tubes, the shells would not be re-usable.

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