Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 4
- Scientific & Technical Instruments
- Security Test/Monitoring
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IPSCIO Record ID: 28892
The invention is suitable for use in both non-lethal riot/crowd control operations and civilian/military activities like target practice and war games.
The Python Projectile Launcher, is a semi-automatic projectile launcher which can debilitate an assailant using a proprietary frangible projectile, originally developed by the U.S. Navy, at an effective range of 40+ feet. A frangible projectile is one which breaks-up upon impact, thereby reducing the risk of injury to the suspect. The Python Projectile Launcher has the capacity of ten projectiles in the pistol configuration, and 180 projectiles in the carbine configuration, and can be supplied with a laser-aiming device for better precision and accuracy. The device can use five projectile variants, including PAVA or OC powder, inert liquid, glass shattering, marking and kinetic impact. Each projectile has a specific use ranging from individual suspect temporary incapacitation to crowd control.
IPSCIO Record ID: 29066
U.S. Provisional 60/507,491 Less-Lethal Ammunition Projectile
PCT/CA2004/01773 Less-Lethal Ammunition Projectile
The technology id for The WASP, the Licensee's line of proprietary less lethal munitions.
The WASP round consists of a projectile made from a rubber composite material that does not harden in colder climates and possesses energy dissipation attributes, resulting in a safer and more accurate projectile. The composite material allows it to be used in temperatures ranging from minus 50 degrees Celsius to 100 degrees Celsius. The chemical composition of the projectile dissipates energy upon impact, thus inflicting a level of force that is sufficient to temporarily incapacitate but not kill the intended opponent.
The projectile is patent pending in Canada and the United States. The projectile was developed in partnership with the University of Western Ontario.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4468
IPSCIO Record ID: 189284
The subject technology being developed employs the use of a firearm (or firearm type) device as a housing for launching a bola and incorporates a number of improvements (believed to be patentable) over prior attempts to employ a bola mechanism for such purpose.