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    Patent check

    Does anyone know if the ultralite frame is actually patented, and if so know the number? I can't find it at a cursory glance and if it's in one of their gun patents I don't want to dig.

    No, I'm not making a UL frame, just want to check the language.

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    No, I'm not making a UL frame, just want to check the language.
    Smart. In my patent the fact I used 'spool' to describe the valvetrain ran into language issues because the Angel used the spool in the 5-way as item in their patent, and we had to word our claims around that. Legally, from a patent stance in some aspects, the Angel is the first stacked tube spool valve gun.
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    Anyone know the patent No. on the MQ valve? I don't see a patent assigned to mike quinn on the list for the Axe...
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    The axe uses the Cobra patent. I think this is the mq, it's as close as I can find anyway.

    https://patents.google.com/patent/US20070028910A1/en#

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    So wait, if someone started building Mq valves would Kee go after them? I thought Kee bought the Mq intellectual property
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    Totally unclear to me, here is the actual

    https://patents.google.com/patent/US7913679

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    Yes, Empire bought Mike Quinn's MQ rights and i believe the balance valve(unsure about that). I know Quinn through friends and might be persuaded to ask.

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