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Licence: New Jersey - Active Date: 1941

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Irving I. Rubin
President, Director
The Fountains Condominium, Inc

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Irv Rubin

Irving D. Rubin (April 12, 1945 November 13, 2002) was chairman of the Jewish Defense League (JDL) from 1985 to 2002. Over the years he was suspected of ...

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Two-Piece Rifle Scope Mount Adapter

US Patent:
D477650, Jul 22, 2003
Filed:
Oct 9, 2002
Appl. No.:
29/168780
Inventors:
Irving N. Rubin - Farmington Hills MI
Ivan Jimenez - Plymouth MI
Assignee:
Kwik-Site Company - Wayne MI
International Classification:
2201
US Classification:
D22110

Telescope Mount For A Firearm

US Patent:
D348714, Jul 12, 1994
Filed:
May 28, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/870691
Inventors:
Irving N. Rubin - West Bloomfield MI
Ivan Jimenez - Northville MI
Assignee:
Kwik-Site Corp. - Wayne MI
US Classification:
D22110

Telescope Mount For A Firearm

US Patent:
D336675, Jun 22, 1993
Filed:
Aug 19, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/746595
Inventors:
Irving N. Rubin - West Bloomfield MI
Ivan Jimenez - Northville MI
Assignee:
Kwik-Site Corp. - Wayne MI
US Classification:
D22110

Telescope Sight Mount System For Firearms

US Patent:
4446644, May 8, 1984
Filed:
Dec 2, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/326636
Inventors:
Ivan Jimenez - Wayne MI
Irving N. Rubin - Wayne MI
International Classification:
F41G 138
US Classification:
42 1ST
Abstract:
In a firearm telescope sight mount system a base is mounted on a firearm and a mount member is operatively engaged with the base. The mount member includes a receptacle for reception of the body of a telescope sight. The base and the mount member are operatively engaged via a dovetail type connection, comprising a channel in the mount and a slide on the base. The mount is resiliently flexible from its free position in response to externally applied forces so that its channel expands slightly allowing the mount to be slid axially onto the slide of the base. Upon release of the external forces, the resiliency results in a forceful clamping action on the base.

Base For Mounting A Telescope To A Black Powder Rifle

US Patent:
D343440, Jan 18, 1994
Filed:
Oct 23, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/781286
Inventors:
Irving N. Rubin - West Bloomfield MI
Ivan Jimenez - Northville MI
Assignee:
Kwik-Site Corp. - Wayne MI
US Classification:
D22110

Seat Belt Buckle Actuator Accessory

US Patent:
5050277, Sep 24, 1991
Filed:
Apr 13, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/037806
Inventors:
Ivan Jimenez - Wayne MI
Irving Rubin - Wayne MI
International Classification:
A44B 1126
US Classification:
24633
Abstract:
An accessory actuator for an occupant restraint system buckle which gives the owner of an automotive vehicle a choice in rendering the restraint belts in the vehicle more convenient for unlatching. The accessory comprises a molded plastic accessory button which can be installed without the use of separate tools and without having to modify the existing buckle. The button has a head disposed exterior of the pre-existing buckle casing and a neck which extends from the head to join with the pre-existing actuating button of the buckle. The accessory button joins to the pre-existing button by pressing the adhesive containing end of the neck against the pre-existing actuating button.

See-Through Type Telescope Sight Mount For Firearms

US Patent:
4429468, Feb 7, 1984
Filed:
Dec 2, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/326635
Inventors:
Ivan Jimenez - Wayne MI
Irving N. Rubin - Wayne MI
International Classification:
F41G 138
US Classification:
33245
Abstract:
A see-through type telescope sight mount for firearms comprises a pair of mounting members operatively coupled together. Each mounting member comprises a quarter circular first portion forming a portion of a receptacle for the body of a telescope sight, a second generally semioval portion below the first portion adapted to engage via its free distal edge a corresponding groove in the firearm and a third portion joining one end of the first portion to the other end of the second portion. The third portions confront each other and fasteners pass through the respective third portions to operatively couple the two mounting members. A protuberance is provided in each mounting member along the juncture of its first and third portions and two protuberances are in abutting relationship with each other to thereby space apart the respective third portions. The abutting protuberances form a fulcrum about which the fasteners are effective to set the span between the distal edges of the second portions thereby releasably clamping the mount on the firearm.

Firearm Sight And Flashlight Mounting System

US Patent:
4707772, Nov 17, 1987
Filed:
Oct 21, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/921331
Inventors:
Ivan Jimenez - Wayne MI
Irving N. Rubin - Wayne MI
International Classification:
F41G 134
US Classification:
362110
Abstract:
A system for mounting a flashlight on a firearm so that the mounting of the flashlight does not interfere with the sighting system, be it telescopic, non-telescopic, or a combination of the two. Various embodiments of mounts are disclosed for these several types of sightings systems. One embodiment for a telescope sight system comprises a separable mounting of the flashlight on the firearm which does not affect the mounting of the telescope sight.

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