Title:
Toy handgun assembly structure
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A toy handgun assembly structure includes a frame which is composed of a sliding carriage and a grip. The sliding carriage of frame is installed with a slide and a barrel, and the slide is pulled back to accomplish a chambering. The toy handgun achieves a function of recoil shooting through a cocking mechanism which includes a trigger, a connecting rod, a latch hook, a hammer, and a shooting control mechanism. The frame is provided with a locking knob and a rotating knob which is corresponding to the locking knob. Accordingly, in order to dismantle the slide for changing a shooting function of the toy handgun, the locking knob and the rotating knob on the frame are used, to conveniently and firmly fix the slide on the sliding carriage, or to easily disassemble the slide from the sliding carriage, thereby achieving a shooting function.



Inventors:
Wang, Yu-chyong (Wugu Industrial Park, TW)
Application Number:
11/526072
Publication Date:
03/27/2008
Filing Date:
09/25/2006
Primary Class:
International Classes:
F41C3/00
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Primary Examiner:
RICCI, JOHN A
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Troxell Law Office Pllc (Falls Church, VA, US)
Claims:
What is claimed is:

1. A toy handgun assembly structure comprising a frame which is provided with a sliding carriage and a grip; an interior of the frame including a cocking mechanism, and the sliding carriage being installed with a slide and a barrel, and the slide being pulled back to chamber the frame; a bullet being shot when a trigger activates the cocking mechanism which is constituted by the trigger, a connecting rod, a latch hook, a hammer, and a shooting control mechanism; an upper end of the trigger being connected to an end of the connecting rod, and the other end of connecting rod being assembled at the latch hook; a hook part of the latch hook being corresponding to the hammer, wherein an abut piece of the connecting rod is connected to a stick of the latch hook to keep an elastic force through a connecting-rod spring; the hook part of the latch hook also being corresponding to the shooting control mechanism to control a shooting; the abut piece being corresponding to the stick of latch hook, and a positioning plate of different slide being fitted with through the correspondence of abut piece to the stick to achieve a different shooting function; through a change of slide in correspondence with the sliding carriage of frame, a shooting function required by a user being achieved, such that the frame is corresponding to the different slide, and the different shooting function is achieved.

2. The toy handgun assembly structure according to claim 1, wherein the sliding carriage of frame is corresponding to the slide of a single-shot shooting or a multi-shot shooting function.

3. The toy handgun assembly structure according to claim 2, wherein the single-shot or multi-shot shooting function is implemented by the positioning plate of shooting control mechanism, to achieve the different shooting function.

4. The toy handgun assembly structure according to claim 1, wherein the frame is further provided with a locking knob and a rotating knob which provide for the slide to be fixed on or disassembled from the sliding carriage of frame, so as to facilitate the slide to be conveniently and firmly fixed on the sliding carriage or to be easily disassembled from the sliding carriage.

Description:

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

(a) Field of the Invention

The present invention relates to a toy handgun assembly structure, and more particularly to a toy handgun assembly structure such that a single-shot or multi-shot frame can be fitted with a slide of different shooting control mechanism.

(b) Description of the Prior Art

For a conventional single-shot toy handgun, its single-shot shooting function is controlled by a slide which is installed on a sliding carriage of frame. In addition, upon manufacturing the toy handgun, the slide is fixed on the sliding carriage, meaning that for the toy handgun which is fixed at the single-shot shooting function, its slide cannot be changed and therefore it is not able to perform a multi-shot shooting function. Accordingly, if the toy handgun is to be changed into having the multi-shot shooting function, another toy handgun which is provided with the multi-shot shooting function should be purchased and therefore a single frame cannot be adapted to multiple slides, which causes that the shooting function cannot be changed for a single type of handgun, and wastes cost of changing.

Accordingly, how to eliminate the aforementioned problems is a technical issue to be solved by the present inventor.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The primary object of present invention is to provide a toy handgun assembly structure such that a single-shot or multi-shot frame can be fitted with a slide of different shooting control mechanism, enabling a user to use a single frame to adapt to different slides, so as to easily change a shooting function of toy handgun, and to save a cost of changing the toy handgun which must be spent for changing the shooting function.

To enable a further understanding of the said objectives and the technological methods of the invention herein, the brief description of the drawings below is followed by the detailed description of the preferred embodiments.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 shows a perspective view of the present invention.

FIG. 2 shows an exploded view of the present invention.

FIG. 3 shows a schematic view of an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 4 shows a second schematic view of an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 5 shows a third schematic view of an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 6 shows a fourth schematic view of an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 7 shows a fifth schematic view of an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 8 shows a sixth schematic view of an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 9 shows a seventh schematic view of an embodiment of the present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

Referring to FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, a toy handgun A includes a frame B which is composed of a sliding carriage B1 and a grip B2. The sliding carriage B1 of frame B is provided with a slide C and a barrel D, and an interior of the frame B is provided with a cocking mechanism which contains a trigger B3, a connecting rod B4, a latch hook B5, a hammer B6, and a shooting control mechanism B7.

An upper end of the trigger B3 is connected to an end of the connecting rod B4, the other end of connecting rod B4 is hooked at a rear side of the latch hook B5, and the connecting rod B4 is provided with an abut piece B41. The abut piece B41 is affixed at a stick B51 of the latch hook B5, is fitted with a connecting-rod spring B42, and pulls the latch hook B5 to swing, through an operation of the trigger B3. The latch hook B5 is pivoted at a top of the grip B2, close to a tail end of the sliding carriage B1, and a hook part B53 is protruded backward at a top of a pivot B52 of the latch hook B5, so as to keep a force of rotating counterclockwise by a latch-hook spring B54 on the pivot B52.

The hammer B6 is pivoted at a tail end of the sliding carriage B1, and is provided with a recoil force through an association of a hammer connecting rod B63 with a hammer spring B64. In addition, the recoil force is enhanced by a reaction of firing-pin spring B61, and when the hammer B6 is swinging, a position corresponding to the hook part B53 of latch hook B5 is formed with a claw B62 which can be locked with the hook part B53 to stop a movement of the hammer B6 to form a ready-to-shoot state. Furthermore, the shooting control mechanism B7 which is correspondingly installed at the tail end slide C is provided with a control knob B71 to drive a positioning plate B72 to move upward and downward, so as to achieve a different shooting function in association with the installment of positioning plate B72, and to achieve a control of shooting through a linking between the latch hook B5 at a lower rim of the positioning plate B72 and the connecting rod B4. A notch B73 below the positioning plate B72 holds a spring B74 and a lump B75, and the lump B75 can be moved upward and downward in the notch B73 following a movement of the positioning plate B72, so as to control a multi-shot shooting function. Moreover, the frame B is also provided with a locking knob E and a rotating knob F which provide a user to change the slide C on the frame B, such that the slide C can be conveniently and firmly assembled on or easily disassembled from the sliding carriage B1.

Referring to FIGS. 2 to 4, a toy handgun A includes a frame B which is composed of a sliding carriage B1 and a grip B2. The sliding carriage B1 of frame B is provided with a slide C and a barrel D, and the barrel D can be pulled back by the slide C to accomplish a chambering. In addition, a shooting can be accomplished by using a trigger B3 to activate a cocking mechanism which is constituted by the trigger B3, a connecting rod B4, a latch hook B5, a hammer B6, and a shooting control mechanism B7, wherein an end of the connecting rod B4 is transfixed at an upper end of the trigger B3 of frame B, and the other end of the connecting rod B4 is hooked at a rear side of the latch hook B5. The connecting rod B4 is driven by an operation of the trigger B3 to swing the latch hook B5, an abut piece B41 of the connecting rod B4 is affixed at a stick B51 of the latch hook B5, and the connecting rod B4 is provided with a push-up force when it is recoiled, through a connecting-rod spring B42. The latch hook B5 is pivoted at a top of the grip B2, close to a tail end of the sliding carriage B1, and a hook part B53 is protruded backward at a top of a pivot B52 which is transfixed at the latch hook B5, so as to keep a force of rotating counterclockwise by a latch-hook spring B54 which is sheathed on the pivot B52. At a place corresponding to the hook part B53 of latch hook B5 is extended with a hammer B6, and when the hammer B6 is swinging backward, a claw B62 at a position corresponding to the hook part B53 of latch hook B5 can be locked with the hook part B53 to stop a movement of the hammer B6 to form a ready-to-shoot state. The hammer 62 is provided with a recoil force through an association of a hammer connecting rod B63 with a hammer spring B64, and its recoil force can be enhanced through a reaction of a firing-pin spring B61. Furthermore, the shooting control mechanism B7 is pivoted at a tail end of the slide C, and is provided with a control knob B71 to control a shooting condition of the toy handgun A, and to drive a positioning plate B72 to move upward and downward. A notch B73 below the positioning plate B72 holds a spring B74 and a lump B75, and the lump B75 can be moved upward and downward in the notch B73 following a movement of the positioning plate B72, so as to achieve a purpose of shooting control such as a single-shot, a multi-shot, or turning off a safety, in correspondence with reactions of the latch hook B5 and the connecting rod B4.

Referring to FIGS. 5 to 8, a frame B is provided with a locking knob E which is corresponding to a rotating knob F. In disassembling a slide C on a sliding carriage B1, the locking knob E is pressed first, and then the rotating knob F is rotated clockwise and is affixed on the locking knob E, such that the slide C is moved on the sliding carriage B1 to be dismantled. At this time, a slide G to be changed can be emplaced on the sliding carriage B1, at a position that the rotating knob F can be rotated, and then the rotating knob F is rotated counterclockwise to lock with the locking knob E, such that the slide G can be firmly fixed on the sliding carriage B1, thereby facilitating a user to change a shooting function of the toy handgun A.

Referring to FIG. 2 and FIG. 9, a toy handgun A includes a frame B which is composed of a sliding carriage B1 and a grip B2, and the sliding carriage B1 is installed with a slide G and a barrel D. The barrel D can be pulled back by the slide G to accomplish a chambering. In addition, a shooting can be accomplished by using a trigger B3 to activate a cocking mechanism which is constituted by the trigger B3, a connecting rod B4, a latch hook B5, a hammer B6, and a shooting control mechanism G1. The slide G is a slide of single-shot, and its tail end is pivoted with the shooting control mechanism G1 which is provided with a control knob G11 to control a shooting condition of the toy handgun A. Furthermore, operations of a single-shot shooting and of turning off a safety can be achieved through a correspondence of the control knob G11 with a positioning plate G12 and an extended correspondence of the control knob G11 with the connecting rod B4 and the latch hook B5.

To further manifest the advancement and practicability of the present invention, the present invention is compared with a conventional toy handgun as follow:

Shortcomings of a Conventional Toy Handgun

    • 1. The slide is fixed on the sliding carriage in manufacturing, therefore the slide cannot be changed.
    • 2. According to item 1, the shooting function of toy handgun cannot be changed.
    • 3. It wastes cost.

Advantages of the Present Invention

    • 1. The slide can be changed on the sliding carriage of frame.
    • 2. According to item 1, the shooting function of toy handgun can be changed.
    • 3. The slide can be easily changed.
    • 4. It can save cost.
    • 5. It has the advancement and practicability.
    • 6. It can improve an industrial competitiveness.

It is of course to be understood that the embodiments described herein is merely illustrative of the principles of the invention and that a wide variety of modifications thereto may be effected by persons skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as set forth in the following claims.