I was just reading through the infamous "Navy Patent".
For those that have not read through the last 13 pages, there is a patent from 1971, for an electropneumatic paintball gun. It has a built-in ACE, and force-feed hopper.
It was designed to shoot paintballs for use in wargames.
Well its mentioned in the Smart Parts Shocker AND Impulse patent.
Hmmmm...What does that mean?
Smart Parts clearly references an earlier electropneumatic paintball gun in there own patent.
Am I crazy, or does this clearly invalidate there claim?
UNLESS... they bought the rights to that Navy patent?
If they DID, then they may actually have a great chance of winning a court case since that navy patent would clearly predate any early-90s electro?
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