TODAY’S PATENT- GUN HAMMER COCKING APPARATUS USABLE WITH A HAMMER LOCKING DEVICE EXTENDING ABOUT THE HAMMER
The invention was invented by Horace L. Shivers, patented by the USPTO on 10th of April, 1990, bearing patent number US4914846A.
The present invention provides an apparatus which allows cocking of the hammer of a gun whenever a gun is utilized with a casing which encases the upper rear portion of the gun preventing manual access by a user directly to the hammer itself.
The present invention deals with the field of devices usable with single action handguns. The present invention provides a gun hammer cocking apparatus which is particularly usable with a hammer locking device which extends about the hammer such as to prevent direct access thereto. The hammer locking device with which the present invention is usable often will completely encapsulate the hammer of the firearm and as such an access means is required whenever single action firearms utilize such a protection device. It is an object of the present invention to provide a gun hammer cocking apparatus usable with a hammer locking device extending about the hammer wherein cocking of the gun hammer of a single action handgun is made possible.