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Old 02-23-2011, 03:47 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by pandamonium View Post
Have you looked into a provisional patent? A provisional will protect your product while the official patent is completed. Patents are expensive!! I looked into it briefly a few years ago, it can cost around ten grand and take three years!!
I have been involved in two. It was like 20 grand each when all is said and done. Unfortunately I'm the engineer who created the product for the company that paid for the patent so I just get credit without the rights. Nothing quite like gas powered machine guns though! Can't wait to see this. I'm really curious how it all works. Gas, bullets and engineering.
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Diesel didn't get me the power spike I needed. It burns way too slow. I used a blend closer to a nitro-methane burning rate.
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