Amusement devices: games – Aerial projectile game; game element or accessory therefor... – Target
273 65EG, 273417, 273 58K, 273428, 273DIG20, 273DIG7, A63B 4302, A63B 3706
An aerial projectile including a skeletal shell and a baffling material confined and/or supported by the skeletal shell. The skeletal shell is fabricated from a resilient, durable, light-weight and deformation resistant material such as nylon or other suitable plastic. The skeletal shell is formed with a predetermined shape generally defining a spatial configuration which may be spherical, ovoidal, ellipsoidal, hemispherical, or the like. The baffling material is in the form of a lightweight, resilient material such as plastic foam or the like. The baffling material forms at least a part of the external contour of the aerial projectile and may even be used to form protruding vanes or fins for the aerial projectile.
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Marlo George J.
Workman H. Ross
Young J. Winslow
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