M440 was first "Bobcat" loader in Bobcat Blog

Not when the Keller brothers invented a three-wheeled loader for a turkey farmer six decades ago. Not in , when the brothers joined Melroe Manufacturing Company to produce the company's first M60 self-propelled loader (of which they built 18). Not the M200 (of which 400 were built starting in .).

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When was the speedloader invented?

 · The first two that I ever heard of were HKS and DADE. I believe they were the first 2 mass produced modern speedloaders. There was a lot of debate about which was better. Kinda like the VHS/Beta wars. This was about or so. For what it's worth Dirty ….

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History of Backhoes

A British company called JCB developed the earliest backhoes. The first vehicle equipped with both a front mounted bucket and a backhoe was completed for the first time in . In early , a small American based firm in Indiana developed a hydraulic powered backhoe which was acquired by JCB. Around American Tractor which….

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A Legacy of Innovation: Bobcat History

Driving the Industry Forward . For decades, the name "Bobcat" has been synonymous with loaders. After all, we brought the world its first true skid-steer loader in : the M400. Our invention launched the compact equipment industry

 · New Holland began manufacturing skid steer loaders in , barely a decade after the first four-wheel skid steer loader was invented (). Not only was New Holland one of the very first manufacturers of skid steer loaders, but it was the first to offer a fully enclosed operator station (ROPS) on every machine and a vertical-lift boom with its patented Super Boom-style lift arms.

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Loader (equipment)

 · The first hydraulic wheel loader was invented by Frank G. Hough in the mid-s under patents 2,782,946 and 2,726,778. The first Tractor Loader Backhoe ….

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The Need for Speed: A History of the Revolver Speedloader

 · The first cartridge carriers were nothing more than a "possibles bag" to keep loose rounds, the loose flap and positioning on the body designed for quick and unfettered access to ….

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NRA Museums:

The first successful true full-auto machine gun, which would fire continuously while the trigger was held back, was perfected by Hiram Maxim in the 's and adopted by several armies in the 's. John Moses Browning invented a number of successful machine gun designs, beginning in the 's.

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Breech

 · Among the first breech-loading rifles was one invented by Major Patrick Ferguson, an officer in Washington's Revolutionary Army. It was one of the first to be loaded at the breech and could be loaded and fired six times in a minute. Ferguson, a Scotsman, demonstrated the rifle that bore his name in June, .

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How It Began

HOW THE BOBCAT TM SKID-STEER LOADER CAME TO BE. By Joe Keller . In the fall of a small business, Keller Manufacturing, was opened in Rothsay MN. The photo is of the first of three locations in Rothsay. Louis Keller was the sole owner/operator until when his brother Cyril Keller joined him as an equal partner. At that time Keller Manufacturing was a general repair and fabrication.

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That's when Benjamin Holt invented the first commercially successful track-type tractor and how it led to our name - . From Steam to Gasoline While Holt was famous for developing the tracks, C.L. Best focused his inventions on early gasoline and undercarriage technology improving product reliability and performance.

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New Holland Skid Steers — Spec Guide

 · New Holland began manufacturing skid steer loaders in , barely a decade after the first four-wheel skid steer loader was invented (). Not only was New Holland one of the very first manufacturers of skid steer loaders, but it was the first to offer a fully enclosed operator station (ROPS) on every machine and a vertical-lift boom with its patented Super Boom-style lift arms.

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Facts from the History of the Skid Steer

That was when the world first found out there was a need for a compact, powerful, maneuverable loader, and two blacksmithing brothers with an 8th grade education would find an innovative way to answer the call and disrupt the heavy equipment market. Fact #2: We can thank the majestic turkey for making the first skid steer necessary.

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A History Of Muzzleloading

The Swiss genius Pauley invented the paper cap, then invented a percussion muzzleloader in and breech-loader in . His patent was the first for a muzzleloading in-line action in which the cock of the sidelock was replaced by a cylindrical hammer driven by a coil spring.

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History Of Silage Machinery

In a new invention for lifting grass from the field to the trailer was invented. the first models were light and were designed for hay, by the 's they had been updated to be able to lift heavy green crops. this machine was called the Green Crop Loader.

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A History Of Muzzleloading

The Swiss genius Pauley invented the paper cap, then invented a percussion muzzleloader in and breech-loader in . His patent was the first for a muzzleloading in-line action in which the cock of the sidelock was replaced by a cylindrical hammer driven by a coil spring.

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Rifle History

 · This rifled muzzle loader, which can weigh anywhere from 7 to 10 pounds, is used extensively in the American Revolution and the War of . ... Soon after, Thompson/Center (T/C) unveils the first.

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A Legacy of Innovation: Bobcat History

Driving the Industry Forward . For decades, the name "Bobcat" has been synonymous with loaders. After all, we brought the world its first true skid-steer loader in : the M400. Our invention launched the compact equipment industry

The first cotton picker that builds round cotton modules on the go, allowing nonstop harvesting, is another innovation that changes the industry. acquires the , the largest maker of roadbuilding equipment in the world, advancing the company as a single-source supplier to the construction industry.

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History of Joy Machinery

On June 4, , the first crawler-mounted JOY loader was manufactured at Traylor Engineering in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Greater mobility proved itself, delighted Joy and promoted more interest in his machine. A major machine order was subcontracted by Joy to Charleroi Iron Works in Charleroi, Pennsylvania. The first model JOY 4B sold for $2,800.

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Low loader

The first low loader trailer was invented in the s and featured a riveted gooseneck and solid rubber tires. [ citation (source) needed ] Early trailers had removable rear axles to allow loading in the UK.

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The Need for Speed: A History of the Revolver Speedloader

 · The first cartridge carriers were nothing more than a "possibles bag" to keep loose rounds, the loose flap and positioning on the body designed for quick and unfettered access to ….

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That's when Benjamin Holt invented the first commercially successful track-type tractor and how it led to our name - . From Steam to Gasoline While Holt was famous for developing the tracks, C.L. Best focused his inventions on early gasoline and undercarriage technology improving product reliability and performance.

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American Rifleman

 · As well as the speedloader, Prideaux invented a disintegrating machine gun belt. IN THIS ARTICLE Rifleman Q&A First Speedloader S&W Model 29 Rapid Reloading Device for Revolvers William de Courcy.

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Breech

Invented by : Patrick Ferguson Invented in year : . Breech-Loading Rifle is a firearm in which the bullet or shell is inserted or loaded at the rear of the barrel. The Breech-Loading Rifle was invented by Captain Patrick Ferguson of Pitfours, Scotland.

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A Brief History of Skid Steer Loaders

This three wheeled machine was invented in Minnesota in by the Keller brothers: Cyril and Louis. The machine was originally designed to aid the clearing of poultry manure from a local farmer's barn. The Keller loader, as it has come to be known, featured two front wheels and a ….

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Breech

 · Among the first breech-loading rifles was one invented by Major Patrick Ferguson, an officer in Washington's Revolutionary Army. It was one of the first to be loaded at the breech and could be loaded and fired six times in a minute. Ferguson, a Scotsman, demonstrated the rifle that bore his name in June, .

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