Expandable baton

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Expandable baton

Postby Nathan » Wed Jul 27, 2016 4:26 pm

I'm seeking a quality expandable baton that I won't have to smash into the ground to close. Lots of options out there, very little valid information about which one is true quality.
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Re: Expandable baton

Postby Nathan » Wed Jul 27, 2016 4:30 pm

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Re: Expandable baton

Postby ramjet » Fri Jul 29, 2016 10:27 am

Years ago, Monadnock had trainers come out for a day seminar, real nice people. I ended up using their 16in. lockable one. I liked it, because you didn't have to smash the head of it down on the ground to close it. Also, the older 16in. only had one fly that came out and it was beefier than the asp. Here on the border, we call them tonks. lol

Now I just use my Sabre Red Crossfire 3.0oz. Good on dogs as well. I may have to get another baton. BTW, those pocket kubotons are kinda weird.
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