Self Defense Alternative To Firearms

Self Defense Alternative To Firearms

Expandable Police Steel BatonLooking for a self defense alternative to firearms?  Look we all know that Samuel Colt made all men equal but there are times when one might want or need a less lethal alternative to a gun for legal or other reasons…a good concealable, multi-use (no reservoirs or cartridges to expend like with pepper spray or Tasers) option is the humble expandable steel baton.  This weapon is lightweight, concealable and easy to use.  You can spend a great deal more for an ASP (the Cadillac of batons) brand baton (they even have one with a flashlight in the handle… but Prepography affiliate SecurityProUSA.com has a generic version for only $29.95.  These batons expand out to up to 26 inches long (31 for an additional $15) and even have a certain intimidation factor when facing an unarmed bad guy when you deploy it with the flick of your wrist.  Check them out…but don’t forget to make sure to see if they’re legal if you live in an area morally opposed to good guys defending themselves.

This is how SecurityProUSA.com describes this product:

Expandable solid steel batons with foam handle. These solid steel batons expand to either 16, 21 or 26 inches with just a flick of the wrist. Comes with a foam covered handle for easy gripping and free heavy-duty nylon holster for easy carrying. If you are looking for effective self-defense with extra reach, the steel baton is it.

Safety Matters:  Please note that the product you are purchasing may be considered a deadly weapon. Use this product solely for practice and self defense. You must practice and understand all safety issues associated with using the baton. Do not open the baton with anyone or anything in close proximity. Make sure the baton is lightly lubricated (WD-40 or gun oil is recommended). Do not hit any target with the baton tip or else it will bend. Opening and closing your baton: Hold the baton firmly in your hand and quickly flick your wrist. This will open the baton. You want to have a secure, but not tight, hold of the baton. Since ease of motion is important to strike effectively, a grip that is too firm will decrease your ability to strike quickly and smoothly. Collapse your baton by holding it perpendicular to the ground and tapping the tip on the ground. Continue to tap the ground until all sections of the baton have retracted and the baton is in its closed position. Laws regarding the possession and use of expandable batons: You must be at least 18 years of age to purchase this product. This baton is not a toy, it is to be used as a self defense weapon ONLY. It is the buyer’s responsibility to check local laws before purchasing.

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