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Extendable 16" Steel Baton Soft Grip and Sheath Extends from 6.5 to 16

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Steel Extendable Baton with black Nylon sheath. Flip your wrist and it extends to full length. Ergonomic soft grip for defense and police use. Sheath has quick open hook & loop closure fits up to 2" belt. Imported. We sell three sizes of extendable batons.


Total number of Reviews: 6

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4.0 5
"Compact and easy to carry, slides out with a good flick. Getting it closed can be a challange. I'll have to buy another I already lost it."
2.0 5
"First of all the baton is a little shorter than I expected. I really don\uFFFDt think in a combat situation were you actually needed to use it, it would be of great service to you. In addition it is hard to get the baton out of the sheath in a quick manner. It is hard to open quickly and harder to close. The retaining ring came of the top of the baton almost immediately also the sheath after a short period of time tore. I would not recommend this baton. I would prefer a longer one with the ability to put the baton in quick use."
3.0 5
"Well, the size is nice for concealment. I carry mine in my pocket when walking the dog around the park. Yep, a longer model might be better in a real fight, but concealment is always a tradeoff. My complaint is that the middle section fails to deploy consistently. Sometimes it holds open and sometimes it doesn't. I've tried all sorts of modifications, from filing it rough to deforming it with a sledge hammer. I suspect if I really needed it the adreneline would make me flick it open harder than I do in my living room, but I'd be more comfortable with a product that works every time in training. Plus, the retaining clip doesn't hold closed positively, making it rattle while I walk. All in all, I'm keeping mine, with the understanding that I probably won't ever need it. For civilian (concealment) applications, it's more important that it remain hidden than that it deploy positively every time. Made in China."
5.0 5
"liked it so much bought a second just to have on hand just incase I lose one I want to have one in reserve."
3.0 5
"I prefer batons/clubs to be shorter- more control, an most of the time it's simply to avoid using my hands as not to allow something to be bitten/slashed/stabbed. Plus, if it's taken away from me, their hand's occupied by a blunt rod and not a knife- easier to turn that fight around. it's stubborn to deploy, needs a bit of grease, and the tail cap needs a bit of wadding to stay on. to all the reviewers who believe it's a good club because it stings a bit when they whack their shin, try hitting something hard- like concrete- with as much force as though you were using a sledgehammer. if the club is still okay, it's good enough. otherwise, buy something else. haven't got the money now to buy another one of these and torture test the one i've got. If it passes, i'll be getting one for the house, and two for the cars- his and hers."
4.0 5
"I would not use the sheath. The Baton it self is good."