TSB45: the baton of the future
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TSB45 - view of tactical safety baton when extended
The Right Tool at the Right Time
Tactical Safety Baton 45 is a revolutionary new device that will forever change the face of baton usage. Designed for use by law-enforcement, military and corrections officers, the TSB 45 Model TODD 45 provides a high level of defence against both armed and unarmed threats as well as providing sound deterrent and restraint factors. The TSB 45 is a two handled expandible, rotating rear handle device, the baton is made of Tylon High for high impact and high wear applications. TSB 45 weighs a minimal 530 grams (17 Ounces) and is 40cm (15.7inches) in length in the closed position. When extended it reaches 58cm (23inches).
Experts who have field tested the baton, especially liked the deterrent factors presented when the baton was opened and made ready. They also liked their two hands being protected behind the main shaft and housing reducing the likelihood of any impacts to the hands or knuckles.
The recent increase in complaints and law suits against law enforcement personnel and institutions is a serious consideration that has been addressed in the design of the TSB 45.
The TSB 45 is intended for defensive purposes but can easily be used as a deterrent or restraint device. In addition it can be used to quickly and easily disarm someone with a striking weapon in their hand.
TSB45 - view of tactical safety baton in closed position
Law Enforcement - Military - Security - Crowd Control
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