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Expandable Baton

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These extendable batons expand to either 16, 21, 26 or 31 inches with just a flick of the wrist. Holster Included. Choose your size!

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These extendable steel batons expand to either 16, 21, 26 or 31 inches with just a flick of the wrist. You choose which size you want it to reach out to.

Easily Conceals Until You Extend or Flick it Out!

Expandable batons fit perfect on your belt or next to you in your car. A collapsible baton can be easily hidden and quickly extended for immediate use.

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Positive locking system. It will not collapse when you need it extended.

Exploding Devastation in the Palm of your Hand

The expandable steel baton is great for both offensive and defensive techniques you would need to employ in a real-world situation.

It doesn't take much to get this moving around in very effective techniques you can implement.

Most police officers in the US are issued telescopic batons in place of the old billy clubs. The included holster has a built-in belt loop to easily fit on duty rigs of security guards and other law enforcement personnel.

The telescopic steel baton comes with a padded handle for easy gripping and a heavy-duty nylon holster with belt loop for easy carrying.

The holster has hook and loop closures to keep it secure. If you are looking for effective self defense with extra reach, the extendable baton is it.

Expandable Batons

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Tip: To close the police baton, strike straight down on an unyielding surface.

Retractable Baton Closing Instructions

Closed Steel Batons

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Telescopic Steel Baton Sizes

Extended Size Closed Length Weight
1. 16inch 7 inches .95lb
2. 21inch 8 1/2 inches 1.20lb
3. 26inch 10 inches 1.40lb
4. 31inch 12 inches 1.55lb

Extended Telescopic Steel Baton

What size collapsible baton should I get?

Different sizes of the collapsible batons are the 16 inch, 21 inch, 26 inch, and the 31 inch. Personal preference would guide your choice as well as your ability to wield the different sizes. Though not a hard rule, the taller you are, the longer the rod you could effectively use.

If you aren't sure which size you should get, the twenty-one inch option is the most popular choice.

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You may want the longer one, so you have a further reach or the shorter one for your particular purpose. Or you can get different sizes and strategically place them in specific locations.

Keep one in the driver's side car door pocket in case of any trouble while on the road. If anything happens while in your vehicle, you can quickly have an effective weapon to defend yourself.

Watch Video How to Extend and Collapse the Telescopic Baton

telescopic steel baton

The expandable baton has pretty much replaced the old billy club of law enforcement. They are smaller to carry, easy to employ, and are effective weapons both offensively and defensively. Learn how to use this security baton effectively.

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Retractable Baton Grip

The grip on the retractable baton is made of rubber, is comfortable to hold and will not slip out of your hand. These grips hold out much better than the foam grips.

* The 31" size cannot be shipped to CA.

I am 5'11" and the 21" Baton seems to be the perfect length for me. The plastic grip feels much more comfortable and secure than the foam grips I have tried. Shipping was quick.

I bought the 21" baton after reading several reviews and recommendations. The closed unit is not small enough to carry in your pants pocket but the belt holster makes carrying it convenient. Great buy

The Steel baton is pretty sturdy and fairly well weighted. The biggest issues is that it's hard to collapse again once it's extended. I had to put WD-40 on the shaft, that helped a little. Still, it's very difficult to get fully collapsed again, I really have to force it (which, I hope, won't end up breaking it after a while).

GREAT SMOOTH WORKING SOLID BATON...JUST REMEMBER: IT IS ONLY AS EFFECTIVE AS THE TRAINING BEHIND IT'S USE.....

It just what I wanted something small and compact the can pack a punch.

Hard to collapse, but very efficient. Excellent weight, 21" length is great, and the sturdiness is impressive.

Baton will not close all the way end stays open,the rest closes.

Good

Like it a lot, though, the jury is still kind of out... Extended, the baton seems to be an amazing and durable tool for self-defense, which is why I got one for me and my girl. Collapsing it is not so easy, which was not what my girl and I were...prepared for. Yes, yes. I understand the "locking" mechanism is simply friction, so it needs to very strong. And perhaps it's understood that it becomes easier with use. These things I would eventually figure out...

However, I would've given a full 5 stars if not for the RIDICULOUS "How To" videos on collapsing the baton! Out of the box, these things do NOT close NEARLY as easily as those videos depict! Quite frankly, keeping in mind how the "locking" mechanism is friction, I wonder if it SHOULD close THAT easily and still be an effective self-defense tool! One video shows a gal who sorta taps the baton on the floor, and then gently stabs it into floor, closing it without so much as a grunt for effort. The second video shows some guy gently whacking it on the back of his couch in some crummy apartment, and then he SHAKES it closed! Really?! Right out of the box?? C'monnnnn...Seriously???

And so, I give 2.5 stars (rounded up to 3, since they don't do half stars) :P for it's effectiveness extended. 2.5 (2) stars MORE would've been added if the information concerning closing it was a bit more informative and honest.

We shall see what time reveals. And I will try to remember to update this review if something changes...

I had mine for a couple days now and after using it i havent had any problems, closing it can be kinda difficult at first but you dont wanna slam it on your house floor or table the baton is very strong and will leave marks if not break it i find it easy to close on concrete but im finding it easyer to close on some indoor hard floors at malls and schools but still for like hard wood or cheap tile i wouldnt even attemp it
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