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Smith & Wesson Tactical Baton (21 Inch) Thermoplastic Polyester Elastomer Handle | Black Denier Hard Case Sheath BAT21H

MANUFACTURER: Smith & Wesson Knives
SKU:
SWBAT21H  MPN: BAT21H
Retail Price: $58.65
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$39.99
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Smith & Wesson SWBAT21H 21 Inch Tactical Baton with Sheath. The Smith & Wesson 21" Expandable Baton is constructed of 4130 seamless alloy tubing with a hardness of HRC 46-47. Built with a comfortable thermoplastic polyester elastomer handle with a basketweave pattern for maximum grip regardless of the conditions, this baton is perfect for those who serve. Comes with a black denier hard case sheath.

Specifications:

  • Tencile Strength: 3011.3 kgf
  • Bending Strength: 1839.7 kgf
  • Handle Grip: Thermoplastic Polyster Elastomer
  • Steel: 4130 seamless alloy steel tubing
  • Hardness: HRC 46-47
  • Overall: 21.0" (53.3 cm)
  • Handle: 8.2" (20.8 cm)
  • Weight: 16.2 oz.
  • Sheath: 1680 denier outer shell

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Mark Bodie on 08/26/2014 01:04pm
Excellent quality for the money. Compatible with ASP accessories.
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Thanks for such great service before AND during the sale. Y'all had a great attitude when I was asking a dozen questions and although I know and respect that your time is money I never felt hurried. It was like I was your only customer. You have won me as a life long customer even if you're in CA ;) I've got to get going but I wanted to let you know that the folks I worked with were all great and a definite asset to the company. Treat them right, retain them, and the rest will just fall in place.
--Ale - Austin, TX