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ASP Agent Concealable Baton

ASP52220
  • $106.88


ASP Agent Concealable Baton:

The ASP Agent Concealable Baton is the prime concealed impact weapon. With a low profile and a smaller diameter, the Agent Baton is concealable on a belt, or on the waistband.
Using 4140 Steel to manufacture the ASP Agent Concealable Baton, It is significantly stronger than competitors and resists corrosion for significantly longer.
The Nexus Clip is accepted on the ASP Agent Concealable Baton. The Nexus Clip is a secure, lightweight, and compact Baton Clip containing a chrome plate retaining spring and a rapid release clip. The clip can be used on either tactical or dress belts, and allows the user to immediately withdrawal the baton by lifting it from the belt.
The Agent batons can be carried with the tip up, or the tip down. Using Disc Loc Technology, A push of the cap retracts the baton

The ASP Agent Concealable Baton comes in 3 sizes; The Agent 30 extends to 12 inches, the Agent 40 extends to 16 inches, and the Agent 50 extends to 20 inches.

Agent 30 Baton Specs:

  • Retracted Length: 6.3"
  • Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • 4140 Steel Striking Surface
  • Diameter: .875"
  • Locking System: Talon Loc

Agent 40 Baton Specs:

Agent 50 Baton Specs:

Customer Reviews

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J
J.H.
Quality product

Baton is concealable and discrete. Functions well. Light enough not to leave home, but solidly built.

C
C.T.
Perfect

Functions flawlessly. Extremely well-made, sturdy and well worth every penny.

W
W.
Quality

Quality baton, easily concealed, I even take it when dress up and have to walk downtown to restaurants, etc.

b
b.b.
It'll do

The baton is fairly well made, light, and isn't hard to carry. The cons... there are two. The clip is completely worthless and broke the first day I got it. The second gripe is that it takes barely any pressure to force the baton closed from an open position; so using this baton to strike with on the tip is not advisable due the high likelihood that it would simply collapse/ close.

I don't regret the purchase. But I also would not pay what I did for it again. I will say that with the two aforementioned flaws, it is still better than a friction lock baton due to, ironically, the ease with which it can be collapsed. No more banging your baton on the ground!!!