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ASP Protector Concealable Baton

ASP52221
  • $51.00


ASP Protector Concealable Baton:

The ASP Protector Concealable Baton is the unrivaled concealable striking apparatus, with a low-profile design for discreet carry. On the The ASP Protector Concealable Baton, strength is not compromised for concealability. The Striking surface of the baton is forged of 4140 steel, and the Middle shaft and handle are crafted of 7075 T6 aluminum. The sturdy construction of the ASP Protector Concealable Baton ensures its striking force and durability are no less than Its bulkier counterparts.

The ASP Protector Concealable Baton comes in three variations, the P12, P16, and P21.

The P12 has a retracted length of 5.06 inches. The Expanded Length of the P12 is 11.75 inches. Its weight is 5.12 Ounces.

The P16 has a retracted length of 6.38 inches. The Expanded Length of the P16 is 15.75 inches. Its weight is 6.4 Ounces.

The P21 has a retracted length of 8.215 inches. The Expanded Length of the P21 is 21.00 inches. Its weight is 7.68 Ounces.

All ASP Protector Concealable Batons have a diameter of 0.862 inches.

Important Note: The ASP Protector Baton is among the hardest to close. This is intentional as the baton needs to be sturdy in deployment. This product is recommended for experienced users. If you are not experienced/trained in baton use it is recommended you look at the ASP Agent Baton

Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews
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J
J.
Good, still figuring it out

Very sturdy baton, still figuring out the sweet spot between closing it too hard and getting it to extend after closing it.

L
L.H.
Good to Go

Good to go! Meets my needs!

G
G.R.
Not completely satisfied...

The finish on the expandable part of the baton almost looks scraped and patchy. You can see the black finish rubbing off.... not happy. Other than that this is very stable and durable. Even the 21 inch offers a great non-lethal EDC.

J
J.J.
Material is high quality

I love the item and the engraving. The only issue I have is the friction lock. I bought the smaller baton for concealment and I have a hard time getting it to unlock. And if you hit it too hard on a surface it causes the extension to go too far into the handle then when you try to extend it again it won't come out. I even adjusted the tension on the clip in the handle. That didn’t fix it.This company makes high-quality items. But I would suggest going with the pushbutton unlock instead of the friction lock.

R
R.G.
Perfect

This was just the personal-protection tool I had been searching for. This is well made, sturdy, and exceptionally well designed. Highly recommend.