ASP T60 26" Talon Disc Loc Baton:
The Talon baton is ASP’s latest and most advanced baton on the market. Ever since their conception, expandable batons have been known as an ASP. ASP has been manufacturing top of the line batons since the early 1990’s and they continue to innovate and improve.
The ASP Talon baton utilizes a patented disc lock to ensure sturdy lockout. These batons also utilize a push button for closure. No more finding a hard surface and beating your baton on the ground to close. Simply depress the button on the end cap and push the telescoping shafts back into the handle.
The Talon batons metal components are constructed of precision machined & heat treated high carbon steel tubing for maximum strength. They are also available in aluminum versions. The baton handle is composed of a foamed vinyl grip protected by a metal front collar.
The push button release of the Talon baton is machined into the end cap. There are two end caps available for the Talon baton. The push button end cap features a recessed button that is compressed to collapse the baton. The cap baton handle makes the whole end of the baton into a button that unlocks the baton for closure.
Manufactured with superior materials and craftsmanship, this baton stands out from other handheld impact weapons. The Talon Baton expands utilizing a Disc Loc system and internal grooving that ensures smooth expansion. The ASP Talon Baton is easily opened with a flick of the wrist, and is closed by compressing the button or cap and pushing it together. This product is ready for use straight out of the packaging. We recommend purchasing the ASP envoy scabbard to ensure easy access and protection.
T60 9.63" 24.45 cm
T60 23.62" 60 cm
T60 21.4 ounces .607 kg
T60 12.0 ounces .342 kg
Locking System Disc Loc
ASP Talon Baton Diagram
I love the heavy strong feel of the steel baton. I wasn't concerned with it being too heavy. I am very pleased with my purchase.
Got this to replace my other brand autolock and must say it feels better, opens and closes better and easier. Should have went with the ASP from the start.