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ASP P16 Clip-On Black Chrome Airweight Baton - 52222

$57.80

MSRP* : $68.00 | You Save* : $10.20 (15%)
Part #: ASP52222 | ASP Products
Description
ASP52222: 16" Clip-On Airweight Baton
ASP
 
The P12 and P16 Batons provide administrators, investigators and undercover operators with an Every Day Carry (EDC) Friction Loc® Baton. Each expandable design provides 4140 striking power. These are easy carry batons with the world class striking potential of an ASP impact weapon. Each is fabricated using ASP materials and ASP manufacturing techniques. They are finished using ASP coatings. Each P Series Baton is produced to the same standard of quality that has been adopted by police professionals in over 80 countries around the world.

The P12 and P16 are concealable. A 4140 striking surface is combined with a forged to shape 7075 T6 aluminum middle shaft and precision machined handle. The grip is fine line, Crosstec knurled with spiral micro grooves. Rings accept Snap Loc™ clips. Batons can be carried tip up or tip down. The clip can be adjusted to a variety of positions along the handle to enhance concealment or ease presentation. Whatever the activity, these batons are easily carried and rapidly presented. A constant companion for control and defense. Not compatible with replacement end caps. Batons have evolved over the years and engineers at ASP have determined that by having slightly more overlap from one tube to another, it increases the strength of the baton. Although the individual tubes will add up to 16", the overlap will slightly reduce the overall length. Made in the USA.

UPC Code: 092608522220

Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
ASP P16 Clip-On Black Chrome Airweight Baton 4.148 (27 reviews)
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ASP P16 Clip-On Black Chrome Airweight Baton
1 out of 5
MA
Pros: Weight, None
Cons: Construction
Closing issues
So like everyone else with one star keeps saying, this particular baton has serious issues closing all the way. Even when reading the how-to, doing everything it tells you to do in the instructions, it still has issues closing. It'll retract on the shaft part, but the second level is the one that stays stuck. Sent it back, got another one thinking it was my specific baton, nope. I've found that if you close it at an angle, you only have to smash it on the ground 12 times to close it. Save yourself some aggravation and get a Smith and Wesson or Manadnock.
ASP P16 Clip-On Black Chrome Airweight Baton
2 out of 5
Hawaii
Pros: Weight, Materials, None
Cons: Construction
Baton wont close!
Read some reviews about peoples baton not closing and being stuck in the open position. I wish i listened to those reviews because i received mines in the mail today and i had it only 15 min and it's already defective. I've been slamming and pounding it on the ground and even tried using a hammer which some people suggested but no luck. I've been trying for so long i heard my neighbor shouting to shut the hell up. It is a very nice baton and i love how sleek and light it is. In my pocket it's barely noticeable. I just wish the main function of the damn thing worked.
ASP P16 Clip-On Black Chrome Airweight Baton
5 out of 5
Leesburg, Va
Pros: Materials, Construction, Balance
Cons: Weight, None
Light... good or bad?
Good quality. Yes, the clip is cheap plastic but does the job. I actually think it improves the grip on the skinny handle somewhat. The checkering on the grip helps but its too shallow (sharp but shallow). They should design it where a robust clip is a part of the grip. Very light. I'm no weapons expert, but just pure physics dictates that a lighter blunt object does not impact as hard as a heavier object. This lightness does allow the swing to be pretty fast (almost like knife strokes). Very thin, especially the striking end rod. This lessens the surface area on the struck part of the body. This thin-ness along with higher speed strikes will increase the chance of skin cuts (will not look good in self-defense scenario if the "attacker" is covered in blood). Just things to keep in mind if you're thinking of using it more "regularly" as opposed to 'hope I never get to use it' type of carry, which is the category that I'm in.
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