Smith & Wesson Lite 26" Heat Treated Collapsible Baton, Nylon Pouch - SWBAT26LT


MSRP* : $59.99 | You Save* : $24.04 (40%)
SWBAT26LT: SWAT 26" Collapsible Lite Baton
Smith & Wesson
The Smith and Wesson SWAT 26" collapsible lite baton is easily carried and rapidly deployed into action with a quick flick of the wrist. It provides the carrier with a confident attitude that he or she carries a powerful deterrent to ward off any attacker. The baton affords superb balance and control and offers a rounded impact point that will apply significant pressure to an attacker without inflicting any cuts. This model measures 9.6" when closed, and 26" when deployed. It is constructed from heavy-duty black steel and features a soft foam handle for a superior grip. This item includes a heavy-duty 1680 Denier pouch.
  • Tip Material: 1215MS Free Cutting Steel
  • First Shaft Material: STKM11A Carbon Steel
  • Middle Shaft Material: 7076 T6 Aluminum
  • Tensile Strength: 2653 lbf (1204 kgf)
  • Bending Strength: 1986 lbf (901 kgf)
  • Handle Length:9.6" (24.5 cm)
  • Overall Length: 26" (66 cm)
  • Handle Material: 7076 T6 Aluminum with Soft Foam Grip
  • Sheath Material: 1680 Denier
  • Weight: 10.6 oz.
  • Made in Taiwan
Nylon Sheath
Nylon Sheath Durable, flexible, abrasion and mildew resistant, Nylon also is very strong
Smith & Wesson Lite 26" Heat Treated Collapsible Baton, Nylon Pouchrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (1 review)
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Smith & Wesson Lite 26" Heat Treated Collapsible Baton, Nylon Pouch
rated 5 stars out of 5
Kevin T
San Pedro/Wilmington, CA
Mar 13, 2017
Pros: Weight, Balance, Construction, Materials
Cons: None
Good value/quality for a security officer
I just received this product and began carrying it on duty about a week ago. I'm very satisfied with it, overall. Much easier to tote around on a duty belt than my PR - 24. Another point I like about this product is the fact that it stays with you on your belt. If the officer is tired or forgets, the PR - 24 can be left behind. Not so with the expandable; it's always on the belt. The price is right, too. For those of us who buy our own gear it's hard to spring for an ASP or Monodnock. I'm considering the heavier one (bought the Lite version) so I can choose which one to carry based on my assigned post that day.


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