26" Expandable Law Enforcement Baton
2 or more only $9.99 each!
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  • High quality solid taper lock steel baton
  • Textured steel handle
  • Weight-forward design for maximum kinetic energy transfer
  • Includes a heavy duty nylon sheath
  • 26" overall when fully extended

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Defend yourself with this baton, which is used by police around the world! It is made of high quality, solid taper lock steel and has a textured steel handle. The weight-forward design allows for maximum kinetic energy transfer. A heavy duty nylon sheath is included and the baton is 26" overall when fully extended.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.02 out of 5
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Great for price! Reviewed by Doug Whitlatch on Jan 22, 2018   5 out of 5

First off, the nylon sheath for this baton is crap. The Velcro comes apart very quickly, fraying then ripping. Other than that, the baton works as it should. Most of these collapsing, quick-draw batons require you to slam it into a hard surface to close them. And some of the more expensive ones are a bit tricky the first few times to close them just as this one, so it is comparable. For the price, you won't find a better baton. Get two and they're $9.99/each. I've bought 4 of these now and am going to buy more because they are a real "HIT" and a bargain that you just can't "BEAT!"

Reviewed by Jason Anselma on Jan 14, 2018   3 out of 5

Just received mine not bad for the money but it is very hard to close you got a really slam it on something hard like concrete I'm going to try a little WD-40 on it the pouch it came with for your belt stitching on it's very cheap unstrapped it already ripped the velcro piece off but again not bad for the money

Great product! Reviewed by Ryan Lasley on Dec 13, 2017   5 out of 5

Thought it was going to be junk for the price and the negative reviews, took a chance bought it. Great, study, a little hard to get back in some times, not always. I'll buy another for sure!

26"batin Reviewed by on May 12, 2017   4 out of 5

Seems strong and functions added a small spray of wd40,it will serve its purpose dont have 100% confidence it will last!

yeah Reviewed by on Jan 30, 2017   5 out of 5

thought it would be junk for the price but it is very good i folds out with a flick and is ready to defend yourself i could break bones with this thing its really hard to close but id rather have it stuck out instead of it collapsing when i need it the most

Works just fine for me. Reviewed by on Oct 15, 2016   5 out of 5

I have bought several 21 inch but this time I bought the 26 inch and it works just fine. you do need to use a hard surface to CLOSE it but that is for all of them that is normal. It works just fine for me and now that I have tried the 26 inch I might just get another one. I do put a (super light) coat on WD 40 ( to prevent rust) because it is a friction lock.

Good Value Reviewed by James Slough on Sep 14, 2016   5 out of 5

Bought 2 of the 26 inch batons under the Bud K "2 for" price and am well satisfied. They expand fine and collapse fine; I hold the grip by only 2 fingers when I slam the tip on pavement so that the shaft can help vibrate the grip to help loosen the lock, and it collapses fine. The big name brand, professional grade batons are smoother with better steel, but they cost 6 to 15 times more money than the Bud K, and I don't think that a young, punk criminal who is struck by either one would be able to tell the difference. This is a serious item, so if you buy one at least watch on line training videos, start off slow till you get used to swinging it, keep your spare (alive) hand out of the way, and pay close attention. This baton can do serious damage to whatever it impacts: it's not a toy nor replica.

Works for me Reviewed by Bryan McManis on Sep 02, 2016   5 out of 5

I already have several 21 inch and decided to try this time the 26 inch. It works just fine and you do have to impact it on the carpet or ground to get it back in BUT if you want to do a jab or grab with other hand on shaft and poke with (do you really want it to collapse?) Just wondering because that does matter to me. When you are trained in it you do use a jab when they charge at you and grab part of the shaft to have a two handed grip and also jab with it.

I should have read all the reviews. Reviewed by on Aug 31, 2016   1 out of 5

Second flick of the wrist, the end came off. Put wd-40 on it and it was able to open and close. When I get home tonight I'll see if it's any better.

ok Reviewed by on Aug 25, 2016   4 out of 5

haven't tested it but i opened it and it didn't go all the way then flicked it harder and it took 15 minutes to close i had to slam it on the ground and not the tip is all scraped i oped it again a couple days later and the dumb thing literally wont close it is literally sitting their open the sheath is cheap nyon it works ok

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