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Pointed Glass Breaker End Cap

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Tactical Pointed Glass Breaker Cap for Self-Defense Baton

Few things can match the efficiency of the modern day steel baton in close-quarters combat. Blunt impact weapons of this length can be wielded with the speed of a dagger and the reach of a short sword. Wielding an extendable baton means having superior reach, speed, and when used right, the ability to knock your opponent out cold instantly. You can make your baton even more useful by attaching a glass breaker cap to its bottom.

Pointed Glass Breaker End Cap for Non-Combat Emergencies

A glass breaker baton cap can make your weapon just as useful in non-combat emergency situations as it is in self-defense. Its use is already explained in its name. Screw off the bottom part of your baton and screw this part on, and you have the perfect tool for breaking most types of glass. This can be useful if you are either trapped inside a car wreck or trying to get some people out of a car wreck as a first responder.

Having one with you 24/7 means that when the fire alarm goes off suddenly and you have access to a fire extinguisher that is enclosed in glass, you will not need to waste time looking for something with which to break the glass. When you are armed with a steel baton with glass breaker capability, you can generally be more useful in non-combat emergencies, even those that do not involve breaking any glass at all.

Being weapons made of sturdy metal, these batons, when retracted, can be used as levers for forcing doors and windows open. Instead of relying on whatever's available at the scene, you can rest a little easier knowing that you've got a viable lever and glass breaker for dealing with stubborn barriers to safety and rescue.

While most impact weapons are only useful during combat, the modern day retractable baton differentiates itself by being useful in situations outside of self-defense. This is just one of the many things that make this modern incarnation of the ancient war club superior to its outdated counterparts in the world of blunt weaponry. Another is the fact that unlike when using knives or guns for defense, there is basically zero chance that you'll end up killing your opponent if you dominate him during the encounter.

Additionally, in a melee, it'll be easier to dominate because of this weapon's superior reach. If you know how to time your attacks well, having the range of an extendable baton can allow you to easily handle even the most aggressive and/or experienced street criminals.

While this end cap fits most batons, you can be sure that they'll definitely fit nicely onto SafeFamilyLife Rubber Handle Steel Batons and SafeFamilyLife Steel Batons. This means all available lengths of these batons can be tightly fitted with this type of end cap, be it 16 inches, 21 inches, or 26 inches. If you want to make sure that you'll be able to use this glass breaker end cap, make sure that your baton is from SafeFamilyLife.

Law Enforcement Baton for Self Defense

Besides being a useful tool for first responders to non-combat emergencies, you probably already have some idea of how efficient self defense using a baton can be. Law enforcement all over the world can attest to this fact. It's why these batons are classified as intermediate weapons. This means that in international law enforcement's 'use of force continuum,' batons provide police with an effective means of performing their duties without having to resort to the use of deadly force, which is the final category in the continuum.

It's a way to arm a police officer for total defense without posing a threat to the life of criminals, civilians, and police alike. Every design aspect of the weapon points towards this objective of highly effective but non-lethal self-defense. It can be swung as quick as any light dagger, which means that as a baton wielder, you can have the initiative to attack a criminal first once he gets within your weapon's range. And if you're wielding the 26-incher, your range is a generous plus 2 feet.

Even if you just have the 16-inch model, you can maintain a relatively safe distance from your attacker who may himself be wielding an effective melee weapon. This makes it possible to disarm your attacker using speed and precision. To start, you need to be able to deploy it properly and quickly.

Deployment is pretty instinctive, and you've probably seen it done more than once in action movies. Wrap your fingers around the handle, grip tightly, and jerk the baton away from you. Use your wrist to give the action some force. This is going to extend the weapon to its full length, giving you the superior reach of the modern extendable police baton.

You can even use this initial movement of deployment as a set-up to an actual attack. Deploy the weapon away from your opponent, and then pull it back, swinging towards your opponent's vulnerable body parts. As you can imagine, this is best done in almost one liquid motion, almost like you were swinging a whip. Whip the baton back to extend it and then swing it forward to potentially knock your opponent out. And that's just one of the many ways to do it.

You can also whip it downwards for deployment, and then swing it upwards or sideways for an attack that your opponent is probably not going to expect. If you know how to properly hold and swing this weapon, you can experiment with different angles of deployment and attack. The less your opponent is likely to guess your next move, the better. Besides a direct attack with the intent of incapacitation, you can also use this maneuver as a disarming attack that will leave you with the only weapon in the fight.

And when you're sure that you're safe, you can just push the edge of the baton on the ground to retract it back to a portable size that can be easily carried in a corresponding holster or waist-level shoulder bag.

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