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Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by Southpaw, May 15, 2019.
already got my collapsing asp
A Monodnok PR24 has a lot of advantages over a regular or folding baton IMHO. Then again one has to learn how to use it properly as with any weapon.
I have a Mean Gene Coin Purse Sap loaded with gold dollars that I could basically fill up the truck or get a meal with if need be.
On the west coast we had what we called the PRC 24 made of bowling ball material. And the ASP style, but never with a spring. Then the air force gave us 36" Walnut sticks with a short leather lanyard at one end. Stomp and drag with a big stick was effective. I have never seen a spring baton. I'm afraid using one (and following instruction) could really piss off a meth head
Now you've got me curious to know what those differences are. Are we talking materials, or something else? Visually, I can't see much difference other than that the police version tends to have a round cross section all over, while the more traditional version goes to a square cross section where the grip is attached. Also the traditional version often has the grip attached via mortise and tenon joint, secured with a short dowel.
Also, I wouldn't want a collapsible version of a tonfa-type weapon either. One of its primary uses is punching.
Does anyone KNOW FOR SURE if my EX-German Police (blackened stainless steel) "automatic wand" is legal after 01SEP19 or NOT??
(Push the button & it "shoots out" from about 5.5 inches long to about 22" long & "locks" open.)
Sorry definitely illegal. So you should sell it to me.
I thought the autumn baton was for when the weather got tacticool.
What about iron knuckles?
Only knuckle heads use iron knuckles. Unless they own a knuckle head, in which case, it's de rigueur.