APPLETON, Wis. -(Ammoland.com)- Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) is rolling out several new additions to its Handcuff and Expandable Baton lines at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas, January 23-26.
Among the featured introductions are:
Identifier Ultra Cuffs and Training Ultra Cuffs: The company is adding color-coded handcuffs, along with quick-release training versions to its popular Ultra Cuff series. The Ultra Cuff's exclusive, forged construction provides increased strength, enhanced precision and faster application, yet at a dramatically-reduced weight.
MSRP starting at $59
Rigid Ultra Cuffs: Also joining the Ultra Cuff collection is a new Rigid Cuff. This unibody style of restraint is favored by an increasing number of international law enforcement agencies, corrections bureaus, and others for whom maximum security and subject control is a priority.
Steel Agent Batons: Concealable, lightweight batons are popular among undercover officers, detectives, plain clothes security and others who need a discreet but effective less-lethal weapon. ASP developed these new steel models at the request of a major national law enforcement agency that wanted a heavier, harder-hitting baton while maintaining the compact, pocketable form factor.
MSRP starting at $125.50
ASP Vice President of Marketing, Michael Hess, says that the company is introducing close to fifty new products in all at the SHOT Show.
“We know that people come to SHOT to see what's new,” says Hess, “and with expansion in all of our major product categories, we're excited that we have so much to show them.”
All of the new products will be on display at ASP's booth, 11971, and all are either shipping now or expected to ship soon after the show.
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