Police Trade-In PR24-AL Control Device (Aluminum Baton)
Police Trade-In PR24-AL Control Device (Aluminum Baton)
Police Trade-In PR24-AL Control Device (Aluminum Baton)
Police Trade-In PR24-AL Control Device (Aluminum Baton)
Police Trade-In PR24-AL Control Device (Aluminum Baton)

Presenting a very limited supply (seriously, get one quick if you’re interested!) straight out of law-enforcement history, the PR24-AL was invented in 1972 by Monadnock Lifetime Products. 

It was first issued to the New Hampshire State Police, soon spreading to law enforcement departments and private security officers nationwide. Widely lauded for its versatile offensive and defensive abilities, it became an essential component of late 20th-century riot officer gear, reaching widespread audiences in the infamous March 3, 1991 arrest of Rodney King. Extensive training programs capitalized on the weapon’s potential for control holds, it’s most commended feature (the titular PR intended to mean “Protect and Restraint”). Able to block attacks from the front and rear, its side handle allowing both hand-guard protection and restraint takedowns, it’s very much still a baton - fit for chops and jabs. 

Disclaimer: These Batons actually fall under ITAR and are unavailable to anyone outside of the US. Additionally, the State of California also looks down upon Baton-ownership and has made it illegal. Hence, we are unable to ship batons internationally, or to California. Please check your local laws before ordering.

Specs

  • Authentic law-enforcement surplus
  • Two pounds of black-painted metal
  • Two feet length
  • Revolutionary side handle grip

Police Trade-In PR24-AL Control Device (Aluminum Baton)

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Presenting a very limited supply (seriously, get one quick if you’re interested!) straight out of law-enforcement history, the PR24-AL was invented in 1972 by Monadnock Lifetime Products. 

It was first issued to the New Hampshire State Police, soon spreading to law enforcement departments and private security officers nationwide. Widely lauded for its versatile offensive and defensive abilities, it became an essential component of late 20th-century riot officer gear, reaching widespread audiences in the infamous March 3, 1991 arrest of Rodney King. Extensive training programs capitalized on the weapon’s potential for control holds, it’s most commended feature (the titular PR intended to mean “Protect and Restraint”). Able to block attacks from the front and rear, its side handle allowing both hand-guard protection and restraint takedowns, it’s very much still a baton - fit for chops and jabs. 

Disclaimer: These Batons actually fall under ITAR and are unavailable to anyone outside of the US. Additionally, the State of California also looks down upon Baton-ownership and has made it illegal. Hence, we are unable to ship batons internationally, or to California. Please check your local laws before ordering.

Specs

  • Authentic law-enforcement surplus
  • Two pounds of black-painted metal
  • Two feet length
  • Revolutionary side handle grip
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Perfect for reenacting the opening of Half-Life 2

As both a no-guns and a /v/-goer, the PR24-AL feels perfect. Light and free-flowing, a good fit for your police needs. Sadly it doesn't come equipped with a high-voltage stun feature on the upper end but with a bit of electrical engineering and maybe a few rolls of duck-tape, a 20-volt battery, four coils of copper wiring wrapped around four steel prongs etched into said baton, a rubberized grip and a few other modifications and you'll be well on your way to enforcing your can clean-up doctrine in any subway station near your local neighborhood.

Also works well with a well-fitted gas-mask. Be sure you order one to size and it can withstand several blows from a nearby baton.

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