Schrade Professionals Collapsible Baton
Schrade Professionals Collapsible Baton
Schrade Professionals Collapsible Baton
Schrade Professionals Collapsible Baton

Schrade Professionals Collapsible Baton

SKU #: Schrade-Baton
MSRP: $40.00
$9.49
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Description
LA Police Gear requires proof of active law enforcement employment for all California residents when purchasing batons.


The Schrade Tactical Expandable Baton is made of a very durable steel. They come in 4 different sizes to choose from. Each Baton comes with a nylon sheath which can be attached to your belt.

You may be worried that such an inexpensive baton would be made of inferior materials, however, we took one outside and beat a concrete trash can with it and it held up great!

SCHRADE BATONS MAY BE AGAINST THE LAW TO OWN IN SOME PARTS OF THE USA. WE DO NOT KNOW THE LAW WHERE YOU LIVE! IT IS THE PURCHASERS RESPONSIBILITY TO KNOW THE LAWS RELATING TO SCRHADE BATONS IN YOUR CITY AND STATE.

If you live in California, we require a police, military, or security guard license in order to ship this item to you.

Reviews
3.9
17 Reviews
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41% (7)
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35% (6)
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59% Recommend this product (10 of 17 responses)
By Andy M Graves
AL
February 22, 2017
Excellent baton
The Schrade baton is well made and an excellent bargain.
By David
Greenville,SC
December 14, 2016
Great value
Can't beat the price and good quality
By Joan Marine
NM
October 27, 2016
Save your money
Expanded 2 times fell apart on 3 attempt. Absolutely worthless.
By Carl
Tennessee
September 8, 2016
Great
Thanks
By Pharoah Bacon
Palmdale, California
March 16, 2016
Expandable baton
Great buy... Just as described.
By Joe
AZ
February 19, 2016
Seems to be great quality.
Grip seems good. Holder seems flimsy, but was not going to use anyway.
By Scott
Norcal
January 29, 2016
Baton
I saw some so so reviews but for the price I thought I would try it. I bought it for a secondary on my tac vest so I don't have to switch out with my ASP. This baton works great and feels like good quality. Open as closes well. Someone said they had to hammer it back in but I think they probably never had one before. A slam on the ground does the job which is normal procedure for retraction. Grip actually is better than $100 Asp. To be honest I haven't used my ASP much over the last 18 years so I think his will work just fine.
ProsSeems good quality. Heavy duty feel. Great rubber grip
ConsNone yet. Might let u know if I have to use it soon for breaking out a car window. Ha ha
By WWG
Quinlan, Texas
January 2, 2016
Decent for price.
I have the 21". It seems sturdy, but have not tested it extensively; only on soft, but firm surfaces such as boxing punching bag (more like a human body than trees, concrete, etc). Have found out it is the same unit as Fury brand and also sold unbranded by the Chinese mfg. When received, it deployed too easily, but was easily remedied by following video about adjusting retainer spring in end cap.
ProsGood product for the price; it is not an ASP, but doesn't cost near as much.
Cons1. Holster is worthless; poorly constructed, bad design - difficult to deploy quickly. Buy a different holster. 2. Shorter than advertised; when fully extended, measured 20.25 inches. 3. Not heat treated steel.
By FJP
Massachusetts
July 22, 2015
Expandable Baton Sizes
I purchased the 26 inch baton with the idea of not letting anyone with harmful intent get close to me. In close quarters combat, a 26 inch baton would be difficult to swing due to its weight and length. However, I am going to get the 16 inch baton as well. Attacks are usually quick and violent and this would stop anyone in their tracks. Of course, there is no replacing situational awareness and not letting the attack happen in the first place.
ProsBaton is heavy and will inflict damage if used properly. Practice is the key to using a baton.
ConsThe longer the baton is, the heavier it is. Harder to swing quickly but still effective, if you have time to swing it.
By Russ
Royersford PA
May 3, 2015
Pretty nice
Would buy again
ProsCompact
ConsHolster sucks
By MR
AR, USA
February 25, 2015
Great product, great price
I bought this baton as form of self defence / 'just in case' as an alternative to a baseball bat etc, to go in the car or maybe by the bed. I got the 16" (6" of grip, 10" of baton) as it is slightly more compact when closed making it easy to keep out of view in the car. It feels solid and sturdy when flicked out and stays secure. It gives a satisfying sound when flicked out that I'm sure would be enough of a deterrent. Comes with a case. Excellent price too.
ProsGreat price. Solid and sturdy. 16" is compact when closed.
ConsNo major cons that are that much of a concern. 16" isn't actually that long when fully extended (i.e. an attacker isn't that far away from you). Would be nice if the belt loop on the pouch had a popper to open and close to attach to whatever, but that's a minor flaw.
By Corey
Chesapeake, VA
December 8, 2014
For the money...
For the money it is not a bad purchase. Unfortunately my item broke about 3 days after I received it. (Keep in mind I did not strike anything with it) It simply fell apart upon the action of extending it. If you are savvy, one can fix it and modify it so that it does not break. But again for what you pay for it was not the worst thing I ever bought.
By Derek
Oregon
April 14, 2014
baton review
I realize that you get what you pay for and this was one of those situations. Bought this 26 inch baton as a cheap beginner to use and get use to in training. One day I was out shooting and I had the baton with me. I decided just to draw it and hit a sage brush. The bush had one little branch in it about 1 inch diameter. When a swung the baton at a somewhat moderate speed (not hard by any means) the branch didn't break. After this I looked at the baton and it had bent in a 20 degree angle. I would of been better off swinging a plastic bat than using this piece of junk. Do not buy if you ever plan on hitting anything other than air with it.
Prosgrip, holster
ConsExtremely hard to retract the baton. Has to be slammed straight down into a hard surface. Metal bends like a wet noodle when hitting anything solid
By Moises
Phoenixville, PA
February 22, 2014
Get what you pay for
This was a real bargain. I purchased the 16 inch and it feels solid out of the box however after having it a while there have been times when it is deployed when I draw it without any flick on my part. Gonna give it away and get an ASP.
ProsCheap
ConsCheap
By Richard
out west
August 4, 2013
Everybody should have one
Good product and good price. My son-in-law is a delivery man. He just used his baton to protect himself from a vicious dog. I keep one in both my vehicles.
Q&A
11 Questions & 15 Answers
neil
from las vegas asked:
November 16, 2016
whats the actual weight of this baton?
1 Answers
Approx 13.4oz
Customer Service
on November 16, 2016

James
from chicago, Illinois asked:
November 7, 2016
Does this product comes with the holster case?
1 Answers
Each Baton comes with a nylon sheath which can be attached to your belt.
Customer Service
on November 7, 2016

derek
from fayetteville, north carolina asked:
May 10, 2016
how big is it when retracted? can it fit in a purse? was looking at it for my wife
1 Answers
Depends on what size you are looking at. 16": Handle Length 6.5" 21": Handle Length 8.1" 24": Handle Length 9.4" 26": Handle Length 9.6
Customer Service
on May 10, 2016

Rich AUSTIN
from Mi asked:
March 14, 2016
The screen photos look like the Baton is also available in a white finish, is that correct
1 Answers
Unfortunately they only come in black. The white finish you are seeing is suppose to be the shadow from the batons
Customer Service
on March 25, 2016

Brian s.
from Rexburg, Idaho asked:
May 18, 2015
What other baton scabbards will fit the 21inch schrade baton?
1 Answers
This item will fit most baton holsters. However it does come with its own nylon holster.
Customer Service
on May 19, 2015

Emily Taylor
from AZ asked:
April 9, 2015
Is it heat treated Like the S&W? How much is shipping?
1 Answers
These specific Schrade Batons are not heat treated. You can calculate shipping charges by entering your address in the checkout screen.
Customer Service
on April 10, 2015

Michael
from Minnesota asked:
November 19, 2013
Tough to close once it's open. Any ideas?
1 Answers
in order to close these items you really have to hit the head of the item hard against something solid like the floor to collapse it back in.
Customer Service
on November 19, 2013

RICHARD BARNES
from Virginia asked:
October 12, 2013
How long is the 21' baton when not expanded?
2 Answers
The 21 Inch baton is about 8.2 inches long when closed.
Customer Service
on October 14, 2013
I have a 26" baton. This baton is 10" long when not extended.
Howard Guion
on October 15, 2013
from WSMR, NM

RICHARD BARNES
from Virginia asked:
October 12, 2013
How long is the baton when not expanded?
4 Answers
The short one is, I think, about 7 or 8 inches long when collapsed. I keep one in both my cars. I gave one to my son-in-law who is a UPS delivery man and he has used it to frighten off vicious dogs. He hasn't had to actually use it, but just displaying it has worked for him.
Richard
on October 13, 2013
from Utah
8.5 inches - comes with holster that will make it a little longer if used.
Jim
on October 13, 2013
from Albuquerque, NM
About 8 inches.
Matt
on October 13, 2013
from Seattle, WA
9.8125" (9 & 13/16ths inches) collapsed length
Victor
on October 14, 2013
from USA

lee
March 1, 2013
ARE THESE FRICTION LOCK?
1 Answers
Yes, the Schrade Batons are friction lock.
on March 1, 2013

Joe
December 18, 2012
how does it expand?
1 Answers
This baton expands with the flick of your wrist.
on December 18, 2012

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