Monadnock Mariner Series

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Monadnock Mariner Series
Part#: SAF 10001
Availability: 4-6 weeks
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  This item is restricted by Federal Law. Please make sure you are qualified to purchase this item.

The Classic Friction Lock Baton from Monadnock® give you confidence, comfort and choices. With a wide variety of tips, grips, finishes and sizes, you can select the baton that's right for you and your duty requirements.
  • Bright nickel finish for rust-proof use around water and moisture
  • Comfortable to carry and easily opened with a flick of the wrist
  • Morse tapers, the tight locking joints, make the baton feel solid in your hand
  • The distinct sound of the baton expanding sends a signal to the suspect that you are armed and ready
  • Pull the shaft out by the patented Power Safety Tip® to maintain the element of surprise. It provides more weight-forward kinetic energy, allowing the baton to open faster in a combat situation. Fewer strikes also mean added safety for the officer
  • The end-cap utilizes a bore guide that centers the end shaft over the retention spring, reducing the retention spring breakage that often occurs in non-Monadnock end-cap designs
  • Made in USA
  • All models have a Foam Grip, Friction Lock and Standard Tip
Restricted Item
Sales of this item are restricted to US Military and Law Enforcement only. No individual sales.  Documentation required may include an official government or employer issued identification and additional certification forms.

  Products with this identifier are controlled for export purposes under the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) (22 C.F.R. Chapter 1, Subchapter M, Parts 1201-30) and require US State Department authorization prior to export to a non-US Person.

The items may not be resold, diverted, transferred, transshipped or otherwise disposed of in any other country other than the United States, either in their original form or after being incorporated through an intermediate process into other products without the prior written approval of the US State Department.