Armament Systems and Procedures, one of the leading manufacturers of law enforcement products, has released the new Nexus T Cap to complement their line of Talon Disc Loc Batons. The Nexus T provides secure, lightweight clip-on retention of all button release Talon Batons.
Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP), one of the most respected names in law enforcement products worldwide, will introduce several new products at the upcoming IWA & OutdoorClassics 2012 show in Nuremberg, Germany March 9-12, including the market's first Micro USB rechargeable tactical and handheld LED lights.
ASP will introduce the rechargeable Triad USB flashlight, the rechargeable Sapphire USB handheld light, the P12 and P16 Batons, the Triad Tactical Light Case and the Pink Palm and Key Defenders. For more information about all of these products and to watch product videos, go to www.asp-usa.com.
The days when you needed big, bulky duty batons to adequately protect yourselves on the street are definitely over. It seems every year we're designing smaller and smaller batons that are as devastatingly effective as any baton you've ever carried.
Today at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV we introduced our two newest concealable batons, the P12 and the P16. When retracted, these two batons are both less than 7 inches (the P12 is only 5 inches), but our patented steel/aluminum design still provides the striking force of a standard duty baton. If you have a moment, read our entire press release and watch our product video.