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Steel Batons

Steel Expandable Batons For Self Defense Purposes A steel baton or expandable baton is a great way to protect yourself. They aren't big and you can carry them in a case or purse, since they are very small and company. With a simple flick of your wrist and a good smack, a baton can scare away would be attackers, and best of all, batons are not just designed for those in law enforcement. Anyone who needs protection can buy a steel baton or expandable baton. Although anyone can use a baton, it's important to note that they are not toys and before you go out and purchase one, there are a few things you will want to know about them. For starters, they are available in various sizes, and they can extend from 12 to 17 inches or more, while retracted they are around 5 or 7 inches long. The key is to get one that is easy to hold and one that is comfortable for you to hold. Other things you need to be aware of is that you want a steel baton that you can afford, but generally speaking you can find steel batons that sell for $12 to $20, sometimes a bit less or a bit more. The price of the baton depends on the make and model of it, but make sure you check local laws regarding batons because some regions have restrictions about carrying them, so you want to be up to date with laws. There are a handful of states that have restrictions placed on batons, so make sure you check your local and state laws. Also, when you obtain a baton or steel baton, it doesn't mean you are a professional or anything like that, and you need to know how to properly use it because if you don't, then an attacker will be able to take it away from you and use it on you. Take time to practice with the baton and get a good feel for how it works and how to expand it quickly and how to maintain a firm and proper grip with it. The more you practice with the baton, the better off you will be. First, you want to practice getting the device out, regardless if you carry it in a purse or case, and make sure the baton is somewhere where you can access it with ease, using your right or left hand. You want to get used to flicking the baton open and gripping it in a firm way, but make sure you don't grab onto it too tightly because you might have a hard time using it. Also, feel free to place a practice dummy in front of you, so you can practice using the baton, but use it on a dummy that won't get damaged or ruined when you hit it. There are courses you can take. These courses will teach you how to use your baton for personal use. Feel free to contact local authorities in your area and ask if they know of any classes that are being offered to those who want to know how to use a steel baton.

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