Discussion in 'Police Duty Gear For Sale / Wanted' started by Peacekeeper Sales, Apr 26, 2016.
What's YOUR Plan-B when other options fail or are ineffective?
Shameless shelf promotion. ;-) The only time I use my asp is to knock on doors at this point. The mag light gets the dirty work if need be. Bring back the PR-24!
heavy galvanized pipe is where we should be at!
2nd. The Maglite. Always a good tool
Making an Effective, Durable, Dependable and cost effective Less Lethal option is worth promoting.
This is the Peacekeeper Baton, NOT AN ASP. The Peacekeeper Baton is effective.
After a 10 month NIJ funded study, The Peacekeeper Baton outperformed all other impact weapons. Including straight stick, side handle, PR-24 and other expandables.
Unlike other expandables which have been moved to the back of the belt or removed altogether, we are starting to see a new trend where officers are pulling out the Peacekeeper Baton FIRST to minimize any escalation. The Peacekeeper Baton gives you the effectiveness of a straight stick with the convenience of an expandable baton.
The weight is distributed in the distal half (striking area) of the baton instead of in the handle. Redistributed weight design gives all officers greater authority and confidence; and more officer safety in a confrontation. It also requires less energy to achieve higher impact.
The Peacekeeper baton has a patented Joint Lock design which is the largest friction lock of any other expandable baton which reduces inadvertent collapsing. Combined with the larger tip, you have the ability to strike or jab with the baton without it collapsing in the middle of an altercation. (See Jabbing Demo video)
We use high quality, 3/4″ “machined” steel that will not bend like other batons. Which provides unsurpassed Durability – Life Time Warranty (See Durability video)
The Peacekeeper Baton has a larger flat end cap made from hardened steel which gives officers the ability to expand the baton by pulling on the tip of the baton. The ability to do so is ideal in confined space where OC Sprays may not be indicated for use, i.e. Subways, Residential, Commercial or Industrial environments. It creates a great defensive move and is ideal for close quarters tactics. Allows for jabbing techniques without impalement. Minimizes “burring. Reduces laceration liability thus reducing the chance of dealing with blood borne pathogens. Reduces damage to training equipment.
It has an 1 1/4" Handle & High-Friction Rubber Grip which provides sufficient gripping surface area to better retain your baton.
See for yourself, contact us to arrange a NO COST Test & Evaluation for your agency. Compare it to your current impact weapon and let us know what you think.
I can certainly say this may be an improvement, but in the end, it's still a metal baton.
This is the Peacekeeper Baton, NOT AN ASP. The Peacekeeper Baton is effective. = sales jargon
After a 10 month NIJ funded study, The Peacekeeper Baton outperformed all other impact weapons. = how?
the effectiveness of a straight stick with the convenience of an expandable baton. =like an ASP ?
We use high quality, 3/4″ “machined” steel that will not bend like other batons = vs. 'hand formed" pot metal ?
Allows for jabbing techniques without impalement. = ASP-related impalements have been increasing lately!
Redistributed weight design gives all officers greater authority and confidence = by authority do they mean legal, or more like command presence? and confidence meaning better posture?
Peacekeeper Sales; Welcome to Masscops, where there is a bit of training, experience, and opinion seasoned with a dash of skepticism and sarcasm. Good luck!
Great tool...Very effective, much more than the ASP.
Rebar is a good alternative. It can often be found lying around at construction sites and railroad yards free for the taking
It's also heavy as fuck but I could weld a handle onto it for you. Personally I use my rebar for taking rust off other metals.
A healthy dose of skepticism and sarcasm are always welcomed, and they are indicative of a healthy mind.
I am not just a guy looking to sell a product. I am originally from the North Shore. Lynn/Swampscott to be exact. I relocated to California around 10 years ago.
I believe in the Peacekeeper Baton. When I go to conventions, conferences and trade shows nationwide, I hear officer after officer tell me about how much they love their Peacekeeper and how safer they feel carrying it compared to what they used to carry. How, when they've had to use it, it was effective, and how, based on sight and sound alone upon brandishing it causes subjects to submit.
One thing I noticed, is that not too many New England LEOs seem to know about our baton. I have many friends and family who still reside in Massachusetts, and I would feel better knowing that their law enforcement officials have the best equipment available to protect them. And, I sincerely believe that the Peacekeeper Baton is THE best impact weapon available.
I will address your questions point by point.
I strongly recommend you watch the video in the link. It demonstrates how the baton is different from other expandable batons infinitely better than I can describe it.
This is the Peacekeeper Baton, NOT AN ASP. The Peacekeeper Baton is effective.
After a 10 month NIJ funded study, The Peacekeeper Baton outperformed all other impact weapons.
Here is a link to the 10 Month NIJ funded study which determined that the Peacekeeper Baton's "performance exceeded those of straight and expandable batons."
the effectiveness of a straight stick with the convenience of an expandable baton.
I will refer you here to watch this short video that will show you the features and benefits of the Peacekeeper Baton.
We use high quality, 3/4″ “machined” steel that will not bend like other batons
This is addressed in the "FEATURES AND BENEFITS VIDEO" above. The Peacekeeper Baton is Proudly Made in the USA with Hardened American 4130 steel. Machining the steel allows for consistent tube wall density, especially at the joints. Other Expandable batons heat and stretch the metal at the friction lock joint. When you stretch metal, it weakens. So, the part that needs to be the strongest, is the weakest.
Allows for jabbing techniques without impalement.
Patented, larger friction locks and a broad flat tip will not collapse or perforate.
Redistributed weight design gives all officers greater authority and confidence
More command presence and confidence knowing their Peacekeeper Baton is effective.
If there is any more information I can provide, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you for welcoming me. I welcome skepticism and sarcasm. They are signs of a healthy mind!
I previously answered your questions. However, I think it was taken down. So, I will attempt to answer them again.
First, I not here to sell you a product. I am originally from the North Shore. Lynn/Swampscott to be exact. I moved to California about 10 years ago. I have been with this company for the past year, and I've been to many trade shows, conventions and conferences since I've been here.
I have not been to one event where I didn't encounter at least one officer who said that due to the effectiveness of the Peacekeeper Baton, their life, fellow officer's life, or the life of the perp was saved. It either de-escalated a situation when brandished, or provided effective strikes to gain compliance quickly. Without it, they would have had to use lethal force.
I also noticed that not too many Massachusetts or New England law enforcement agencies are familiar with the baton. I still have family and friends in Mass. and the New England area. I want to raise awareness of the baton because I feel better knowing that they are safe when the Peace Officers in their city have the best available equipment. And, I believe that the Peacekeeper Baton is the most effective impact weapon there is.
Here is a link to the 10 Month NIJ study which shows that the Peacekeeper Baton's "Performance exceeded those of straight and expandable batons."
Here is a link to the Features and Benefits video that will address most of your other questions.
The Peacekeeper Baton is PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA of HARDENED 4130 AMERICAN STEEL.
And, by authority, I meant Command Presence and the confidence of knowing you have a reliable, effective Less Lethal Option.
Not here to sell a product, but raise awareness?
I doubt that.
Ah HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!!
Do I have a product to sell? Yes.
Am I attempting to sell it here? No.
I have and will offer nothing more than information and no cost test and evaluations to law enforcement agencies.
After comparing it to their current impact weapon systems, I don't have to sell it. Officers and departments buy them.
So yes, I'm not here to sell.
Send me one and a holder for my duty belt and I'll try it. You can pm me for my contact info
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The PR-24 is all I carry and have been doing so for over 27 years now. It works just fine if you know how to use it.
I knew there was a reason I looked up to you Bro! I carried only a PR-24 alone at the VA Police from 1989 to 1994. Nothing since has compared...............BTW, you probably should start carrying a sidearm too though, pretty sure your agency allows it......BWAH HA HA HA HA
The PR-24 is a fantastic tool. However, as you said, the key is knowing how to use it. Not everyone has the time, resources or dedication to learn how to use it properly or to continue training.
I WISH We'd go back back to the old wooden stick. You only had to hit the bad guy once or twice...(maybe 5 or 6 if he was really bad), but a leg strike sent them RIGHT to the ground, and an upper body shot usually took the fight out of all but the hardest. And if utilizing the old Lamb method, a pop in the noggin while trying to hit the collar bone LOL, left the bad guy wearing a turban, a la ISIS, so nowadays the libs can't complain
Every LAPD officer is issued a PR-24. Officers for the last 20 years or so also have an ASP. We're required to carry one of the two and the PR-24 for all crowd control situations.
TJ Hooker got pretty good with it too! I know it's a TV show but if you watch him with it, he really learned how to use it well.
I plan on having mine bronzed when I retire!
Or make it a giant key fob.
Bring back the Lamb method !
Tried-and-true method ! None of this green, red, blue, yellow crap
I never heard of the lamb method until I read it on this post. I asked a coworker (who's been on the job for thirty-something years) and his face lit up. He gave me some basics on how he was trained and wishing he still had the green instruction booklet. He said it was a very useful tool! He ended up bringing his Lamb wooden baton to show me. I can definitely see how it was useful.
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