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This is a discussion on Expandable Batons within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I carry my ASP baton almost everyday i've got 2 ASP baton the 16 inch and 21 inch baton. These batons are easy to conceal ...

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    I carry my ASP baton almost everyday i've got 2 ASP baton the 16 inch and 21 inch baton. These batons are easy to conceal and easy to open when you need it.
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    http://www.copquest.com/21-1000.htm

    I would check you'r State laws regarding the carry of batons by non law enforcment also many Cities have their own laws example "New York City" does not allow batons.

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    It really bugs me that in TN a telescoping baton is illegal for civilians. It seems especially illogical that I can be trusted to carry a handgun but not a baton.
    Tangle, telescoping batons are not illegal in TN, but you do have to be certified in order to legally carry one. I'm ASP certified. It may be difficult finding an instructor, but they're out there. Mine was a cop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oregonshooter
    For the truck nothing beats a 6 C-cell maglight. Better hitting than my 26" ASP ever thought of, and it's not a "weapon" by design.
    Sorry but I have to take issue with the mag light comments. Maybe you didnt hear about the three Phily cops (and a string of others) who are now convicted felons for using maglights as defensive/offensive weapons. There is a reason most agencies do not issue the steel lights anymore. Most issue plastic lights or the smaller ones.

    I'll back the OC and martials arts training (Brizilian Jiu-Jitsu is my recommended style) but I would never recommend anyone using a flashlight for anything less than a deadly force situation.
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