Paracord buckle with handcuff key

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    Paracord buckle with handcuff key

    I was in court the other day and I saw a notice about papracord brackets have a hidden handcuff in the buckle. Not sure if this has been posted before but anybody who uses cuffs may want to check the person is not wearing one of these.
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    There is also a notice about cufflinks that have a cuff key on the end of them too.
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    Good heads up. Thread moved to Law Enforcement etc etc....
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    Why would you want to wear that bracelet anyway.....?

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    Whoever comes up with this stuff can really endanger LEO's from BG's that plan for when they will get arrested,like that POS in Florida a few years back that shot his son,claimed it was an accident and was using a fake name,during transport the Detectives had front cuffed him and he had a cuff key on a necklace,he killed both of them with one of their guns
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    Cuff from behind and have the key hole turned away from the fingers and double locked..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard58 View Post
    Cuff from behind and have the key hole turned away from the fingers and double locked..
    And watch your prisoner for any sketchy movement,I saw one little "Angel slip his cuffs over his feet so fast I thought he was houdini,they get them around your neck and can choke you before you can do anything but hit the gas and steer for an immovable object since your wearing a seat belt and he ain't
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    If you truss them up like this they will give you little trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    If you truss them up like this they will give you little trouble.

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    Been practicing your knots again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    If you truss them up like this they will give you little trouble.

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    Me thinks she's into it 😳
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Been practicing your knots again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXxplosive View Post
    Why would you want to wear that bracelet anyway.....?
    Other than for "fashion" or apparently hiding a handcuff key ? Paracord is super strong and lightweight, so it can be 'deployed' if you need a rope. A lot of companies that sell these design them in a way that they can be unraveled fairly easily and used as a small rope and market them as as survival tool. {I'm not saying they are, or aren't a valid for survival/preparedness. Just answering you.}

    Back on topic: Not a fan of the hidden handcuff key. Next thing you know, it'll be illegal to wear a paracord bracelet! I wonder the actual usefulness of having a various length of paracord on your person could be in an SHTF situation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghettokracker71 View Post
    Other than for "fashion" or apparently hiding a handcuff key ? Paracord is super strong and lightweight, so it can be 'deployed' if you need a rope.
    Or garrote

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