LEO-Bat Belt Tech is here!

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    LEO-Bat Belt Tech is here!

    I always thought of this technology, but I thought it was too far fetched. I guess not! It's pricey (for the net worth), but all cool things are.

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    No thanks, I have enough stuff on my
    belt as it is.

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    I would have to see it to believe it. I don't see any reason why the "bad guy" fell on the demo.
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    Might work.
    Id like to play with it some.
    Might be OK to keep in the car, but it kindof big to be wearing on the belt.
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    Might be interesting to issue to animal control, but some BG turn on me with a knife (blade shinning in the sunlight) I aint reaching for net to pop over him hoping the air pressure is still up and hasnt leaked out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdog View Post
    I would have to see it to believe it. I don't see any reason why the "bad guy" fell on the demo.
    I was thinking the same thing.
    A tazer would be better.
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    I Could Use One...

    in my classroom...

    If the BG is already running away, why would I want to net him? Just dial 911...

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    Gotta love new stuff. Road spikes were thought of as impractical/too high liability when they first came out too.Bar fights were a common force on force encounter when I started out in the late 70's and this would not work there, but for a 1 perp standing in an empty lot would be good. On a non windy day with witnesses standing by and taking down a naked psych patient you would look like a pro. You cant do that force on naked nut job and look like a winner.
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    I would put that in my fishing kit in a heartbeat.

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    You cant do that force on naked nut job and look like a winner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lightningstrike02 View Post
    Gotta love new stuff. Road spikes were thought of as impractical/too high liability when they first came out too.Bar fights were a common force on force encounter when I started out in the late 70's and this would not work there, but for a 1 perp standing in an empty lot would be good. On a non windy day with witnesses standing by and taking down a naked psych patient you would look like a pro. You cant do that force on naked nut job and look like a winner.
    new to the site... browsing just now... I wonder, if that "naked nut job" was your mother, brother or possibly your child, would they still be a "naked nut job"?

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    Yes. Same Same. A non or less lethal weapon if available to immediately take control is better than hands on force on force,but only if you think it will work. A Tazar here , maybe NOT.Usually on naked nut jobs the immediate threat is not to others as being naked no weapon is visible. Having seen severe injuries due to vehicle traffic or other abilities to cause self inflicted damage action must be swift to minimize injuries.(And if a chain reaction accident occurs as only the first vehicle will see why evasive action is needed, then multiple injuries of uninvolved persons can occur) This is a weapons forum.Innovation I encourage, testing is what helps evaluate, discussion spreads the information.Talking about someones mother usually leads to bad things, lets stay on track.
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    Looks like it would be fun to use while chasing Daughters boyfriend thru the front yard when the lil turd drops her off 3 hrs late ............ Hope they had fun likes to push the envelope but when it comes down to he's just a lil panzy stick boy as i call him

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    why did that guy fall down? does the net have a static charge or something?

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