S&W CUff Model-1 Thoughts

S&W CUff Model-1 Thoughts

This is a discussion on S&W CUff Model-1 Thoughts within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I already have a set of SW hinged M300 I use on duty but I was looking at the universal cuffs for SW hinged and ...

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    S&W CUff Model-1 Thoughts

    I already have a set of SW hinged M300 I use on duty but I was looking at the universal cuffs for SW hinged and I was wondering what the thoughts on them are.
    I have two questions. - Are they secure enough to be used on a woman with small wrists and the different techniques used but for this and other ways of applying cuffs to subjects
    I would request the different techniqes be discussed in PM for security reasons.
    But I will let others know which ones I choose and how they hold up
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    I use the 100's often is lower risk situations. They are less secure than the hinged, and there is a few ways to break free from them. However, I've never had anybody try and it is difficult to do. They do secure a smaller person just fine.

    All that aside, doesnt your department provide training in the techniques you are asking about here? Thats a huge mistake if they are not, but good for you for seeking the information out on your own. I am assuming you are an MP or more likely trying to become an MP. They will teach you everything you need to know at Ft. LW.

    I will not teach handcuffing over the internet for a few reasons. 1st, I have no idea who you are and 2nd, its a physically involved process, I think it would be unwise to even attempt to explain through typed word.
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    I am a LEO already and i have a technique I use but the thing im talking about is do i use the same technique with the model-1 and the pic is for the air force security forces not army.. But other than that it is all understandable
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    Guess it would depend on the way you were trained to cuff. I was taught to cuff using 1 method only for hinged or chain linked cuffs.
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    I have one method I use for chain and bout two different ones for hinged but most of the time I use the one for chain for hinged
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    Basics are the same, you just have to pay attention to the way you put them away, so the come out of the case the same everytime.
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    I put them away the same way but not all the time because of where the case sits on the duty belt. I understand I need to just remember the basics. Thanks for all your guy's help
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    Do they dictate where you put the case on your belt? If not, move them towards the front, near the buckle. Thats the easiest way for me.
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    I normally carry my pager and mags near there and its easier for me to grab from the back out of habit
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