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ASP Steel Rigid Handcuffs
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LINEAR AND LATERAL RIGIDITY ASP Rigid Handcuffs may be used to control the most resistive subject. Their extension lock design provides a secure structure that allows an officer to stabilize without impact. The folding mechanism of the Rigid cuff permits the restraint to be easily carried, then automatically lock open to form a solid restraint. The Rigid configuration offers the most restrictive handcuff structure in the ASP Series. It removes both lateral and linear mobility. For this reason, Rigid cuffs are ideal for courtroom or airline restraint.
RIGID HANDCUFF SERIES ASP Rigid Handcuffs feature a locking bridge in the center of an ergonomic palm swell. Orientation disks confirm proper positioning. Raised for right-hand officers, lowered for left. The recessed finger track and contoured hand guard maintain a clear path to the bow guides. As with all ASP Handcuffs, the Rigid design incorporates a one piece unitized stainless steel frame. Cuffs are overmolded with high strength polymer. They have dual keyways and a high visibility double lock indicator.
The high contact conical bows have radiused edges. This design increases the range of adjustment for both large and small wrists. The lock action is extremely smooth, yet positive. Both double and single locks are released by turning the key in a single direction toward the bow. Flex Frame Technology reduces injury potential from excessive lateral stress. Thin. Lightweight. ASP Rigid Handcuffs. Providing officers with a new hold on control.
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