Weighing approximately 45% less than comparable steel batons, the
ASP Airweight loses only 2% of the striking potential of its heavier
counterpart. The 7075 aluminum tubing for the baton is custom fabricated
to ASP specifications. This is the same alloy that is used in the
receiver of the M16. It is extremely strong. The striking surface of the
Airweight is 4140 steel tubing. In addition to being noticeably lighter,
ASP Airweights move more rapidly than steel batons. They allow a faster
“bridge” between strikes.
Only 2% loss of striking potential
Faster “bridge” between strikes
Electroless Nickel shafts
No other firm produces a lightweight expandable baton with the
compactness, strength and striking potential of the ASP Airweight.
Constructed of 7075 aircraft grade aluminum the, F16A offers up to 40%
reduction in weight while retaining 98% of the traditional ASP Baton
striking potential. Patented foam vinyl grip provides increased