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ASP Introduces Ultra Cuff

New Ultra Cuff Restraints Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of law enforcement products, has unveiled the new Ultra Cuff, the first forged rigid frame restraint. The Ultra Cuff incorporates all of the innovative advances in handcuff design that ASP pioneered, including an interchangeable lockset, conical bows and double sided keyways. Added to these revolutionary design elements is a frame forged from 7075 T6 ordnance grade aluminum and permanently joined by 4140 heat-treated spiral locking pins. The steel model of the Ultra Cuff weighs only 9 ounces while the aluminum is just 7 ounces. Both...

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ASP Introduces Triad XT

New Triad XT Flashlights Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of law enforcement products, has unveiled its new multi-purpose Triad XT flashlight. The key feature of the Triad XT is the ASP sequential light output switch. The switch allows an officer to quickly change from high output mode (530 lumens) to low output mode (60 lumens). The switch is easily accessible yet hidden brilliantly beneath the XT’s adjustable O-ring sealed protection bezel. “The benefit of the XT’s sequential light output switch is to be able to set the light for a specific activity,” said ASP...

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ASP Introduces the New Integrated Training Program

New Integrated Training Program With critical input from certified trainers at major law enforcement agencies around the world, Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP), one of the leading manufacturers of law enforcement products, has developed a first of its kind training course that integrates batons, restraints and flashlights. ASP’s new Integrated Training Program is a three day ASP Instructor Certification course that builds on the company’s well known, world renowned baton and handcuff training by adding lights to the curriculum. The new program now provides a unified, holistic system of instruction for police officers on how to transition between these three...

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