The ASP Hinge Identifier Handcuffs provide more restricted control of subjects. The four point design of ASP Tactical Handcuffs allows them to lay flat on the belt. The rivetless exterior links are clean and strong.The color will not chip, wear or fade. The frame geometry of ASP Tactical Handcuffs is the result of extensive computer modeling and simulation analysis. The cuff structure is forged from high strength stainless steel on custom built, high speed, progressive dies. Each restraint is then overmolded with ordnance grade polymer under 75 tons of pressure. The overmolded frames of Tactical Handcuffs combine incredible strength with light weight. An optimized frame design was achieved through the use of sophisticated computerized engineering programs. Strength potential is maximized through an optimal combination of materials, frame geometry, reinforcing ribs and precision hardening. The use of ordnance grade polymer as an overmold produces a restraint with radiused edges and beveled keyways. The unique conical geometry of the design provides a cuff that can accommodate the largest wrist while at the same time being able to secure the small wrists of juveniles and women. Traditional handcuff training taught officers to position the keyhole up. In the classroom, the emphasis was on proper technique. The reality of the street focused on getting the cuffs applied. Tactical Handcuffs are designed for the real police. Keyways are on both sides of each cuff. Now the emphasis can be on safe application. Whatever way the handcuff is applied, the keyway will always be up. All ASP handcuffs compile with the NIJ Standard 0307.01.
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