Safariland 8132 Rigid Handcuffs Steel Nickel Finish

Product #: 614911 Safariland #: 8132-1-31 UPC #: 781607139453
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The Safariland model 8132 Rigid Handcuffs add power and control to your arsenal that can only come from a solid bar rigid design. The Safariland Handcuffs offer unique security features that provide an extra measure of confidence, such as 3 independent retaining bars with 6 teeth on each making the Handcuffs extremely difficult to pick, while also providing increased strength as the shackles engages. The Safariland handcuffs also offer a back-loading feature for faster cuff application, an open cuff can be snapped back into place with a quick motion of the wrist and then reapplied without having to released the offenders hand. Other features included: a leaf spring instead of a coil spring (like most standard handcuffs) in the double lock mechanism used to foil a suspect's attempt to overcome the handcuff's double lock mechanism, and True Swing Technology which ensures the swing arm is balanced and centered so it locks into the center of the shackle every time.

Technical Information
  • Chain, Hinged, or Rigid: Rigid
  • Material: Steel, Polymer
  • Keyed: Universal
  • Color: Nickel
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