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Kubaton Aluminum Self Defense Key-Chain Silver - Pointed

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MSRP: $11.14
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SG-KUB-SLVR-PNT1
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Kubaton ~ Aluminum Self Defense Key-Chain – Silver – Pointed

Depending on the manner held, the Kubaton keyrings can be used to deliver hammerfist strikes, pressure point attacks, hardened fist punches, or metallic flailing attacks. Grooves add increased grip.

Whether you use it as a standard keyring or for personal protection, you will walk a lot safer with the Kubaton keyring in your hand.

  • Why do these "close-quarter" defense weapons have grooves on them. 
  • 6061 Aluminum Construction
  • Effective self-defense weapon
  • Built-in keychain attachment ring
  • 5 1/2 inch length

"A Kubotan is most definitely effective as a well disguised and unassuming means of self-defense especially if you have some understanding of how it is best used to gain an edge over your attacker, bearing in mind that the protection it provides depends on the level of training and skills obtained." 

Kubaton Key-Chains are ideal close-quarter self-defense weapons.

 

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