Handcuffs and Restraints

 

Handcuffs and other physical restraints have been around for hundreds of years.  The current modern day handcuff is a direct descendant of the original adjustable ratchet handcuffs invented in 1862.  For nearly 150 years this design has been improved upon, but the baseline for modern handcuffs has remained true to this original design.

 

The main difference in handcuffs is the locking style that they use.  The most common and more secure locking mechanism is the double lock.  The double lock allows you to lock the ratchets so that the handcuff will not move once its locked.  In comparison the single lock only locks the handcuff ratchets shut, it does not prevent them from being moved.  Our most popular handcuff is the double lock police handcuffs which are a great value. 

 

We carry restraints other than handcuffs, including leg irons and thumbcuffs which can be used when additional security is required.  Leg Irons will restrict the speed of a prisoner and stop them from being able to kick.  Thumb cuffs will reduce the range of motion and decrease manual dexterity of your suspect.  

 
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