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Smith & Wesson 350103 Model 100 Handcuff, Standard, Nickel
These classic design nickel handcuffs can be used for professional use. They really work! They are a quality restraining product. Could also be used as a novelty item. As Export Restrictions May Apply, Please Contact Us For Details. (Sorry no APO"s, FPO's or Exports)
Classic design professional handcuffs
They are a quality restraining product
Could also be used as a novelty item
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32 of 35 found the following review helpful:
Not the best handcuff, but solidOct 20, 2010
By M. Sullivan
I collect handcuffs to study and analyze their differences. The Smith and Wesson Model 100 is a solid handcuff. (I believe that they're available for cheaper elsewhere). They are at the cheaper end of the market, so bear that in mind.
My primary concern for these cuffs is the double-locking feature. Smith and Wesson sometimes uses the odd double-locking bar, which is used by sliding the reverse side of a standard cuff key into the face of the handcuff and sliding it. I do not like this feature. It requires too much attention, as opposed to the push-button variety, which is standard on Peerless cuffs, Hiatt-Thompson, or even the ultra-cheap Chicago cuffs. (In fact, Smith and Wesson offer the Model 100a with the push-button double-locking feature, but I believe it's cheaper not to do so. Other S&W models also feature the push-button.)
In short, if you're handcuffing a willing subject, these cuffs will do nicely. If you're nervous or the subject is a cause for concern, you might want to avoid devoting the attention needed to operate the S&W style double-lock feature. (For some reason, ASP also uses this feature).
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
S&W HandcuffsSep 13, 2011
These cuffs are an excellent buy for the listed price. Much better than most local retail outlets. A great buy!
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
As expectedJul 11, 2010
By Brian T. Baer
These are sturdy, and they double lock. Just as described, a good pair of cuffs.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
OutstandingFeb 26, 2013
By J. B. Barbour
The same as far as my other duty gear without all the letter heads when buying from a Law Enforcement store
4 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Good, strong handcuffNov 10, 2009
By Jin Chong
this handcuff is pretty good. well you may ask how good is considering good. I'm 160 Ib 5'91/2 male and i don't think i will be able to break it by pulling them apart. it made of carbon steel. It has a double lock function which most good handcuffs do. the double lock can prevent the person to pick the lock or lock them too tight. you can't even unlock this handcuff with key with the douple lock it on. you have to unlock the double locck fist with the key by turning to the opposite side all the way then unlock the cuffs normally.
so over all I would rate it pretty good.
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