Gear: 1800 S&W Waist Chain - Separated Cuffs


1800 S&W Waist Chain - Separated Cuffs

Smith & Wesson
Category: Officer Safety Products
Subcategory: Restraints
Price: $65
Average Rating:
(5 Votes)

Belly Chain by Smith & Wesson with handcuffs at the side

Member Reviews

  • C5_max30
    juleweiss83, Sat, 05 Jan 2008 15:47:38 UTC.
    1st review

    Belly chain used inside jails and arrests. Not used them myself so far but pretty unique to the US correction system. Any experience ?

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  • Lion1_max30
    taturon, Mon, 07 Jan 2008 22:08:38 UTC.

    Works great, only flaw is you have to reach around the inmate with both hands to pass the chain around. That and while dropping the cuffs, there is a chance of "ringing the bells"...know what I mean, fellas? As for as security, great. But when you cinch it tight, watch for belly bloat, kinda like a horse....

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    Anonymous, Thu, 03 Apr 2008 02:31:09 UTC.

    I dunno about this chain....the one that the local sheriffs depot is in three seperate parts, which from the looks of this chain the older one that 'we' has better. first you cuff the person with standard cuffs, then you have the chain(which is like a heavy ass monster chain), and then it is all connected with this little metal box. Even though this chain is all togeather it deffinatly has its flaws.....i like the older methods a little better. (oh BTW i didn't have the chain on me due to leagal things. it was a demo for some elementary class that i assisted with)

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  • Corrections450pwm_max30
    dixie23884, Sat, 21 Feb 2009 22:02:20 UTC.

    I really don't like this chain that much.

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    lanier38345, Sun, 11 Mar 2012 23:31:40 UTC.

    One of the best restrains for prisoners that officers puts on the prisoners.

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