Gear: Monadnock PR24XTS


Monadnock PR24XTS

Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Personal Protection
Price: $94.95
Average Rating:
(54 Votes)

Postive-lock, expandable, side-handle batons are specifically designed for close-quarter confrontations. Available in 3 choices: the Expandable Control Device, the Expandable PR-24® and the Rigid PR-24® . These batons are excellent in defensive techniques. They also give you control of a subject without excessive use of force.

Member Reviews

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    ptl310, Fri, 27 Apr 2007 07:54:43 UTC.
    1st review

    WIth the proper training this can be a very useful product for the patrolman or deputy who may find themselvs in a close quarters or riot encounter.

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    DCTracker, Sun, 12 Aug 2007 19:40:49 UTC.

    Definately my choice of baton.

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    MidMOCo, Sun, 16 Sep 2007 05:05:30 UTC.

    I agree that it is too bulky to carry on your person but, in our state prisons... this is a handy little tool when putting together an extraction team. Usually the sound of 5 pairs of boots marching in time together is intimidating enough to disengage a situation.

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    LAR, Fri, 28 Sep 2007 23:26:14 UTC.

    Great for close quarter battle and defensive techniques.

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    bhavax, Sat, 29 Sep 2007 03:30:40 UTC.

    this is one of the best baton ever made that what i think

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    JIMROC, Tue, 02 Oct 2007 23:05:32 UTC.

    Carried this modle for may years. Fast to draw and expands with ease. Excellent striking weapon.

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    maderanthony, Sun, 14 Oct 2007 16:38:50 UTC.


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    Delta5, Mon, 22 Oct 2007 18:49:18 UTC.

    Hey, this thing is very good for snaping on a subject. The very effect of the lock sounding off is enough to back up a crowd and giving you the needed space to defend and /or parry an attack or defuse even a situation.

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    Srialkiller02, Tue, 20 Nov 2007 00:48:46 UTC.

    these things come in very handy for close combat or just to detain someone without getting your own arm tangled up with someone else.

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    dm1208, Tue, 29 Jan 2008 03:00:39 UTC.

    Wish I could carry this thing its the greatest

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    retiredcopinga, Thu, 31 Jan 2008 15:09:15 UTC.

    Best there was when I was on active duty

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    blueline1032, Tue, 04 Mar 2008 18:01:30 UTC.

    I use this as a backup to my expandable straight ASP. It definitely comes in handy, especially when someone needs to be extracted involuntarily from a vehicle ;)

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    CSPD06, Wed, 05 Mar 2008 02:34:02 UTC.

    The ASP just does not have the same sound you make contact.

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    wdawson, Wed, 19 Mar 2008 20:11:34 UTC.

    Have not used any type of PR-24 since USMC. Back then they did not collapse. The PR-24 has more uses then they ASP. I highly recommend this.

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    aaa111, Sun, 23 Mar 2008 13:09:04 UTC.

    never was much on one of these. asp is much better

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    MPFerrigno, Sat, 29 Mar 2008 11:05:23 UTC.

    I gotta say I like the ASP much better. This baton even colapsed is WAY too big an bulky taking up as much space on your duty belt as your piston.

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    LawdawgTRAV, Tue, 01 Apr 2008 20:10:06 UTC.

    I like this, it has the PR-24 ability, and the expanable baton "shotgun" effect.

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    Anonymous, Mon, 21 Apr 2008 04:18:33 UTC.

    My Expandable Baton + my PR-24 in one weapon - Awesome!!

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    chevystylin, Mon, 28 Apr 2008 06:27:50 UTC.

    these things a awsome to have in fight without a gun

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    PPitts, Mon, 28 Apr 2008 19:54:58 UTC.

    Where do I begin? What a piece of junk! I would never recommend or allow any of my officers to use this thing. One, it's a side handle baton (PR24 for all the Monadnock folks) which, was proven to be a very ineffective striking tool with the Rodney King incident! Its handle is its weakest point, which energy will always find (hint, study energy and how it will always find the weak point or the path of least resistance). Two, its hollow if you get the expandable model....again learn how energy works! What has more resistance, a leg with fat, muscle, ligiments, and dense bone or a hollow tube? The path of least resistance is the hollow tube. I am certified to teach every impact weapon out there, including the ASP! I will never teach a class on this product because it is designed to fail! I am sure that in 1974, when Lon Anderson turned the Okinawa Tonfa into a side handle baton and Monadnock bought the rights, it was the best at the time. But nothing bets a good ole SOLID straight stick!

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    cspdky913, Tue, 29 Apr 2008 21:17:31 UTC.

    Does great in my divider in my passenger seat as a hat holder. Since the Taser is out and about I have less arm bars and limb restraints to apply with my ol "PR"

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    N9ZBE, Wed, 28 May 2008 22:30:09 UTC.

    Mall Security still uses this product. Great extension of my arm.

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    TexasGurl31B, Tue, 03 Jun 2008 16:04:06 UTC.

    I trained on one of these at Ft Leonardwood. It's easy to use and a big help!

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    Wolvarine, Tue, 01 Jul 2008 03:47:34 UTC.

    Excellent Striking Weapon!

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    websteral, Sat, 12 Jul 2008 17:59:05 UTC.

    Current issue for Military Police. With training it's very effective, but it's still pretty bulky to carry around. I prefer the straight stick friction baton like the ASP.

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    aztrooper, Mon, 21 Jul 2008 16:02:20 UTC.

    Works like a charm, only wish it wasn't bulky

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    Hoffa_45, Wed, 06 Aug 2008 02:11:26 UTC.

    Just trained with the PR24XTS. Can do a lot of things, but it won't have my full trust until post combat situation. I will repost at this time with an after action report.

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    splash43, Mon, 08 Sep 2008 12:56:21 UTC.

    Overall good product but wish it wasn't so bulky.

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    fiveo38343, Sun, 28 Sep 2008 23:02:16 UTC.

    Easy to handle.

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    Anonymous, Tue, 30 Sep 2008 10:01:59 UTC.

    Ok as a scare the sh*t outa somebody weapon. But, I'd rather have an ASP or some other type of expandable baton.

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    Anonymous, Fri, 10 Oct 2008 01:06:18 UTC.

    good equipment

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    constable43, Tue, 14 Oct 2008 22:20:55 UTC.

    Im a short cop 5' 6", I have a black belt in Tae Kwom Do. that is where the pr 24 came from and other arts. I have never had one but im looking.

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    Anonymous, Wed, 31 Dec 2008 23:13:12 UTC.


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    vlouie, Tue, 13 Jan 2009 17:32:11 UTC.

    A very good baton. With proper training this is a very effective baton.

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    amrote, Wed, 21 Jan 2009 20:44:19 UTC.

    Good baton, but is big and bulky. We use this on duty and the majority of the locks that are taught are not practical in the "real world."

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    Keithgrogg, Wed, 04 Feb 2009 19:03:37 UTC.

    The XTS is pretty good, but I preferred the FX model. The XTS has a polycarbonate shaft, where the FX was aluminum. The sound of the shaft expanding was normally enough to get people to move back, but when utilized, I've never had to hit anyone more than once before they decided to comply!

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    barryedaniel, Fri, 13 Feb 2009 00:53:15 UTC.

    I think that this product is a very good excellent in difensive techniques . And like to use this without excessive use of force to control a subject . This product is a good thing to have on your side we it come close quarter confrontations .

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    zjmazey, Mon, 02 Mar 2009 21:14:04 UTC.

    I have a soft spot in my heart for this baton because it is what I learned baton tactics with in the Corps. I think that it most definitely rates high on the pucker factor. I also like the way it handles. I think it is more versatile and effect than a straight baton. Its only downside is that is it bulky, which makes it a pain to carry around.

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    IAMDALAW, Wed, 11 Mar 2009 20:28:45 UTC.

    This is not a weapon or a defense tool, it is a waste of space on my belt. Not only is it hollow and has no weight to it, it always extends in its holster unwanted (especially when running) and hits you in the leg. This waste of rubber, plastic and aluminum is issued in my department and unless you are a Martial Artist like myself...this tool has no use for the average Officer. There is no way to fix the extending problem and no way to tighten or loosen it. It also takes up a large amount of space on the belt and is "designed" to be a cross draw weapon...but if you wear a vest and have more than just a gun and cuffs, then it only gets in the way. All the other Officer's just take it of and leave it in the car, just to say they had it when the checked 10-42. WASTE OF MONEY AND SPACE ON YOUR BELT.

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    Anonymous, Sat, 14 Mar 2009 13:33:29 UTC.

    I love this baton. It is awesome during crowd control situaions.

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    FRLEO2426, Thu, 09 Apr 2009 16:08:30 UTC.

    Recently switched to this from my ASP federal 21" baton and I could not be happier. It is great for crowd control situations and me being a smaller guy it is pretty intimidating. Have to give it 4 stars.

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    jasonrose, Mon, 13 Jul 2009 13:34:47 UTC.

    dont like it rather have an ASP.

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    usamp1212, Fri, 07 Aug 2009 12:20:49 UTC.

    not a bad item for new user's but i would rather keep my ASP .

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    shaun741, Wed, 19 Aug 2009 22:22:48 UTC.

    Having used both the PR24 and the ASP, I much prefer this one. The ASP is great if you want to hit someone, but falls down badly if you have to defend yourself. I accept what everyone says about it being bulky but would put up with that any day. There is some variance in between the models, the solid insert ones are by far the best and rapidly encourage people to comply

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    OS441, Mon, 21 Sep 2009 13:47:06 UTC.

    Intimidation factor is definately there. There are more uses for Patrol with the PR-24 than with the Asp.

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    Forrest108, Thu, 08 Oct 2009 21:12:08 UTC.

    great tool

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    Harmon605, Mon, 28 Dec 2009 11:27:37 UTC.

    Like many before me have said; with just a few hours more training, this baton/control device can be far more effective at suspect control than a baton alone. Combined with the defensive capabilities of this device, its all I'll ever carry, if given a choice.

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    gswint, Tue, 19 Jan 2010 16:39:56 UTC.

    This is another weapon I refuse to work withuot. Hands down, the best self defense weapon in my gear.

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    Anonymous, Sun, 24 Jan 2010 03:04:21 UTC.

    self defence , choice for CSP

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    josmoren, Thu, 04 Feb 2010 03:28:54 UTC.

    Just started training with this. I'm loving it.

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    realspecialagent, Sat, 29 May 2010 20:00:08 UTC.

    I carried this on patrol. It was far better at reducing arguments in the field, without even drawing it. The asps usually have to be deployed for the same effect.

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    rickhuck9964, Mon, 27 Dec 2010 07:23:30 UTC.

    I carried one for 10 years. It is a great baton.

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    Roblewis, Fri, 01 Apr 2011 02:24:57 UTC.

    I carried one for several years. It was good piece of gear.

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    Bucky72, Tue, 10 Dec 2013 22:13:11 UTC.

    I used to carry this almost my entire career. I am retired now. It cleared a room well, I used one in two riots. Just can not beat it, if trained right.

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