Talon Infinity – New ASP Baton

Armament Systems and Procedures, maker of among other things my favorite EDC light, the Tungsten, has released their latest baton system. The Talon Infinity is an evolution on their popular Talon line that targeted one thing above all else, low maintenance durability? The upgraded coating on the Infinity has been formulated to resist dirt, binding, and stoppage problems and simplify maintenance to a minimal wipe down to clear debris on occasion.


People don’t clean their gear. Just a fact. Solution – Baton that doesn’t need it. Even as it sits in a dirt and debris filled environment, the outside world while riding in on a belt, it won’t resent the wearer from neglecting it among all the other equipment that also needs care. The only maintenance the Infinity should ever need is a section swap if it gets creased in use.

Appleton, WI, September 10, 2019 Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP), a leading provider of law enforcement products and training, has introduced what it calls “the next major advance in tactical batons,” with the launch of the new Talon Infinity expandable baton. The new impact weapon features a patent-pending design with fewer moving parts than previous push-button release batons, smoother extension and retraction, and friction-reducing materials and construction that reduce or eliminate the need for supplemental lubrication. The “Infinity” designation represents the long-term durability and reliability of the new baton, which ASP is backing with an unconditional, no-questions-asked lifetime guarantee that it says is unprecedented in the industry.

ASP founder and CEO Kevin Parsons says that the Talon Infinity has been in development for over a year. “We’ve produced literally hundreds of prototypes, testing different materials, components and tolerances, and we’re thrilled with the results,” he says. “Most importantly, the feedback we’ve received from officers—many of them also defensive tactics instructors—is that this is the smoothest, most precise baton they’ve ever used.” Parsons says that the testing and user reviews gave the company so much confidence in the design, quality and durability of the baton that it decided to offer an unprecedented warranty, covering the product for any reason—even misuse—forever. The company reports that distributor and agency demand has been immediate and significant, with orders and pending orders for many thousands of Talon Infinities.

Talon Infinity Batons are launching in three sizes (40, 50 and 60 cm extended lengths), in either black chromed 4140 steel, electroless nickel plated steel or Airweight 7075 T6 aluminum. Grip options include foamed vinyl and an all-new new Vector™ molded grip. For more information or to find an ASP Distributor, visit www.asp-usa.com

About ASP: “Protecting Those Who Protect”

ASP is a leading manufacturer and supplier of Batons, Restraints, LED Lighting, OC and Training products to the law enforcement industry. The company has stood for innovative designs, flawless function and an unmatched standard of service since Kevin Parsons, PhD, founded the company in 1976. ASP holds more than 150 product patents and provides almost $2 million in free training each year to law enforcement professionals. ASP is ISO 9001:2015 certified, ANSI FL1 compliant and is a founding member of the Portable Lights American Trade Organization (PLATO). All products are designed in the United States.

Keith Finch
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