The Peerless Model 703C-BLACK Black Finish Leg Iron features all steel construction, spun rivets and a black oxide finish. Peerless leg irons are made to meet or exceed the National Institute of Justice standards for workmanship, mechanical strength, tamper resistance and corrosion resistance. Machined edges minimize the risk of tissue and nerve injuries. The 15" black chain effectively limits range of motion. Lifetime warranty for manufacture defects and two keys supplied.
Weight: 15 oz.
Material/Finish: Carbon Steel/Pentrate
Minimum opening: 70 mm/2.75 inches
Minimum inside perimeter: 191 mm/7.5 inches
Maximum inside perimeter: 254 mm/10 inches
Maximum overall length: 616 mm/24.25 inches
Usually ships the same business day.
We are proud to offer free handcuff engraving on Peerless handcuffs. Engraving your name, ID, department or a combination of identifiers will undoubtably ensure your handcuffs don’t get “lost” or stolen. Handcuffs are known to walk off during prisoner transfers, booking and in multiple arrest scenarios. We will engrave your handcuffs for free. Never lose your cuffs again! Simply enter what you would like engraved on this page or in the special instructions in the checkout page. These black Peerless handcuffs engrave nicely with light letters against the black finish. Personalized handcuff orders normally ship out the same business day if the order is received before 1pm EST.
Peerless Model 703C Black Leg Irons, April 10, 2019 By Ken (Visalia, CA)
Product is spot on for the mission required.
Quality and Security, December 12, 2017 By Erik (CA)
These are high quality leg irons, with a good finish. The double locking mechanism feels very solid.
Excellent Quality/Fast Delivery, November 14, 2017 By Mark Dailey (Housoton)(Verified)
High quality just as advertised - they are Peerless, after all. Even with the etching delivery was very fast. Be advised that the personalization is done via "etching" and not "engraving". Etching is done via laser or chemical whereas engraving is done with a tool/bit and physically cut into the metal. Etching still puts a good marking in the metal - it's NOT painted - but it's slightly different from engraving.