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Smith & Wesson M&P Lever Lock Handcuffs

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$32.20 - $34.70
SKU:
SW100-MP

Smith & Wesson Military & Police handcuffs have a revolutionary finger activated double locking mechanism. There is no need to use a handcuff key to double lock the M&P lever lock handcuff. Double locking handcuffs prevent them from being tightened or loosened without a key. To double lock these handcuffs use your finger to pull up on the double lock lever until you feel a click. Once you feel the click, these handcuffs cannot be tightened or loosened without deactivating the double lock with a handcuff key.

Smith & Wesson lever lock handcuffs are available in two finishes: Satin Nickel and Black Carbon Nitride (Melonite). The Nickel finish handcuffs are silver in color and have a dulled or cloudy surface to ensure they are non-reflective. Shiny handcuffs can cause blinding glare or give up your position in tactical situations where cover is required. Nickel plating also acts as a protective layer against corrosion. The black carbon nitride handcuffs are also non-reflective. The black finish is deep into the metal, so the will not appear scratched and scuffed after heavy use. Black M&P handcuffs are also extremely rust resistant.

Smith & Wesson Military & Police handcuffs are sold with 2 keys, a warranty card and instructions. Smith & Wesson provides a lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects.

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

  • M&p lever lock cuffs
    5

    Posted by Tevin on Jun 9th 2021

    Best cuffs on the market. I work in a prison where I am using both sets daily and they have made it so easy while maintining security practices. Counldnt be happier.

  • Great, Sturdy Cuffs
    4

    Posted by Luke on May 25th 2021

    These handcuffs are great and sturdy, they do the job well. That said, I deducted a star because the double locking level on one of the cuffs kind of catches in a weird way. Hard to describe, but it’s still fully functional.