Contact controls are on level two of the use of force continuum. They are physical measures taken against a perp who is not actively resisting but is unresponsive to the officer’s verbal commands and presence. The ancient art of pressure-point stimulation is often all that is needed to gain the perp’s compliance; while this can be accomplished with an empty-hand technique, having a tool makes it more effective.
Mako’s Polymer Pressure Point Restraining Tool-FCP is pocket-sized at 5.9 x 2.4 inches and weighs a mere 1.5 ounces. The tips on either end enable quick and powerful pressure point compliance, better than with a thumb or knuckle. The FCP has an ergonomic shape for maximum grip-strength and a finger loop for better retention. Made of Mil Spec–reinforced polymer composite and finished in black for a low profile, the FCP can even double as a wrench.
For more information please visit The Mako Group’s website at themakogroup.com or call 631-880-3396. (The FCP is also made by FAB Defense in Israel.)
Contact controls are on level two of the use of force continuum. They are…
by Tactical-Life / May 1, 2013