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LEARN TO USE THIS EXCITING AND LEGAL SELF-DEFENSE TOOL! THE ULTIMATE SELF-DEFENSE OPTION!
WHAT IS A KEY-BATON?
The Key-Baton, sometimes referred to as a Kubotan, pocket-stick, or self-defense keychain, is currently the most common self-defense tool used in the United States today. Undoubtedly, the most popular and versatile personal defense option, it is carried by thousands of people, including men, women, students, law enforcement, martial artists, and non-martial artists alike.
The Key-Baton is:
- Easy to use
- Functional (it’s a KEYCHAIN!)
- Legal to carry
- Rugged and durable
- Inexpensive, and
- Harmless to children!
The Key-Baton is not a weapon, but rather a tool. It is a cylindrical key chain that is made out of wood, plastic, or metal, measuring about 5 ½ inches long and .75 inches in diameter. One end has a ring for keys and other things that are normally attached on a key chain.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH IT?
Key-Baton training allows a defender the ability to ENGAGE, TAKEDOWN, and CONTROL any attacker regardless of size or strength. The 4 basic types of Key-Baton techniques utilized in a self-defense situation are:
- Striking or Raking
- Poking or Stabbing
- Inserting or “Digging”
- Pressure or “Rubbing”
Self-defense techniques are applied by utilizing the keys or the ends of the Key-Baton for painful or disabling strikes to soft tissue areas or opponent’s vital points, painful joint locking techniques, pressure points, or takedown and control techniques, using leverage and pain compliance to immobilize an attacker.
Like any skill, training and practice is required to learn how to use the Key-Baton effectively. However, it is very easy and actually lots of fun to learn! These techniques can be learned in a matter of hours rather than years of martial arts training.
The Key-Baton Self-Defense Keychain is truly the Ultimate Self-Defense Option for those looking for an effective, easy to use, and inexpensive self-protection tool. It’s small, economical, fits into the palm of your hand, and best of all… IT WORKS!
For details, contact John Borter at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 518-755-3475.