Bust-A-Cap ASP Baton Glass Breaking Cap

Rated 4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$19.99

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This Bust-A-Cap is an ASP baton endcap that attaches to your existing flashlight or baton and gives you the advantage of easily breaking glass. Bust a Cap has no moving parts and can be deployed with either your strong or weak hand.

This is a rapid entry tool that was designed by a 13-year veteran of one of the largest Sheriff’s Departments in the United States. This glass breaking cap is being utilized by law enforcement, fire departments, government agencies, private security and civilians around the world, allowing them safe entry or exit out of an automobile, house, boat or plane. Replace the existing cap on your flashlight or baton with the new Bust-a-Cap device.

This new cap is manufactured in the United States from special steel. It is attached in less than a minute, requires no training and will break glass with one tap. Bust A Cap is designed to help save your life and the lives of others.

The Bust-A-Cap has been designed to fit most of the ASP Friction-Loc Batons. It will not fit the Talon , P12 or P16. The ASP baton is a light weight expandable baton used by police, government agencies, military, and private security around the world.

Weight 8.00 lbs

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nick Kaumans

    Having used a standard 21 inch foam 4140 ASP baton against a window recently. I can attest to how difficult it is to break. There was an emergency and I stuck the glass over 15 times with no break. I then turned to handle side and struck three times before breaking through. When the baton broke through, it damaged the foam grip and steel cap. As you can see below. This was proof enough for me I needed a window breaking cap. I replaced the baton with another 21 inch electro ess and went with as ASP brand window breaker as your standard cap covers it when it’s not in use. On bust a cap a sharp point is always present. In addition, while the foam is tough, it was apparent glass shredded into and remained in the foam handle, so this time I purchased the WaveMaster grip that is much more resistant to damage.

    Working with a tow yard I asked if I could test the cap on a window, it was a junker car and they said sure. The window very easily busted with a light strike.

    However, the ASP cap is made from aluminum not steel like bust a cap. It features 3 ceramic pins providing better angles for the strike but damage can easily occur to the handle foam and a high amount of damage for the cap. The glass was hard enough to damage the threads of the window breaker. Pictures below. This is why I chose the wavemaster handle, minimum damage to the grip, but the cap took a beating… If it had been a foam handle it would have to have been replaced.

    Image of ASP baton breaking through a car side window via the handle: http://img607.imageshack.us/img607/3605/3msp.png

    Below is one image showing the 21 inch eletroless with an ASP window breaker, it also shows the damage from one use. ASP should have made the material from steel like bust a cap, at the same time though it leaves the sharp point exposed.

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  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Craig

    A simple solution to a difficult, potentially life-threatening problem. Thanks, Miles Tactical.

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  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Jason

    The Bust-A-Cap ASP Baton Cap does not allow the new ASP Leverloc Baton to function properly. There is a recess in the cap that allows the Leverloc retention clip to dislodge which prevents the baton from locking closed.

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