|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||6001|
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Monadnock 6001 D-Jammer Tool
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Monadnock D-Jammer Tool can easily and quickly dislodge jammed shells and clear jammed semi-automatic magazines and revolver cylinders. The D-Jammer Tool can be used to un-jam an auto loading rifle or shotgun. It can also be used as a self defense tool to control an attacker by using it as a striking tool. The Shell DeJammer is part of the Monadnock brand that has been synonymous with quality as the leading supplier of batons restraints training aids accessories and the preferred law enforcement professionals choice worldwide for more than 50 years.
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This tool also functions great as a general key fob, and I love the way it sticks up, so I can just grab the D-Jammer and pull my keys from the bottom of my pocket. I tend to place multiple items in my pockets (phone, chapstick, office badge, etc.), so I was always wasting time fishing my keys from the bottom of my pocket. No more!
I'm not sure how well this would work as a defensive tool, but I can certainly see myself using it in a pinch. It's fairly sturdy, so it would probably hold up to smashing it against someone's head and body. Hopefully, I'll never have to find out, but I think it would.
That leads me to the reason I docked one star. This is actually very crudely-made. The d-ring is cheesily held on with a normal screw. It isn't even a complete, steel ring. It's a pot-metal D that is held in place with friction by the screw. With any real tugging, I imagine it would come apart. It's like something made on the cheap in a second-rate factory in China.... which it probably is. That said, it functions well enough, but is definitely crude in quality.