Side-handle batons (sometimes referred to as T-batons or nightsticks) are batons with a short side handle at a right angle to the shaft, about six inches from one end. The main shaft is about 23 inches long. They are derived from the tonfa, an Okinawan kobudō weapon, and are used with a similar technique (although tonfa are usually used in pairs, whereas side-handle batons are not). The best-known example is the Monadnock PR-24, which has become a genericized trademark within the law enforcement and security communities for this type of product.
This one piece replica prop is made from flexible urethane foam and it finished in semi-gloss black. It features a solid aluminum armature inside which helps it stay rigid when in use.
Approximate Size: 23.5" long x 6.5" wide x 1.24" club diameter. With a handle butt that's 1.75" diameter.
Weight: 11 ounces