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Shieldspike Introduces Break-and-Rake Tool with Scout Mount

October 19, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of Shieldspike.
Photo courtesy of Shieldspike.

Shieldspike has introduced the Hammerspike XL break-and-rake tool with Scout Mount attachment that enables tactical teams to convert it into a pole camera.

The mount allows SWAT officers to attach a ReconRobotics Throwbot micro robot to the business end of the Hammerspike XL.

The tool and mount weigh six pounds. When attached, the mount gives the user five and a half feet of stand-off distance.

The tool is available in tactical black.

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Sgt Rob Kruger @ 12/15/2014 6:07 PM

I would like to receive more information / prices on your pole cameras

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