ACC Patented Badge Holder / Satin Folder Knife

ID#: 403077

Price: $34.95 

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  • Factory Edge - Price: $34.95 
  • Factory Edge w/ Initials - Price: $39.95 
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At local law enforcement and Bureau of Investigation request, ACC has patented a Federal / Police / Security Force badge holder with a functional back-up weapon built right in. The genuine leather badge holder allows you to show your badge properly & securely on your belt or around your neck with the included black chain. Affixed to the back is a fully functional folding knife. The entire design is made of solid, 420 stainless steel. The frame lock knife stays secure until needed and arrives in a flash with the quick, one-hand trigger-style opener. The badge actually acts to reinforce the grip and the holder fits the hand well.

Undercover officers cannot always carry a firearm, but many times still have their badge to identify themselves.  This badge holder gives them the edge they need in emergencies. Purpose and function, you’ll be glad you have it in the field. Badge not included. Cannot ship to CA, MA, NY or Canada.  Buy for the entire unit and save - get 6 or more for $30 each!
  • Blade: 2-1/4" long, 1" wide

For State, Federal or Police sales to all 50 states call 800-241-3664.

Can be personalized with 4 Initials (select below left).

Click here for details on our personalization service and return policy, or call us at 800-883-8838.

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1. Anonymous User on 2/17/2010, said:

Where can I find the concealed carry badge?
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2. Anonymous User on 12/21/2009, said:

This is a grat idea for us and the law enforsment agencys to identificate subjects that carry conceal weapons
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3. Anonymous User on 12/17/2009, said:

A first rate knife, great idea.
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