Safariland Double Cuffs / Monadnock Double Cuffs in New Colors

Monadnock Double Cuffs are now under under the Safariland umbrella and are called Safariland Double Cuffs. They are now available in 10 colors. The newest colors are tan, olive drab, and lime green. The used to have only a dark green, but that color is discontinued. We have all colors in stock.
Here are the specs:
The Double Cuff features gives the officer greater control and the ability to stabilize the subject after one cuff is in place
Two individual cuffs rather than the standard sinfle cuff for controling both wrists/forearms and ankles
Stamdard length is 34″ (86.36cm)
1/2″ (1.27cm) wide beveled edges to reduce potential for subject injury
Ample space for writing down subject information
Tensile strength for more than 400lbs. (240kg)
Two cuffs in one, which allows for quicker subject control
Available in White, Black, Blue, OD Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Yellow, Lime Green and Tan

New Safariland Handcuffs

We just got our first shipment of the new Safariland handcuffs. The Hiatt factory moved from England to New Hampshire and these are the first production from the new factory.

-17% larger than the standard model
-Ideal for reataining larger subjects
-18-tooth, 3-retaining-bar system for uncompromising security
-Positive swing-through action
-Built-in backloading for fast cuffing
-Reinforced steel swivels for added strength and durability
-Black oxide finish

Available at Handcuff Warehouse: Safariland Oversized Black Chain Handcuffs

Smith & Wesson Makes 6 Millionth Pair of Handcuffs

March 19 : 2009

Smith & Wesson Manufactures Six Millionth Pair of Handcuffs
HOULTON, Maine (March 18, 2009) – Smith & Wesson Corp., the legendary 157-year old firearms maker, announced that after 30 years of manufacturing high quality handcuff restraints at its facility in Houlton, Maine, the company recently produced its six millionth pair of handcuffs. Used in service around the globe by law enforcement agencies, security divisions, and military organizations, Smith & Wesson handcuffs are the most widely produced and supplied restraints currently available.

Manufactured with many of the same engineering techniques and materials that are found in the company’s renowned firearms, Smith & Wesson handcuffs have long set the standard for durability and innovative features. Soon after Smith & Wesson produced its first pair of handcuffs in 1979 at the Houlton facility, the company quickly caught the attention of police departments across the nation. Today, Smith & Wesson produces over 44 different types of restraints, covering a broad spectrum of handcuffs, restraint chains and leg irons.

“This is a significant benchmark for us,” said Tom Kelly, Vice President of Marketing for Smith & Wesson. “The staff at our Houlton, Maine, facility takes great pride in making high quality, reliable products that meet the demands of today’s professional law enforcement and security officers. We plan to capitalize on our leadership position by continuing to produce new and innovative models that meet the needs of these professionals.”

Fabricated from the finest carbon or stainless steel material, Smith & Wesson handcuffs feature heat-treated internal locks and smooth ratchets for ease of cuffing. All Smith & Wesson handcuffs are standard with a double locking system to prevent tampering and to provide an extra level of security. Pin lock models feature a push-pin that provides extra security while also preventing further tightening of the handcuffs. Each pair of Smith & Wesson handcuffs has been engineered to meet or surpass the requirements of the National Institute for Justice and all models can be customized to fit agency specifications.

In January, Smith & Wesson introduced a new addition to its handcuff line, the M&P Lever-Lock™. Unique to the industry, the M&P Lever Lock Handcuff requires no key to activate the double-lock feature. This innovation eliminates the need for officers to search for a key while securing the cuff. The M&P Lever Lock unlocks like other Smith & Wesson handcuffs by using the standard handcuff key. Smith & Wesson has also recently introduced M100 handcuffs in multiple colors, each featuring the patented Weather Shield™ finish. Adding an extra level of protection against moisture and corrosion, the advanced Weather Shield finish is commonly used on firearms from the Smith & Wesson and Thompson/Center Arms line.

“Since first opening its doors in 1966, our Houlton facility has grown from a staff of 18 to 150 employees,” said Terry Wade, Houlton Plant Manger. “Along with producing the company’s diverse line of restraints, the facility is also responsible for producing all Smith & Wesson semi-automatic rimfire pistols, the Walther PPK and PPK/S along with Smith & Wesson’s 3rd Generation and SW1911 Series pistols. Our recent milestone in handcuff production is due largely in part to the dedicated and talented team put in place here at Houlton.”

For more information on Smith & Wesson handcuffs, or to enroll in a Handcuff Training course at the Smith & Wesson Academy, visit or call Customer Service at 1-800-331-0852.

About Smith & Wesson

Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation, a global leader in safety, security, protection and sport, is parent company to Smith & Wesson Corp., one of the world’s largest manufacturers of quality firearms and firearm safety/security products and parent company to Thompson/Center Arms Company, Inc., a premier designer and manufacturer of premium hunting rifles, black powder rifles, interchangeable firearms systems and accessories under the Thompson/Center brand. Smith & Wesson licenses shooter protection, knives, apparel, and other accessory lines. Smith & Wesson is based in Springfield, Massachusetts with manufacturing facilities in Springfield, Houlton, Maine, and Rochester, New Hampshire. The Smith & Wesson Academy is America’s longest running firearms training facility for law enforcement, military and security professionals. For more information on Smith & Wesson, call (800) 331-0852 or log on to For more information on Thompson/Center Arms, log on to

Media Contact:Matt Rice Blue Heron Communications (800) 654-3766

The complete line of Smith & Wesson restraints is available at Handcuff Warehouse.

Handcuff Warehouse March Madness Challenge

Handcuff Warehouse is sponsoring an NCAA basketball tournament pick’em competition. We have been doing an office pool for several years. This year we decided to invite customers and sweeten the pot. The prize is a $500 gift certificate for

Enter for free at: and click on Join Group
ID#: 95752
Password: DHW

Competition is hosted by Yahoo! Sports and is open to the community and Handcuff Warehouse customers and employees.

Please enter only one bracket per person. Brackets must be completed by tip off of the first game on Thursday, March 19. Good luck! If you have trouble logging on, request an invite at

Smith & Wesson Lever Lock Handcuffs

Smith & Wesson M&P Lever Lock Handcuffs. They are standard S&W Model 100s, but with finger activated double locks. Other manufacturers have had problems with finger activated double locks in that they can be accidentally activated too easily. S&W has solved the problem with levers that move away from the direction in which you’re cuffing so the lever won’t accidentally be engaged. Available in nickel or Melonite.

Available now at Handcuff Warehouse: Lever Lock Handcuffs

ASP Red Training Handcuffs

New from ASP! Red Training Handcuffs. ASP training handcuffs are identical to their operational counterparts except for the locking mechanisms. They can be cased, carried, and presented in the same manner as their tactical twins. They have slip pawls that open by pulling them back open. No keys or dials to turn. The handcuffed student need only roll the wrists to release the handcuffs.

Training Cuffs may also be double locked. Once the secondary lock is activated, hard cuffs can only be removed by using a key to release the pawl. This design feature allows progressive restraint training.

During ASP Handcuff Training, students initially apply restraints to Training Batons and remove the cuffs by sliding them off. Next, students apply restraints to other trainees, having the subject remove the cuffs by rotating their wrists. Finally, hard cuffs are applied and double locked. Double and single locks are released with a keythat is turned in the direction of the bow. This progressive training system maximizes restraint application while allowing officers to practice all components of the handcuff skill set.

We have the chain training handcuffs in stock. Hinged and rigid training handcuffs will be introduced soon.