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BAG OF EVIL - Alpha Innovations Tactical Dog Leash
  The Bag of Evil, a phrase coined by two of my brothers from the NYPD, will feature gear, guns and knives that have made their way into my BOE.  


Professional Operators Kit
Al Polkowski Polecat
Philthy's Sidewinder La Griffe Sheath
Alpha Innovations Kubaton
Alpha Innovations Jaw Jacker
Foster Brothers Saps and Jacks
Sharkee Training Knives
Al Mar SERE 2000 as Utility Folder
Todd Foster Coin Sap
Rick Hinderer Modular Kubaton
Al Polkowski Bodyguard
Alpha Innovations Tactical Dog Leash
SO Tech Go Bag
Boker Subclaw
Raven Concealment Holster
Wilderness Frequent Flyer Belt
BladeTech Vellekamp Profili
Wilderness Titanium Intructors Belt
SO Tech Mission Go Bag
Alpha Innovations Stylus
Alan Folts Titanium Chopstix
Gerber Artifact

When my buddy Jeff Ferrand owner of Alpha Innovations and producer of my Jaw Jacker Knuckle Duster told me about his idea for The Tactical Dog Leash I kinda blew it off. Basically the idea is the Jaw Jacker with a hole on the front where you attach the supplied dog leash.

Jeff sent it to me for T&E sometime ago and it went on pile and I forgot about them. This weekend while packing to go to my parents house I tossed the
Tactical Dog Leash in the bag since I was taking my two Boston Terriers anyway. At home we don't use a leash much because we have a fenced in yard.

The first thing I did with the
TDL was examine it, both the knuckle part and the leash itself. The leash seems to be a quality run of the mill dog leash about four feet long with the traditonal quality snap on one end. On the other is a split ring through the regular handle with one end of a two headed snap on it, the other is a snap to attach to the knucles.

The first thing I thought was that the weak point was going to be that split ring. So I sat in a chair, put the leash under my foot, took the knuckles in one and and wraped the end of the leash around the other and pulled as hard as I could. I was unable to do anything to the split ring at all. As you know, at 6'2 290 I am no little boy and have huge legs.

Then I hooked up my oldest Boston Terrier Bogey who weighs around 35 lbs and being part Bulldog just loves to pull. I noticed that the knuckles provided a more comfortable grip on my hand then when the normal leash folds around it. Like the difference between doing pull ups on a bar or a loop of rope.

Most of the time when walking the boys I hold the end of the leash in my right hand with the leash running though my left hand with the dog on my left as pictured. From this positon I was surprised how easy it was to wrap the leash around my left hand once, unhook the leash from the knuckles and still retain the dog.

When I did let him run to full extension it was comfortable as well.

You actually have two great tools here, the origional Jaw Jacker design (which of course is only a collectors item and should never be used as a weapon) with an extra concentration bump, and the leash which makes a great flexible weapon.

There is no disguising what it is. It is a pair of knuckles with a dog leash attached. But that is the neat thing about it. That may just make anyone who sees it dismiss it.

One thing is for sure, if I am going to take one of the boys for a walk I know which leash I am using.

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