After Los Angeles Street was reopened on 10/22 the following were recovered
from the street in front of Parker Center (LAPD Headquarter):
A. black, grape-sized hard rubber bullets
B. black dense-foam column discs with a hole through the center
C. black, hard-plastic cylinder (closed at the front end & with bull-nosed,
blue-rubber covered end
A. Defense Technologies No. 20F 37/38mm Multiple Baton Foam Rounds
(silver metal with black lettering)
B. Defense Technologies No. 28B 37/3mm Stingers
(black plastic with white lettering)
C. Defense Technologies No. 1006 40mm eXact iMpact (silver with black
The names "Multiple Baton", "Stinger" & "eXact iMpact" might lead you to
believe these are intended for human targets. However, the "WARNING" on 20F
"Do not fire directly at person(s) as serious injury or death could result"
The 28B casing reads:
1. Not intended to be fired directly at persons
2. Use only in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, and after
receiving proper training.
3. Misuse could result in serious physical injury or death.
The casings also all state "To be used only by law enforcement and
corrections personnel trained in riot control tactics" (No.1006 substitutes
"military" for "corrections").
Defense Technologies (a division of Armored Holding) is in Casper, Wyoming,
82602. The phone # is: 1(307) 235-6900 . Defense Technologies' Customer
Service Dept. is in Jacksonville, Florida. That toll-free number is:
1(800)428-0588. They send out weapons spec sheets on request.