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I have used Bust A Cap for saving a baby life in a locked car in the Florida heat. Also on several house windows where bad guys had felony warrants and seemed to think I would not come and get them. I have used Bust A Cap on several vehicle extractions, where drivers thought a locked door and a rolled up window would also keep them safe and out of jail. This product WORKS and is best at breaking windows and keeps me safe.
When I Received Bust A Cap from a friend I was weary of this product. I had seen the videos on the product from you tube, but it seemed too good to be true. Then on was July 9th 2018 I was driving around a curve and looking to my left I see a Ford Explorer Sport that had overturned and was rested on its roof. The Female driver was trapped inside the vehicle and was unable to turn it off and the vehicle was filling with what appeared to be smoke. As she yelled “ I can’t breath ” civilian by standards started to kick the back hatch window on the vehicle, he (a 6ft tall 250lb male white) kicked the window as hard as he could three times and it didn’t even crack. Then I thought hey my poly-stinger is equipped with the Bust A Cap with one medium strike (because I didn’t have gloves on) to the vehicle back glass the window crumbled into 1000 pieces. The civilian as well as myself stared in astonishment for a second. then deciding the we needed to turn the vehicle off a different civilian started to hit the passengers side window with a claw hammer after the second hit I asked him to back up and I struck the passenger window and the same thing again, this time the window had dark tint on the window so the glass didn’t fall to the ground but just shatter, I cleared the glass with the flash light and was able to turn off the vehicle. Fire fighters were at this point arriving to the scene and removed the victim from the back window that had been removed because all doors were smashed to a point that they could not be opened. The bust a cap will always be on my duty belt and I insist that all of my partners have on as well.
Deputy Sheriff, L. Phelps
Shelby County, Tennessee
I am a Houston Police Officer. I recently saw your product advertised in a police magazine so I thought I would try it on my Streamlight Stinger. One day my squad and I were attempting to stop a vehicle that had just led us on a vehicle pursuit. We finally got him boxed in, but he didn't want to come out of the car. One of my team mates was on the passenger side was just wailing on the window with his asp baton with no effect. He had to hit it 6 or 7 times before it broke. I pulled out my Stinger with the Bust-A-Cap on it and hit the glass once and the window disappeared. We were able to pull the driver who was high on Crack and PCP out of the car and effect the arrest.
Every one on my squad saw how well it worked, so I placed an order the next week for all of us to have it on our SL20's! Now I have it on both my flash lights and it is an invaluable tool.
Houston Police Dept
Big Six Unit
On January 30, 2009 I responded to a report of an unresponsive male behind the wheel of a Honda Civic and observed that it was partially obstructing the two far left lanes of Route 287. I ran to the victim’s vehicle and saw the male driver slumped forward and drool was dripping from his mouth. I slapped the driver’s door window and yelled to try and arouse the driver but he was not responding. I tried pulling on each door handle, but all the doors were locked. I shattered the rear passenger side window with the Bust A Cap device attached to my Mag-Lite Flashlight, and unlocked the door. I checked the male for a pulse and Breathing neither were present I began to give First Aid to the victim until the Cedar Knolls Paramedics Arrived and they took over giving CPR. The Victim was transported to Morristown Hospital where he had a pulse and was breathing on his own.
Hanover Police Department
I'M A POLICE OFFICER AT FPD LOCATED IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. ON AUGUST 30, 2009 I WAS DISPATCHED TO HOUSE THAT HAD A 14 MONTH BABY BOY THAT GOT LOCKED IN A VEHICLE BY ACCIDENT. THE SPARE KEYS WOULD NOT UNLOCK THE VEHICLE BECAUSE OF THE SECURITY SYSTEM. I USED THE BUST A CAP THAT IS LOCATED ON THE END OF MY ASP BATON AND BROKE THE LEFT REAR WINDOW. ONCE THE WINDOW HAD BEEN BROKEN, I COULD FEEL THE HEAT FLOW OUT OF THE VEHICLE BECAUSE IT WAS 98 DEGREES THAT DAY AND INSIDE THE VEHICLE WAS TWICE AS HOT. I WAS ABLE TO REACH INSIDE THE VEHICLE AND UNLOCK THE DOORS AND PULL THE BABY OUT. THE BABY WAS CHECKED OUT BY THE PARAMEDICS AND RELEASED BACK TO HIS MOTHER. THE BUST A CAP MADE THE ENTRY INTO THE VEHICLE EASY AND SAFE AND ALLOWED ME TO GAIN ENTRY INTO VEHICLE WITH NO PROBLEMS.
I got one of your ASP end caps for my baton and it has proven to be highly successful in breaching car windows.
I heard about you through your ad in POLICE magazine, to which I subsribe.
I then visited your website. It was your demonstration video that sold me on the product, and I hope to get them approved as a authorized uniform item by my department.
I can think of several instances in which I had to break the windows on a automobile, and had to use my ASP to do so. Specifically, getting a infant out of a rental van that was locked and running in 95 degree heat, compelling suspects to comply on traffic stops in which they refused to exit the vehicle, and in egressing from my squad after a horrific accident when it caught on fire and I was trapped inside…
Looking forward to trying out your product.
I have used your product now for saving a less than one year old locked in a not running car in Florida Heat. On several house windows where BG’s had felony warrants and seemed to think I would not come and get them? And on several vehicle extractions where the driver thought a locked door and rolled up window would also keep them from going to jail. The product is still 100% as it was NIB.
I am a state trooper in Tennessee. Could you tell me if the cap is made by ASP or another company. I have been needing one for along time. And, seeing that my baton is positioned in the front of my belt, I need fast access to a glass breaking device. I can tell you from experience that swinging a baton at a rolled up window after a pursuit with a non-compliant suspect, sometimes will not open the window, but now with Bust A Cap it''s just one tap.
I did received the “Bust a Cap” that you sent for a trial and evaluation. Your product does every thing that you said it would. It simply “WORKS”.
I have tested it on a couple of old car windows with much success. I usually have a flashlight or baton within arms reach almost all of the time. I can assure you that they will now be the ones with “Bust a Cap” installed.
With your permission I would like to show as many officers/agents/an other folks that deal in the serious social work of our country’s protection your product.
Security and Safeguards Directorate
Investigations & Special Projects
Los Alamos National Laboratory