Tired of carrying a 50 lb breaching pack and 35 lb ram for hours on operations? The Jersey boot only weighs 26.5 pounds!
The main function of the Jersey Boot is to be used as ram to defeat inward swinging doors. The larger head (double the size of a typical ram) is more forgiving with a larger “sweet spot” virtually eliminating misses
The larger head also reduces the chance of the tool penetrating the door, trapping the device, which often happens with conventional rams. It is designed to deliver ramming, (kinetic) energy over a larger surface, specifically the area between the doorknob and dead bolt where you want most of the energy concentrated.
Inward Swinging Door:
Use as a conventional ram / having a larger sweet spot enables operator to deliver more kinetic energy over a larger area without the risk of penetrating door.
Outward Swinging Door:
Use as a pry bar to pry open virtually any door including Class 3 Steel door with steel jamb installed in block or concrete.
Safely and effectively break and rake windows, wall board or whatever you can think of. The extra weight eliminates the need for the operator to take a big swing. Great for confined areas.
Can break through almost any padlock, including extra heavy duty hardened steel.
Used to set another boot, break locks or whatever sledge operation is needed.
Seal off doors to prevent entry or exit.
Need that extra boost, don’t step on an operator, step on the boot. Great for porting windows.
Don’t risk operators lives with breaking and raking, throw the boot through the window or door for diversion, to breach or to clear the path for a bang.