- Phase 5 Weapon SystemsBetsy Bar : Esty Breaching Betsy Bar designed w/ spike and patented fork
Betsy is made from all tool steel, built to last and destroy all that she comes across. Betsy is the red headed sister of the wrecking crew, Mary and Agnes the Destroyer Rams. Betsy is designed to destroy outward opening security screens with ease, pry padlocks with her patented teeth and destroy anything that needs some leverage to tip the scales of success in your favor.
Betsy should be locked and secured when not in use. Operator should read all warning materials and be instructed on proper techniques to avoid injury to operator or bystanders.
Betsy's working tip and any exposed metal should be inspected prior to operation. Proper maintenance including lubrication of exposed steel with a lubricating oil. Esty Breaching suggests a quality CLP (break free) be worked into the exposed steel as needed.Learn More
- Phase 5 Weapon SystemsChuck-E Tool : Esty Breaching Chuck-E Tool is a prying tool designed to be carried on the belt
- Phase 5 Weapon SystemsMary Ram : Esty Breaching Mary Ram designed w/ strike face and patented fork
The "Mary" ram was designed as a multipurpose tool. One end is designed to ram a door with a flat-face impact device, and at the opposite end is a proprietary, hardened and toothed two-prong fork. The flat ram side is used as an impact device to force open a door, and the other end acts as a pry tool and lock defeating mechanism. The forked end has specifically designed teeth inside the prongs that grab and secure shackles of locks, and through applied torque, cause the shackle to be broken. The teeth were specifically designed to keep lock shackles from twisting like a "bread tie", which would still allow the lock to remain secure after the body of the lock was defeated.
When a locking item is secured in the teeth of the "Mary" head and torque is applied, the pronged "Mary" head destroys the shackle at the weakest point of the lock or mounting hardware much faster and efficiently than other devices currently on the market.
In timed tests, the "Mary" ram and it's lock defeating system were faster than common bolt cutters, where multiple people are needed to reach the goal of cutting the lock shackle. Instead, the "Mary" ram only needs one operator to handle the system to defeat any type of padlock, thereby lessening the time of exposure.
The forked end of the "Mary" ram can be used with the weight of the ram behind it in tight areas to perforate doors, apply prying force and defeat door locking mechanisms, on both wooden and steel framed door and jamb construction. If needed, an operator can weaken the locking mechanism and door jamb, then swiftly switch to the flat impact side of the tool to apply force to the weakened door for complete entry.Learn More