• Patrick OConnell

Why You Should Get A Tactical Bullet Proof Vest



Typically, people wear body armor only in extreme circumstances, when a high threat is illustrated by the abnormal use of body armor. [Sources: 4]


When considering types of protective equipment, it is important to determine the possible threats you will face and make a decision based on that assessment. [Sources: 4]


For example, armor can refer to any form of body armor, but it can also include additional protection in the form of helmets, leg or groin protectors, and even special plates for protection. Bulletproof vest is an armor specially designed to fit your torso. It can protect you from bullets such as bullets or explosive shrapnel. Bulletproof vest, also known as bulletproof vest or bulletproof vest, is an armor that helps absorb impact and reduces or prevents gun bullets and explosive fragments from entering the torso. Protection is provided by armor that has been sewn on the vest, or by adding bulletproof plates to the vest to accommodate the armor. [Sources: 0, 3, 7, 8]


This type of armor is useful for law enforcement personnel who need adequate protection from various threats. This type of armor is useful if someone faces multiple threats or does not know what weapons the attacker might have. [Sources: 11]


This armor does not protect against shotgun projectiles or armor-piercing projectiles such as Tier III or IV armor, but such heavy armor does not provide mobility or camouflage - important factors for a police officer. It can also be used in conjunction with IIIA + soft armor to achieve ICW level III protection and is resistant to pistols, rifles, shots, cuts, impacts and tasers. [Sources: 2, 6]


It works by using multiple layers of special fabric to capture bullets in flight and disperse their impact. Soft armor can withstand multiple pistol calibers and other threats, such as knives (if any) and shrapnel. Concealed armor is usually lighter than traditional ballistic tactical vests, which gives police and military personnel more freedom of movement while maintaining the integrity of protection. [Sources: 1, 7, 14]


This type of armor usually appears in complete vests, but can also be found in inserts that can be added to the back of bags, carriers, or stronger plates. Soft armor (whether it is a soft board or a soft vest) is only suitable for knives, pistols and shotguns. Police officers and anyone looking for more comfortable but less protective armor usually choose softer armor. These vests can contain armor plates to make the vest resistant to impacts and bullets, because soft armor can only prevent sharp knife attacks, not impacts. [Sources: 1, 9, 14]


Some vests are designed to absorb the impact of small arms fire, while others are designed to protect against attacks from larger weapons. It is important to wear a vest that is suitable for any potential situation you may find yourself in. If you, like most of us, need protection from weapons and rifles, you will want to opt for armor like the Safe Life Defense vest against multiple threats. Others prefer more versatile armor such as bulletproof backpacks or bags, or even bulletproof clothing. [Sources: 2, 6, 10]


The Tier IIIA versions of these items can resist penetration by weapons up to .44 Magnum, just like body armor, and you'll never know they have armor panels inside just by looking. [Sources: 2]

Soldiers face serious threats and use hard (usually ceramic) armor plates on carriers along with soft armor inserts, not to mention other protective gear such as headgear. Plate holders are usually heavy and offer excellent bulletproof protection, while tactical vests are lightweight, making them ideal for quick missions. [Sources: 2, 12]


Yes, but their tactical vests tend to be more protective and customizable than the ballistic gear used by other wearers, which we'll discuss in this article. Hunters in vests tend to choose a carrier with hard armor, usually Tier III or III +, because that is the only tier that can stop rifle fire. The reality is that bulletproof vests do not protect the wearer from all threats that exist, but are designed to withstand certain calibers and types of bullets. This is due to the fact that body armor cannot provide complete protection from a bullet - obviously, body armor will provide much more protection than no vest, and armor is responsible for saving thousands of lives. [Sources: 2, 3, 15]


Kevlar bulletproof vests are actually bulletproof and rated to a certain level of protection according to international ballistic standards, one of the most widely used is NIJ 0101.04. While Kevlar® is still a popular bulletproof material today, there are many other high-performance ballistic materials available on the market, and many-body armor manufacturers even use systems that include more than one material in one vest. One such material holding a leading position in the market is Kevlar®, a material that can cushion, delay and prevent a bullet from entering the body. [Sources: 10, 13, 15]


You may have heard the terms bulletproof, bulletproof, and body armor used regularly and interchangeably. Most manufacturers avoid the deadline for naming vests, even if the vest is of the highest standard. [Sources: 3, 13]


Due to the lighter material from which the piercing plates are made, the vest used to carry the trauma plates is lighter than the ballistic models. Without armor, the vests would be just tactical vests without ballistic protection. These plates add weight to the vest but also provide the extra protection you need. [Sources: 3, 7]


Full protection in a military area will require a Level IIIa NIJ vest, used in conjunction with Tier III or IV NIJ hard armor plates, as well as additional protection for the arms, neck, and groin. The European Union allows the import and sale of ballistic vests and body armor, with the exception of protective equipment designed to strict military specifications and/or for basic military use, a shield above the NIJ 4 protection level, therefore considered by law as "military equipment" and prohibited for the civilian population. [Sources: 3, 8]

It is highly recommended that you continue to check your local and national regulatory authorities for specific laws in your area regarding ballistic protection. SafeGuard knows that whether you are looking to equip security forces with body armor or buy your first body armor, the basics of protection will always be useful to you. As you can see, there are many things that you did not know about armor, and you can also see why it is so important that every law enforcement officer in the country and in the world uses their body armor. [Sources: 3, 5, 13]






##### Sources #####

[0]: https://www.opticsplanet.com/bulletproof-vests.html

[1]: http://prepared-housewives.com/bullet-proof-vest-body-armor/

[2]: https://bulletproofzone.com/blogs/bullet-proof-blog/who-are-bulletproof-vests-for

[3]: https://www.safeguardarmor.com/articles/choosing-body-armor/

[4]: https://www.offgridweb.com/gear/bullet-proof-vest-versus-plate-carrier/

[5]: https://acelinkarmor.com/body-armor/bulletproof-vests/

[6]: https://safelifedefense.com/body-armor-guide/

[7]: https://www.galls.com/body-armor-ballistic-protection

[8]: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulletproof_vest

[9]: https://theprepared.com/self-defense/reviews/best-bulletproof-body-armor/

[10]: https://www.safeguardclothing.com/articles/how-effective-are-bullet-proof-vests-at-stopping-a-gun-shot/

[11]: https://sourcetacticalgear.com/body-armor-guide/

[12]: https://www.thesoldiersproject.org/plate-carrier-vs-vest/

[13]: https://www.bodyarmornews.com/bulletproof-vests/

[14]: https://www.pewpewtactical.com/best-body-armor/

[15]: https://www.marsarmor.com/news/10-important-things-you-need-to-know-about-bulletproof-vests/


16 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All