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Level III vs Level IIIA Body Armor | What's The Difference?

Level III vs Level IIIA Body Armor | What's The Difference?

LEOs wear level/Type IIIA and Level/ in both civilian and federal government forces. Level IIIA armor is going to stop every handgun caliber round up to a .44 Magnum. 
Why Wear Body Armor? 5 Reasons Why Every American Should Own Body Armor

Why Wear Body Armor? 5 Reasons Why Every American Should Own Body Armor

At ShotStop®, we believe that personal ballistic protection shouldn’t only be for our military and law enforcement communities. Being able to protect yourself in your own way is a right that not all Americans know they have. 
Best Lightweight Level 4 Body Armor | Interceptor Body Armor

Best Lightweight Level 4 Body Armor | Interceptor Body Armor

We take great pride in seeing our Armed Forces in Shotstop® body armor. We take even more comfort knowing they’re wearing the best armor for a warfighter. 
What Are the Different Types of Body Armor? | Steel, Ceramic, and Polyethylene vs. Duritium® Body Armor

What Are the Different Types of Body Armor? | Steel, Ceramic, and Polyethylene vs. Duritium® Body Armor

This is your chance to save hundreds of dollars on the best NIJ-Listed lightweight Level III and Level IV body armor.