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Best Body Armor For Home Defense

Best Body Armor For Home Defense

Body armor is commonly used by Police, military personnel, or...

Preparing For Civil Unrest | Do You Need Body Armor?

Preparing For Civil Unrest | Do You Need Body Armor?

During any moment of civil unrest in our streets, you...

Ultimate Level 4 Body Armor Q&A

Ultimate Level 4 Body Armor Q&A

If you’re looking for the lightest, thinnest, and most durable body armor on the planet, ShotStop® is your answer. If you’re interested in learning more about our Level IV body armor, please contact us at sales@shotstop.com
Why Should I Wear Level 4 Body Armor?

Why Should I Wear Level 4 Body Armor?

We have the industry leading warranty on our Level IV plates (10 years!), which is about 5 years longer than what you’ll find with the majority of our competitors. 
Level III+ vs Level IV Body Armor | Which Should Federal Agents Wear?

Level III+ vs Level IV Body Armor | Which Should Federal Agents Wear?

Level III+ Body Armor will give federal law enforcement agents the best chance to defeat the dozens of bullets that will penetrate standard NIJ Level III body armor.
What you Need To Know Before Buying a Bulletproof Vest

What you Need To Know Before Buying a Bulletproof Vest

Not too long ago, we wrote a blog answering the...

Level 3 Body Armor Frequently Asked Questions

Level 3 Body Armor Frequently Asked Questions

Level 3 body armor is becoming more popular than Level 3A body armor because of the advancements in technology. As technology improves, companies are able to make stronger, more durable, and lightweight armor than in previous years.

Armor Piercing Ammo vs Body Armor

Armor Piercing Ammo vs Body Armor

During your hunt for ammunition, if you happen to stumble...

Active Shooter Preparedness | Bulletproof Backpack Insert For Kids

Active Shooter Preparedness | Bulletproof Backpack Insert For Kids

As I write this article, it really hits home for...

Is it Legal to Wear Body Armor in Public?

Is it Legal to Wear Body Armor in Public?

It's no secret, with the state of things going on...

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. 
Do Bullet Proof Backpacks Work?

Do Bullet Proof Backpacks Work?

It’s rare when we don’t have a weight advantage over our competitors, but the durability of the BallisticBoard® is second to none. Our soft armor insert boasts a proven 6 fair hit stop of the heavy 240 Grain .44 Magnum.