On Thursday, 25 April 2019, ShotStop’s Director of International Sales and Business Development was invited by the Belgian Police Local “Midi” Training Center, just outside Brussels, to present our entire line of ballistic protection products and conduct a live-fire “confidence” test to demonstrate ShotStop’s quality and performance.
ShotStop body armor takes multiple hits in this torture test. Will it stop 30 bullets? Check it out.
704 Tactical shows his grey man setup for 2019.
The March 2019 AP-NORC Poll asked 1,063 adults about the safety of schools, their ability to handle active shooter incidents, and what’s to blame for school shootings.
704 Tactical tests the Level III BallisticBoard with multiple rifle rounds during this torture test.
M855 will normally punch right through most UHMWPE plates but can it punch through a polyethylene plate with a book or laptop in front?
BWC's School Safety and Security Grant (SSSG) Program provides assistance to Ohio employers with ensuring the safety of their staff who instruct children throughout the state.
The AR-15 High-Powered Rifle puts ShotStop's BallisticBoard™ to the test.
Do bulletproof backpack inserts work? WKYC Channel 3 News in Cleveland tests ShotStop's BallisticBoard bulletproof backpack inserts and asks parents what they think.
Not all bulletproof backpack inserts are the same. Here’s a rundown of what you need to know when it comes to ballistic backpack inserts.
In the first half of 2018, there were nearly 30 school shootings resulting in at least 40 deaths and 60+ injuries. This averages out to be more than one school shooting per week.
The question that always came up was, “Will it stop an AR-15?” (The gun used in the Parkland shooting and in most mass shootings in recent history.) And, at the time, the answer was almost always, “No.”
This is a test of the Shot Stop level 3A body armor panels which includes the Ballistic Board.
In the first three quarters of 2017, the Gun Violence Archive, a non-profit organization that tracks shootings, reported more than 48,000 gun-related incidents in the United States.