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Bulletproof Vest Partnership: What You Need to Know

Bulletproof Vest Partnership: What You Need to Know

We get questions all the time about the Bulletproof Vest Partnership (BVP) and how to take advantage of the funds available through the program. So, we went straight to the source. Here are several questions we asked and answers that were provided.

Colonel Sam Johnson Answers the Question "Why ShotStop®?"

Colonel Sam Johnson Answers the Question "Why ShotStop®?"

Colonel Sam Johnson (Retired) describes the heavy, bulky body armor plates he wore while serving in several tours in the Army over 30 years and compares them to ShotStop's lightweight, thin body armor that is saving lives.

Duritium III+PA Highlight from OTOA

Duritium III+PA Highlight from OTOA

A quick look at our Duritium III+PA plate, live from the show floor of the 2019 Ohio Tactical Officers Association Conference, June 4, 2019. Thin, lightweight body armor that is durable (15 year warranty) and comfortable.

Duritium GT Body Armor Plate from ShotStop®

Duritium GT Body Armor Plate from ShotStop®

This plate is unique in many ways. First of all, it’s very thin, as you can see. It’s just over a half inch thick, the weight is very competitive in the marketplace for this protection level. It’s about 4.8 pounds for a shooter cut, 10 x 12.

ShotStop Announces Free Trial of Its Best Body Armor Plates

ShotStop Announces Free Trial of Its Best Body Armor Plates

ShotStop Ballistics announced is new body armor Free Trial Program, a chance for police departments and other law enforcement agencies who are currently considering new body armor to truly experience the company’s best body armor in the real world for up to 90 days.

Why Police Departments Don’t Buy The Right Body Armor

Why Police Departments Don’t Buy The Right Body Armor

Far too often procurement officers in law enforcement do not have the expertise to conduct due diligence when purchasing new equipment. Not only can this impact a department’s bottom line, but when dealing with safety-related gear like body armor, the wrong purchase could be deadly for cops in the field.