The truth is, you do need good gear when your life depends on it, but I’m way past aspiring to be an operator. I already served my time in the Marine Corps and I’ve got lots of special operations veterans in my rolodex — and we’ve all got one thing in common. None of us are bullet proof. Not like Batman is.
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.
Plate carriers are among the most fiercely debated pieces of kit on the market today and it’s easy to see why. With so many options and prices that can range from thirty bucks to three hundred, just about everybody has an opinion on what you need for your purposes.
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.
ShotStop’s line of BallisticBoard inserts offer a variety of options depending on the level of threat you anticipate, the bag you intend to carry the insert in, and of course, your budget.
Matt from ShotStop Ballistics chats with Practically Tactical about what Polyethylene Armor is, and more specifically our Duritium® technology used in our body armor.
Buffman R.A.N.G.E tests multiple rounds against ShotStop’s Duritium III+GT special threat body armor plate.
An experienced panel of law enforcement and military experts discuss today’s body armor options, how they differ from the past, and what YOU need to know about the armor that’s supposed to protect your life.
Colonel Sam Johnson explains his experience with body armor during his tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as his experience with ShotStop’s lighter and thinner body armor.
ShotStop® Duritium III+PS gets hit by a SWAT breaching sledge and still stops 24 rounds.
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.
Duritium III+PA is extremely lightweight and thin at just 0.7 inches and 2.7 pounds for the 10x12 shooter cut.
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.
Duritium III+PS is lightweight body armor, 100% Duritium® polyethylene, .95 inches thick, just over 3 pounds for the 10x12 shooter cut.
704 Tactical’s full review of ShotStop’s lightweight Duritium® III+PS Body Armor Plate.
704 Tactical shows his grey man setup for 2019.
704 Tactical tests the Level III BallisticBoard with multiple rifle rounds during this torture test.
ShotStop® Ballistics’ 2019 product line up: our Duritium® rifle plates, the different models that we have and how each one fits with the needs of the law enforcement officer and war fighter.
For the men and women who serve on our front lines, the right body armor is the essential life-saving technology for soldier protection against lethal ballistics and dangerous combat scenarios. But it’s been more than thirty years since any disruptive technologies in ballistics protection have been brought to market. Until now.