The world has completely changed in the last few months due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) - both in our daily lives and business. That's why we've created this article to explain how Coronavirus has affected our business and answer the most commonly asked questions we've been receiving here at Bulletproof Zone.
Understand why you should invest in protective clothing. What are the areas of the body that you need to protect the most? Should you have a stab/ cut/ slash-resistant clothing even if you have a bulletproof vest on?
Typically, old bulletproof vests need an add-on trauma pad. But, newer versions of military-grade ballistic vests and plate carriers, such as SAPI and ESAPI systems, do not as they are rigid enough to withstand the energy of incoming rounds.
The material of your bulletproof vest will affect your level of protection and safety when wearing it. While you need to consider its weight, design, and durability, you also need to check its bullet-resistance level.
You may ask yourself what does Body Armor have to do with this Coronavirus? In ordinary circumstances, nothing. However, the increased risk of violence and chaos plus the decline in available resources raised the pressure in the public at a striking level. While you hope that the need for one does not come, it is better to be safe than sorry.
Learn more about the reasons why bulletproof items cost much and why it is a must-have item for the military, security personnel, or even civilians. Plus, we will share with you how you can have these items without having to break your bank.