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Understanding Different Ballistic Plates

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Ballistic Plates are essential inserts in the front and back pocket of armor carriers, which can be the thing that will save you from harm or even death. But the question is: Are ballistic plates necessary? If yes, what type of ballistic plate should you have?

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What You Need To Know Before Buying Tactical Boots or Footwear

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Picking the right one might determine the success of your mission. Remember that there are different kinds of tactical boots. They have different features, and each is appropriate for specific activities, environments, or just for your preference.

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Statement from Bulletproof Zone - Impact of COVID-19

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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. 

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What Does Body Armor Have to Do With the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

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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.

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What are SAPI and ESAPI?

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If you are keen on purchasing a bulletproof vest or a body armor, it is best to learn more about the basics of a bulletproof vest, what are SAPI and ESAPI, their difference, and which will work best for you.

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Practical Tips on Staying Safe This Holiday Season

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Criminals will strike anywhere—parks, parking lots, and even in crowded streets. In a time where people are busy going their ways and running their errands, it may take more than a signal of distress to get someone's attention, especially if you need help. The truth is, the happiest season of the year can turn out to be the most dangerous.

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