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  1. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I have heard that the bedliner sprays are also good to help bomb/bullet proof things like walls, car doors, etc. I know they are coating the Pentagon walls with this now. Does anyone have any practical experience with this? Tips regarding best application practices? This is one of the videos...
  2. Looking For - Want To Buy From Vendors
    Hey everyone, I need a full head armor cover that will protect my face at the most .308. I need really good bullet proof full helmets. I know they sell some, I just forgot where I can buy them. They're are no locations near by with them, but I was hoping you could refer me to a site.
  3. DIY - Do It Yourself
    After conducting a decent amount of research and experimentation, I have decided to put out some information that I have learned about DIY Homemade Body Armor and material penetration capability of bullets in general. I put together a video about the topic. As a disclaimer do not use this as a...
  4. The Tech Zone
    Real life Iron Man suit commissioned by Army. Crazy stuff. The liquid armor bit is out there. Any chance we're going to far?
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion These plates are awesome- they are 10x12- they only weigh 5 pounds- they are multi hit rated- they are level 3+ stand alone- level 4 in conjunction with soft armor- This is an awesome sale that will only...
  6. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I found an interesting Article and was wondering if this would be possible to make at home. Seems like it could be possible to make and looks way more affordable. Let me know what you think :)
  7. Urban Survival
    so i took my kelty redwing 3100 and took out the hard plastic form which is velcroed in behind the water bladder compartment and i put in the two front armor chest protector from a point blank piece of armor i had to use the two front panels because the back panel was too large but now they are...
  8. General Discussion
    A woman's hair weave stopped a bullet her husband fired into the back of her head.
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