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Tactical Armor Vests

Tactical Armor Vests

If you are in need of a reliable way to carry your Tactical Weapon, the TACTOP PLATE CARRIER is your best bet. It is a versatile device with a variety of attachment points and modular accessories. These devices are used by many special operations forces and law enforcement personnel, and are regarded as a valuable piece of equipment for a variety of situations. The Tactical Weapon is ideal for personnel who need a variety of modular accessories.

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An Anti-Resistance Vest For Tactical Gear

An Anti-Resistance Vest For Tactical Gear

A tactop plate carrier (also known as a plate carrier or back pack armor system) is an officially licensed item used for quick and efficient deployment by military and law enforcement personnel. They most often are used in conjunction with tactical vests designed to be worn over standard street clothing for extra protection. These vests come in a wide variety of configurations, such as extra-wide options that cover the entire torso for better concealment, a mid-chest design that leaves plenty of room to wield a pepper spray, and shoulder vests that are just long enough to cover the shoulders and upper arms.

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The Difference Between Soft and Hard Armor

The Difference Between Soft and Hard Armor

Hard armor is a term used for armored vest and plate carriers. Soft armor, which includes rebreathers, gas mask, soft gloves, and goggles, are generally used for protection in combat by police officers, military and civilians alike. Today, there are two types of armor. One type is hard armor, which includes protective gears such as gas masks, bulletproof vests. The second type of armor is soft armor, which includes bulletproof vests and soft gloves, which are used by non-professional tactical soldiers.

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What is Hard Armor?

What is Hard Armor?

A soldier wearing the heavy-duty bulletproof vest is only capable of defending against bullets, projectiles and other types of lethal attacks aimed at the body. This does not, however, mean that these soldiers are immune to other forms of harm. Most airborne projectiles and bullets are not fired straight at the body, but rather at its vital organs. This is what makes vest bullet proof, such as the vests being used by the US Army and other forces across the world. Soft armor or “ballistic vests,” on the other hand, are designed to withstand impacts that inflict serious injury to the soft tissues of the body.

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