A Great Bulletproof Vest at an Unbelievable Price. The BulletSafe Vest offers class IIIA (3A) protection to stop almost handgun rounds up to a .44 Magnum and is available for the unbeatable price of $299.00. BulletSafe offers you a great bulletproof vest that you can afford. Order yours today.
What is class IIIA and why is it the right vest for me? Level IIIA (3A) is typically the highest level of protection you will find in soft armor. Our vest will protect you from everything from a BB gun to a .44 magnum. Most gun violence is committed with hand guns so choosing a BulletSafe Vest is a smart move.
Is this the best bulletproof vest on the market? Yes, especially when you consider that the BulletSafe vest is affordable to more people than any other bulletproof vest.
The BulletSafe vest is available in six sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, and 4XL.
The BulletSafe Bulletproof Vest Size Chart
Please use this helpful BulletSafe size chart. We use your height and weight as a good way to fit a bulletproof vest. This size might be different than what size shirt you wear. Bulletproof vests do not stretch, and not have to contain your shoulders so you cannot order them the same way that you order a t-shirt.
Another note on bulletproof vest sizing:
Your bulletproof vest needs to fit in one main areas: around your navel. The length of the vest is not important as you can use the shoulder straps to adjust it, only be concerned with diameter of your midsection. If you are a thin man with a large belly try to order at the top of your size range so that you can fasten the vest around your mid-section. If you are a competitive cyclist with large legs and a slender waist, order at the bottom of your size range.
What bullets can this vest protect against? A Class IIIA vest can protect against almost all handgun rounds. IIIA vests (ours included) are tested with bullets up to a .44 Magnum, which is a really powerful round. This vest will protect again smaller rounds as well. We are quite comfortable in saying that a class IIIA vest will protect you from almost any handgun you will encounter and certainly any handgun that someone conceals. Handgun violence makes up most of the shooting injuries in the US, so this bulletproof vest offers a great level of protection for you.
What won't it protect against? No vest will protect against every bullet, and a IIIA vest won't protect against heavy rifle fire without added armor plates. That is why our vest has front and rear plate pockets and why we sell ballistic plates as well.
What are the dimensions of the bulletproof vest?
Dimensions by Vest Size
Width of each protective panel
Height of each protective panel
Total protection area
390 sq. inches
430 sq. inches
430 sq. inches
450 sq. inches
490 sq. inches
560 sq. inches
Almost anyone can order a bulletproof vest from us. We can ship vests to 49 states (not Connecticut, and not internationally). Unless you have a felony conviction, you can legally order and own a bullet proof vest. The law does not limit your ability to be safe.
Who buys bulletproof vests. Bulletproof vests are popular for police officers, security personnel, repo men, investigators, pawn brokers, gas station attendants, avid shooters, hunters, preppers, and anyone else who wants to protect themselves from danger.
Why is it a vest? The bulletproof vest has evolved into a vest shape to protect your most vital organs and keep you alive if there is an incident. Body armor is most comfortable when it is lightweight and you can move freely. For these reasons, a vest without a collar is the best configuration.
What are the pouches on the front and back for? If you ever decide that you want protection from rifle rounds or heavier weaponry, you'll need to acquire ballistic plates. We have a great plate at a great price as well and it fits perfectly in these pockets.
Where can I buy this vest? You can order your vest right on this page and we will ship it out immediately from our warehouse in Troy, Michigan. It will arrive at your door quickly. You can also find BulletSafe bulletproof vests at these retailers. We are currently expanding the number of retailers that stock our vest. If you would like to sell BulletSafe vests, Click This Link and look for the form at the bottom of the page.
What does this vest look like concealed under a uniform shirt? Is it concealable?
Some comments from people who have come into our office and have been sized for their bulletproof vest: JF said - "I am an extra large man and I needed an extra large bulletproof vest. I thought I might have needed a 2X because I usually wear a 2X t-shirt, but I see that the vest is best worn tight like an undershirt, so XL it is." Note: JF was 6'1" and 225lbs and he easily fit our XL sized vest. Our 2X would have been too large for him. TN said - "I wear a Large t-shirt normally but a medium undershirt so that it doesn't bunch up under a dress shirt. Usually though a medium undershirt is a little too short. Since the length of the vest is adjustable I went with a Medium vest. The large vest left too much of the velcro flaps hanging loose in the front." Note: TN is 5'11" tall and 175 lbs. He has wide shoulders but a slim midsection, your shoulders stick out of the vest while your midsection is wrapped, so a Medium was best. KJ said - "I'm a smaller guy that rides bikes a lot. I knew a small would be right and it is." Note: KJ is 5'4" tall and 140 lbs, he has a slender mid-section. MK said - "I'm a 2X all the way, I've been 2X since high school. I'm 6'5" tall and 280 lbs. I'm surprised that I could probably gain 40 lbs and this would still fit me." Note: Our 2X vest is really large because we do not make a 3X. It will fit a lot of different people.. VS said - "I'm 340 lbs and 6' tall, I can't wear a 2X or even a 3X t-shirt so I didn't think a 2X would fit me and it didn't. I went with the 4X and it fit well too. It's been a while since I was on the small end of a size, but this fits me well. I could gain 100 lbs and still wear these straps though. CH said - "I'm 6' tall and 190 lbs. According to the size chart two different sizes would have been right for my height, but I usually wear an XL and the size chart said to choose either a Medium or a Large. I was surprised because I wear an XL shirt. I never buy a Large at all because I like to wear my shirts loose. They joked at the BulletSafe office that maybe I should be buying smaller shirts and when I mentioned it to my wife, she said that I do wear my shirts too big." Note: CH fit right into a large. He probably would have been happy with a Medium but an Extra Large would have been too big for his midsection.