Here is a front-quarter view of our bulletproof vest. Click the photo to see it enlarged and get a feel for the quality stitching and cutting that goes into our bulletproof vest. It is a great quality product.
Proper fitting of a bulletproof vest should cover down to your navel and no further. This allows you freedom of movement, as light a weight as possible, yet complete coverage of your vital organs.
The best way to buy a bulletproof vest is to look it over closely. Look over our high-resolution photos of our vest and you'll see that not only does it offer great protection at an unbelievable price, but that it is a nicely constructed product as well.
One thing that makes our vest better than others is the amount of velcro area. Look at those wide size straps. This vest will fit more people and stay more secure than any other.
Don't settle for a bulletproof vest with only one layer of shoulder strap. Ours has an inner strap and an outer one for added protection.
Someday you may want to upgrade your vest to a class III or IV level of protection. To get there you'll need to install some armor plates. You'll need pockets on the front and rear of the vest, like our vest has.
You may not want to upgrade right away, but you also shouldn't buy a vest without pockets or you'll have to get an entirely new vest later. Don't make that mistake. Choose the BulletSafe vest the first time and you'll be all set.
You want a vest that protects your sides as well as the front and rear of your body and the BulletSafe vest does just that. Our vest offers protection everywhere that you want it.
How Do You Put On A Bulletproof Vest? When putting on the vest, you fasten the inner strap first, then the outer one. It's fairly easy to do and having two straps keeps your vest in place during even extreme situations.
This photo shows our bulletproof vest with an 8" x 10" armor plate being installed. You can see from the size of the pocket that our vest will hold up to a 10" x 12" plate securely.
Our vest has two pockets, one for the front and one for the rear. You'll have no trouble upgrading our vest from class IIIA to class III or class IV protection using readily available body armor plates. Most people don't need protection from rifle fire and don't wanted the added weight of armor plating.
Bulletproof vests are serious business. You want to buy one from someone with the technical expertise to ensure your vest will function if needed and the experience required to make sure it will fit well. That's us.
Here is the rear view of our bulletproof vest. You can see that our vest has a pocket on the back to fit an upgraded hard-armor panel.
Here is what the BulletSafe Bulletproof Vest looks like under a blue uniform shirt. To conceal your BulletSafe Vest, purchase a uniform shirt in a size larger than you normally wear.
Here is what the BulletSafe Bulletproof Vest looks like under a black uniform shirt. To conceal your BulletSafe Vest, purchase a uniform shirt in a size larger than you normally wear.
Here is what the BulletSafe Bulletproof Vest looks like under a white uniform shirt. To conceal your BulletSafe Vest, purchase a uniform shirt in a size larger than you normally wear.
This is a copy of the test results of Bulletsafe's NIJ testing. It shows that our vest passed the NIJ test for offering level IIIA protection.
See the test results from Oregon Ballistics Labs for our Bulletproof Baseball Cap.
Want to see our bulletproof vest in action? Watch these videos. You'll see us shooting a vest and analyzing how well it performed. You'll be amazed at how well the Bulletsafe vest performs under fire.
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