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Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Body Armor in 30 Minutes

If you couldn’t tell by the name of our website, we’ve spent a lot of time reporting on and discussing firearms and the accessories that support them. But having a good gun isn’t the only thing you can do to enhance your personal protection. For those of us who really take home security seriously, there is a whole other class of products to look into: body armor.

Body armor, popularly worn by some law enforcement officers as well as military personnel, can make the difference between life or death in a survival situation. And, unlike firearms, the rules regulating their use are far less intrusive.

In the United States, buying or selling body armor is legal for everyone — except convicted felons. Obviously, there are still some situations where wearing it may not be the best idea (read: airports), but there is far less red tape for acquiring equipment like this.

Just like with firearms, there are plenty of nuances to learn about before diving into this territory. Obviously, some brands are better than others — depending on what situation the armor is designed for.

For gun owners who haven’t paid as much attention to this side of the industry, getting the full rundown on body armor may be kind of intimidating. This is why we’re happy that there are people with webcams who will do all the work for us for free.

Here’s the Daily Shooter with everything you’ve ever wanted to know about body armor.


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