In today’s America, it is impossible to put a price on one’s safety. Protestors keep killing our police officers, and certain people in the government seem to believe that law and order simply is not important. It is up to you to protect yourself.
A bulletproof vest is one of the best investments you can make in 2016, as it can literally save your life. However, they can be quite expensive, often upwards of $600 and $700. The key is to find a great vest at a reasonable price. With BulletSafe bulletproof vests, we have found the answer.
Everything about these vests check out. A BulletSafe bulletproof vest offers NIJ LevelIII A protection and features a large coverage area, pockets for ballistic plates and high quality materials. The price – a mere $299 – is unbeatable. BulletSafe says that one of its vest can stop rounds of all handguns up to .44 Magnum. So, naturally, we had to test it out.
To do this, we took our BulletSafe bulletproof vest to the Silver Eagle Group shooting range in Ashburn, Va. We put the vest on a block of ballistics gel we made and proceeded to shoot at the vest. We shot the front with a .44 Mag and the back with a 9mm pistol.
Watch this video to see for yourself how it turned out. Spoiler: no round ever penetrated the ballistics gel.
WATCH The BulletSafe Bulletproof Vest In Action:
The BulletSafe bulletproof vest is the real deal. A guy wearing this would be able to withstand many rounds – both in the front and in the back – and live. It would hurt, but the guy would live. That is DEFINITELY worth $300.
The BulletSafe bulletproof vest is available in six different sizes, and you can get one at BulletSafe.com. You won’t regret it.
Special thank you to the Silver Eagle Group. You can visit them at silvereaglegroup.com.
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