ShotStop, the Ohio-based maker of Duritium primarily based physique armor, is working a de facto “winter special” via the month of February on their lightweight body armor plates and protective inserts for “armored backpacks”.
Perhaps extra importantly than that, they’ve armor in inventory.
ShotStop posted this on social media just lately:
“We are hearing many armor companies have diminishing stock and slow delivery times. Not ShotStop! We are ready to take your order whether you are an agency or civilian looking for the lightest most durable ballistic technology out there.”
The particular runs via the top of the month. Here’s the rundown.
- Use coupon code shield2021 for15% off
- Offer is legitimate via February 28, 2021
- Applies to any order of armor plates and BallisticBoard inserts
- Limit One Usage Per Customer
* While provides final
You can make the most of that particular on their web site, www.shotstop.Internet, or hear to an intensive interview about their ballistic plates and manufacturing ethos in a ShotStop interview at Gunmagwarehouse’s weblog The Mag Life.
What is Duritium? Josh Brooks explains on Full30:
Duritium is a proprietary know-how owned by ShotStop. It is a next-gen polyethylene compound with a particularly excessive tensile power. This tensile power is extraordinarily good at kinetic vitality disbursement. The main results of this excessive tensile power? It’s excellent at stopping rounds.
Okay, however a ton of newspaper can cease a spherical. Why is Duritium higher than ceramic opponents?
Ceramic compounds have been battle examined, and battle confirmed [sic]. This is a undeniable fact that nobody can deny. Anyone who has spent a good period of time on the bottom in locations like Iraq or Afghanistan inevitably is aware of somebody who was saved by their ceramic SAPI plates. With that stated nonetheless, ceramic compounds have a number of main flaws. They’re extraordinarily brittle, and so they have a really brief shelf-life that means they want alternative usually. It wasn’t unusual in Iraq or Afghanistan for a fellow Marine to want alternative plates. All it took was one fall off of the roof of an MRAP onto some laborious floor to utterly shatter the brittle ceramic plates within a vest.
Want to know extra? Here’s Tim Kennedy speaking about their plates.
Some extra data from the corporate:
That web site once more is www.shotstop.net.