bulletproof armor

bulletproof armor

[′bu̇l·ət‚prüf ′är·mər]
(ordnance)
Light, homogeneous, hard armor plate, having a Brinell hardness of 400 to 475, resistant to small-caliber armor-piercing bullets.
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New Middletown Police Chief Vincent D'Egidio said that two assault rifles, rounds of ammunition, a gas mask, bulletproof armor and anti-Semitic propaganda were recovered from Reardon's home.
If a user is shot, he will initially be protected by the system's waterproof and lightweight bulletproof armor, which protects against 9mm and .44-magnum ammunition.
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The Maritime Self-Defense Force will also introduce new missile-equipped boats capable of at least 40 knots an hour and equipped with 12.7-mm machine guns and bulletproof armor, the draft says.
They included Islamic State-related materials, terrorist attacks, searches for hidden cameras, body-worn cameras, military-style combat gear, bulletproof armor, M-4 rifle magazines, an AR-15 rifle, a YouTube video on how to "reinforce door with a barricade," and the leader of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the filing states.
* K9 Storm Inc., headquartered in Winnipeg, Canada, exhibited bulletproof armor for military and police dogs.
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