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Thread: Ballistic Plates Incoming

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatM305Guy View Post
    I really want to see the steel tests with spalling etc. Really intrigued by them.
    x2...I feel like their level III+ steel plates will be their #1 seller!!!

    Any word yet on the pre-orders guys?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AITacticalSolutions View Post
    We are trying to edit the footage together but this is our first time ever attempting this and as you might imagine we are not experts and it is taking a little longer than expected.
    I understand why everyone is being impatient, but take your time with the filming and editing of the video (assuming it is already not filmed and edited). It is better that some decent footage is acquired the first time than having everyone complain about various technical aspects of the testing or video quality. Which may have many requesting for the video to be re filmed, requiring more plates than need be. Regardless, excited to see the results. The prices look promising and so is what is currently known of the performance.

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    Good Afternoon,

    We apologize for the delay but all of the ballistic armor is now available for sale. https://www.aitacticalsolutions.com/ballistic-armour. You can find all of the Testing results for each of the types of plates on the pair of plates product entries. The Pre-order period will go until the 29th of April.

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    Edit: never mind, figured it out.

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    From $89 to $119 for steel...... what makes them 33% more expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadLieutenant View Post
    From $89 to $119 for steel...... what makes them 33% more expensive?
    We made a mistake initially with the prices and forgot to change the cost to us over from USD. When we where putting them up for pre-order we caught our mistake and changed it. We do apologize for this price change and for the fact that we messed up initially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AITacticalSolutions View Post
    We made a mistake initially with the prices and forgot to change the cost to us over from USD. When we where putting them up for pre-order we caught our mistake and changed it. We do apologize for this price change and for the fact that we messed up initially.
    Just a heads up that the original post is still listing them at 89.99

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kratos View Post
    Just a heads up that the original post is still listing them at 89.99
    Thank you for catching that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benwilliam View Post
    Interested in your thoughts AITactical and the CGN community at large. Aluminium Oxide or Silicon Carbide. I've read online, info is ambiguous.
    What we have found is the primary difference is just weight savings. They are very similar in terms of toughness. Our photos isn't the most accurate for telling the difference between the materials, the shot placement is not identical so we can't make any judgments based off that photo. However what we have found is they are pretty much the same and all you are paying for is weight savings. It might be that Silicon Carbide is a little more fragile, but not to a large degree when compared to Aluminum Oxide. We hope these observations have been somewhat helpful.

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