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    Level 3a Ballistic Shield

    We recently got in a folding ballistic shield, and we wanted to see if you guys where interested in them. The shield is rated to 3a and the dimensions are 30.5”x31.25”. The shield itself weighs around 2kg and can be folded in half for transport. The price for each shield is 1399.99. Let us know what you guys think and if you’re interested we will open them up for preorder.
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    Actually more interested in polycarbonate riot shields as a de-escalation tool.


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    It looks very similar to the Baker Ballistics Batshield. My agency has a bunch of them for patrol use.

    bakerballistics.com/shield-responders-active-shooter-level-iiia-batshield-batwing-foldable-tactical/
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    Quote Originally Posted by greentips View Post
    Actually more interested in polycarbonate riot shields as a de-escalation tool.
    Yep I would take one also.

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    The pre-order for these is up now https://www.aitacticalsolutions.com/...tterfly-shield

    If you're interested don't miss out on your chance to own a ballistic shield

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    Quote Originally Posted by AITacticalSolutions View Post
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    what did you whack it with and how many times?

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    Wouldn’t you want a Level IV for a shield?

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerbaitron View Post
    Wouldn’t you want a Level IV for a shield?
    Perhaps, but then it would be 10kg, not 2kg. If it was still lightweight'ish, it would be $5k instead of $1400.

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    The Tyr Tactical shield seems much more practical design. Polycarbonate riot shields would also be interesting.

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