ShotStop Body Armor: Advanced Plates with Duritium Technology.

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    • #118240
      Max
      Keymaster

        Looking for the Best Body Armor Plates?

        ShotStop patented DuritiumĀ® technology and processes allow this advanced body armor to be thinner, lighter, and more durable than anything else on the market. Utilizing Duritium technology often results in up to 45 percent reduction in thickness and up to 200 percent reduction in weight, compared to other body armor plates (steel, ceramic, or poly) on the market at the same protection level. This means military, law enforcement, and civilian personnel in the field can have the same protection level with much less bulk and weight, experiencing dramatically improved comfort and mobility.

        What makes ShotStop body armor better?

        Extremely Lightweight

        Ultra-Thin/Less Bulk

        Durability/Warranty

        MVT is a Dealer for ShotStop Body Armor Plates. Check out the Webstore.

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        Check out our lineup of advanced body armor plates!


        Duritium III+PS Body Armor Plates

        Protection Type/Level: U.S. Level III+, German VPAM Level 6, and NATO STANAG 2920 Level B4 tested compliant by accredited independent laboratories

        Special Threat Testing: 5.56x45mm 55 grain ball (M193), 7.62x39mm PS ball (MSC), 7.62x51mm 149 grain M80 FMJ

        Material Type: UHMWPE (Polyethylene)

        Weight (10×12 Shooter Cut): 3.2 lbs. (1.5 kg.)

        Thickness (+/-0.125″): 0.95 in. (2.41 cm.)

        Warranty: 15 Years


        Duritium III+PA Body Armor Plates

        Protection Type/Level: U.S. NIJ 0101.06 Level III and NATO STANAG 2920 Level B4 tested compliant by accredited independent laboratories

        Special Threat Testing: 5.56x45mm 55 grain ball (M193), 7.62x39mm PS ball (MSC), 7.62x51mm 149 grain M80 FMJ

        Material Type: UHMWPE (Polyethylene)

        Weight (10×12 Shooter Cut): 2.7 lbs. (1.23 kg.)

        Thickness (+/-0.125″): 0.7 in. (1.8 cm.)

        Warranty: 15 Years


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        Max’s GT Plates.


        Duritium GT Body Armor Plates

        Protection Type/Level: Special Threat

        Special Threat Testing: 5.56x45mm 55 grain ball (M193), 7.62x39mm PS ball (MSC), NATO M855 (SS109) 5.56x45mm 62 grain steel core (Green Tip), M855 A1

        Material Type: Alloy-Composite

        Weight (10×12 Shooter Cut): 4.7 lbs. (2.13 kg.)

        Thickness (+/-0.125″): 0.5 in. (1.27 cm.)

        Warranty: 15 Years


        Duritium IV+HS Body Armor Plates

        Protection Type/Level: Level IV

        Special Threat Testing: 5.56x45mm 55 grain ball (M193), 7.62x39mm PS ball (MSC), 7.62x51mm 149 grain M80 FMJ, NATO M855 (SS109) 5.56x45mm 62 grain steel core (SS109), M855 A1, 7.62x63mm M2 AP

        Material Type: Alloy-Composite

        Weight (10×12 Shooter Cut): 5.8 lbs. (2.4 kg.)

        Thickness (+/-0.125″): 1.1 in. (2.8 cm.)

        Warranty: 10 Years


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      • #118241
        Civilianresponder
        Participant

          I wore the ShotStop plates I got from Max at the last Texas training. The plates are awesome and they feel lighter than the thicker plates.

        • #118423
          dave37
          Participant

            I have these too and love them. They are pretty light, but what really makes them shine is the thinness. It’s hard to understand what a difference that makes until you wear them.

          • #118622
            texas
            Participant

              What plate carrier do you all run? I have the Level IV plates, but yet to pick up a carrier.

              • #118632
                Civilianresponder
                Participant

                  Ive got a Firstspear Strandhogg and a Velocity Systems Scarab LT. I like them both but I think I like the Scarab better. I tried the Crye JPC but didnt care for it as it dug the plates into my chest.

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