AR500 Armor® steel plates offer edge-to-edge ballistic protection
AR500 Armor® Patented Lightweight 10” x 12” Level III+ ASC Body Armor (Advanced Shooters Cut), Generation III
Size & Cut: 10" x 12" Advanced Shooters Cut (ASC), can be worn in conjunction with soft body armor plates
Approximate Weight: 6.5lbs (± 10% due to hand spraying base coat)
Our level III+ Lightweight armor ballistic core performance and balance of achieving multi-hit performance within its designated threat level; rounds exceeding the armors limitations and threat level or extreme multi-hit scenarios may cause the armor to crack upon impact. This result is normal and significantly reduces the rounds velocity, if not completely defeating, opposed to through and through penetration.
|Approximate Weight (LBS)||6.5000|
|Armor Level||Level III+ LW|
|Armor Threat Rating||Level III+ LW multi-hit protection against calibers up to 5.56x45 M193, 5.56x45 M855/SS109 at 3,000 FPS (+/- 30FPS) and 7.62x39(ie AK-47), 7.62x51 M80 NATO Ball (ie .308) at 2,850 FPS. Not rated for AP rounds.|
|Dimensions||10" x 12"|
|Armor Construction Material||Ballistic steel core|
|Armor Shelf Life||20 Years|
- FANTASTIC Review by DOUGLAS
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- Review from Nathan Hale Review by Nathan Hale
-Weight (if you complain about the weight you haven't worn body armor before, let alone for an extended period of time. Its armor, not a pillow)
-Multi-hit capability that can't be found in ceramic or UHMWPE
-Cut covers the vital areas quite well, unless you are quite tall then the 11X14 will do the trick. Hate to break it to the "big" guys (i would fall into that category too so don't get all bent out of shape) but no matter how much you tack on your vital area remains the same.
-"Multi-curve": The only reason this is in quotes is because I was expecting to have curves a little more similar to those found on sapi plates. Instead there is only a noticeable curve along the "y axis". Regardless, it still fits to the contours of most torsos quite well.
(Posted on 8/9/2016)
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