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Thread: WTB: Kevlar Vest

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    Default WTB: Kevlar Vest

    I am looking for a kevlar bulletproof vest. Level IIIA of Level III soft armor. It has to be a medium or smaller as it is for my wife who is small framed. If you have Level IV Stand Alone Ceramic plates in 10x12 I would prefer those if the price is reasonable.

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    look on ebay
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    I'd say either eBay or you might give http://bulletproofme.com/ a try.
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    Yeah I was looking at bulletproofme.com and ebay. Found a set of Ceramics for a good price.

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    I was just seeing if maybe I could put cash in someone on the forums pocket first

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    If you can't find one here, +1 for bulletproofme.

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    ebay

    i have bought bunches of body armor on EBAY

    So much so that i sold some of it off.

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    I customize and sell body armor, it's half hobby/half business.

    Vests, Shoulder and forearm armor, Titanium SAPI plates, fanny pack deployables etc

    If you're still looking I have a fair amount of stock right now including a very nice UHMWPE womens concealable IIIA

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    I have IV stand-alone ceradyne ceramic, multi-hit, triple curve, 10x12, new(manufactured last month) 350pr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texasvests View Post
    I have IV stand-alone ceradyne ceramic, multi-hit, triple curve, 10x12, new(manufactured last month) 350pr.
    That's a deal you can't beat on ceramics.

    I myself prefer steel, titanium or composite, I had a bad experience with a ceramic failure, but that was a long time and several generations of ceramic ago. Ceradyne makes some great armor.

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