If you have ever wondered if the angle of body armor changes its effectiveness, check out this video.
DemolitionRanch recently decided to find out if the angle at which a bullet strikes an armor plate would change how effective the armor was at stopping penetration.
In order to test the body armor, DemolitionRanch uses .308 armor-piercing incendiary rounds.
The results of his testing might surprise you.
This kind of real-world testing of body armor is really interesting to see.
Testing on body armor always seems to be done with directly head-on shots; but as DemolitionRanch says, real-world shots are not always from straight on.