How well do you think armor plates really work?
Who doesn’t love a live fire test? There’s no better way to verify that a firearm or firearm component is in good working order. That’s never more true than when you’re putting armor plates to the test.
This armor is no joke. Being able to stop .308-caliber, armor-piercing rounds is quite the task for a small armor plate. That’s as long as the person shooting at you doesn’t stack one round on top of another.
DFNDR plates start at $125, but you get what you pay for. These seem to be remarkable armor plates if you’re in the market for a bulletproof vest.