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Be vewy vewy cawelful when encouraging a sale on "bullet resistance".

If you make a statement to a custy that your manufacturer has not made you are askin for a world of hurt if some dumbass HEARD bullet proof and stands behind film and sticks his tongue out a gun totin tool.

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Contact your favorite manufacturer. They should provide any documentation they have.

As stated before ....If they don't make a claim you should not either!

 

Years ago I had a contractor at a project in a parole office try to have me tell his custy that the film was bullet PROOF.

 

UMMMM NOPE!!!

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Be sure to ask the manny if they'll stand behind their product without the use of kevlar patched on the glass during live testing.

 

Simply too many variables and risks involved in such an endeavor; how far away from the glass, at what angle, what caliber of ballistics, how thick is the film used, how many layers of thick film, glass thickness, tempered or laminated. I do know it has been tested with a 9mm at an undisclosed location in VA by undisclosed group of people who, along with me, will never divulge the results, what film was used, the number of layers tested, distance or angle.

 

Sorry... variables can wipe away anything near a success. 

 

Like drugs, just say 'no'!

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Be vewy vewy cawelful when encouraging a sale on "bullet resistance".

If you make a statement to a custy that your manufacturer has not made you are askin for a world of hurt if some dumbass HEARD bullet proof and stands behind film and sticks his tongue out a gun totin tool.

That is of no value, you are of no help.

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Be sure to ask the manny if they'll stand behind their product without the use of kevlar patched on the glass during live testing.

 

Simply too many variables and risks involved in such an endeavor; how far away from the glass, at what angle, what caliber of ballistics, how thick is the film used, how many layers of thick film, glass thickness, tempered or laminated. I do know it has been tested with a 9mm at an undisclosed location in VA by undisclosed group of people who, along with me, will never divulge the results, what film was used, the number of layers tested, distance or angle.

 

Sorry... variables can wipe away anything near a success. 

 

Like drugs, just say 'no'!

I understand the legalities. Trying to find something. Does anyone know of anything? My manufacturer does not have it. Found something about Clear Armor but they do not sell the product to others.

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Give me a call and I can direct you to a source that may be what your looking for.

Mark

918-830-1991

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I have done some in house "experiments" ... I have ammo that will go through anything. .. I don't care what is says.

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I agree. But the National Institute of Justice has Standards for BR materials. Threat Level llA encompasses 9mm and 357mag. Obviously there is fire power significantly greater. It depends on the spec that is being met.

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