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SKU RTS-ASK-IV-Insert

From the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) website:
5.56mm ammunition designed for military use, with a steel or partial steel core, needs a ceramic or metallic component to the hard armor plate to stop it. Some Level III have a ceramic/metallic face, but not all. If you have identified the M855 or other similarly designed steel core ammunition as a potential threat, a Level IV plate is the best choice for protection among the armors on the Compliant Products List (CPL).

NIJ LEVEL IV 10X12 SAPI CUT SINGLE CURVE CERAMIC ARMOR PLATE FEATURES:
SAPI Cut Single Curve.
NIJ 0101.06 Level IV.
Protection from 5.56mm green tip SS109.
Mil-Spec Ceramic Core
Waterproof Polyurea Coating for lasting Ballistic Integrity.
Thickness 1.1"
Weight 6.3 lbs.

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no way this is actually a thing, too bad

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Do you think there is any connection between the seller's name (RTS) being the abbreviation for "Return To Sender?"

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THIS ARMOR IS NOT NIJ CERTIFIED. IT IS NOT ON THE LIST OF APPROVED ARMOR FROM THE NIJ WEBSITE. In fact none of this vendors plates are NIJ certified. They are using extremely bad and dangerous business practices.

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This!

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Has someone actually tried this stuff ? I have a hard time believing these will stop rifle rounds, much less AP rounds, when they are only $79 ?

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6" x 8" is this price. The 10" x 12" is $129.99, and up to thirty days to ship.

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It isnt upto 30 days, it will be 30 days plus and delayed shipping by UPS, so dont expect it in your hands for 45 to 60 days. I know I bought from them. They sell good stuff, just takes forever out of Miami, Fl.

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Just thought I’d let you know that none of this company’s plates are actually NIJ certified. Check the NIJ website’s list of certified plates, this company doesn’t have a single thing on that list.

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I thought level 4 wasn't 30-06 ap rated? Why is this saying green tip ?

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You’re probably thinking M855A1. Mainly LEO and Military use this newer round. It’s a mean beast and many Lvl 4 plates don’t stop it

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lvl IV is AP 30-06 rated according to NIJ

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Green tip typically means M855 62-grain 5.56 NATO cartridges.

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Multi strike capability? 30.06 AP? Size? Says NIJ L4 but need more answers at this price point.

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This plate is NOT NIJ certified... it is not on the list of certified plates. They are basically bullshitting and using very fucked business practices that is scummy to make it seem like it’s NIJ approved but it has not been NIJ tested..

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NIJ LEVEL IV:
This armor protects against . 30–06 caliber armor-piercing bullets (US military designation APM2) with nominal masses of 10.8 g (166 gr.) impacting at a velocity of 868 m/s (2,850 ft/s) or less. It also provides at least single-hit protection against the Level I through III threats.

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This plate is NOT certified by the NIJ. It is not on the NIJ website list of approved plates. In fact NONE of the plates this company is selling are on the NIJ approved list. Nowhere on this dealers page does it say this plate is “NIJ certified.” They are using scum business tactics.

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