Please be advised: Shellback items are made to order, please allow up to 4-6 weeks for shipment.The Shellback Tactical Defender Active Shooter Kit with Level IV Plates is a complete armored kit keeping you prepared for an active shooter situation. It comes equipped with a fully adjustable lightweight carrier, 2 Shellback Prevail Series 1155 level IV armor plates and a convenient carry bag for storage. Kit Components Shellback Defender Plate Carrier x 1 Shellback Kit Carrying Bag x 1 Shellback Model 1155 Armor Plates x 2 Shellback Defender Plate Carrier Features Constructed of 500 Denier Nylon Fully Adjustable side straps and shoulders One size fits most Comes with integrated shoulder pads Front and Back loop panels for hook placards and patches Two integrated kangaroo M4 magazine pouches with bungee retention One integrated tourniquet pouch market with a red tab for easy identification Padded spacer mesh interior to keep you cool Drag handle on the rear 2 plate pockets that hold 10 x 12 shooter cut plates MOLLE webbing to allow additional pouches to be added Shellback Kit Carrying Bag Constructed of 500 Denier Nylon Bag will hold Shellback Defender Plate Carrier, plates and magazines Two carrying straps Loop panels for hook placard and patches Zipper closure Shellback Prevail Series Model 1155 Level IV Armor Plates Kit includes 2 plates NIJ 0101.06 Certified NIJ Level IV 10"W x 12"L x 1"D Plate Weight - 8.3LBS Single Curved Multi-Hit Rated SAPI/ESAPI Cut Monolithic Ceramic and Polyethylene construction USA Made 10 Year Ballistic Warranty Rounds Defeated .357 SIG FMJ 9MM .38 .40 S&W .44 .45 .223 BALL 5.56X45 (XM 193) 7.62 X 39 BALL 7.62 x 51 M80 Nato M855/SS109 7.62x54R API 7.62x63 M2AP WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to

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They might want to rethink the "active shooter kit" branding!

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