Level IV Ceramic Plate Carrier Inserts
These are NIJ 0101.06 level 4 ceramic rifle protection plate inserts by RTS Tactical. I decided to hit the armor with some old WWII era 30-06 AP rounds and then send the other plate to Leverguns 50 for further destruction. To find the armor, use your favorite search engine and search for RTS Tactical.
Check out the Leverguns 50 channel here- https://thereloadersnetwork.com/channel/leverguns-50-110-wcf/
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If you’d like to watch the first body armor video I did on the level 3 AR500 you can check it out here- Value Priced Body Armor Review and Destructive Testing
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