Safariland, a BAE Systems line of business, announced today the expansion of its PROTECH line of IMPAC special threat plates. The line of IMPAC special threat plates can be quickly and easily inserted into the front and/or back external plate pockets of a concealable body armor carrier used by patrol, corrections, first responders and security officers. The IMPAC special threat plates are designed to be worn with concealable body armor for ballistic and/or stab protection against specific special threats.
All IMPAC plates are offered in four sizes: 5” x 8” – the standard size; 5” x 7” – for shorter torso lengths and/or female officers; 7” x 9” – for expanded torso protection; and, 10” x 12” – shooter’s cut designed for greater mobility. In addition, Safariland has also released a new concealable carrier specifically designed to complement the line of new IMPAC plates. The FRP (“front and rear pockets”) carrier gives officers the ability to add IMPAC plates within a concealable carrier platform, and is available in Safariland’s ABA Universal AJ and Second Chance Apex concealable carriers.
Safariland, a BAE Systems line of business, announced today the expansion of its PROTECH…
by Tactical-Life / Jan 15, 2010