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FEATURE Angel Armor Modular Ballistic Solutions


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ANGEL ARMOR


FREESTANDING ARMORED PANELS By LAW and ORDER Staff


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ew for 2015, Angel Armor has intro- duced their Modular Ballistic Solutions. These are low-profile, freestanding bal- listic panels rated at NIJ Threat Level IIIA. These ordinary-looking parti-


tions provide covert protection against virtually all handgun loads. The highly portable panels can be used in courthouses, hospitals, airports, special events, offices, security check- points, stadiums and schools. Completely modular, the panels can be configured to any entrance, walkway or staging area.


The standard panel heights are 3-foot and 4-foot. The standard panel widths are 2-foot, 3-foot, 4-foot and 5-foot. The panel finish is stainless steel and the support posts are stainless steel. Custom sizes, finishes and layouts are available.


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With the NIJ Threat Level IIIA, the panels are rated to stop virtually all handgun loads including 9mm 124-grain NATO FMJ and 44 Magnum 240-grain lead semi-wadcut- ter. Importantly, the panels are also rated to stop the FN 5.7x28mm loads. From the FBI Uniform Crime Report, 73 percent of law enforcement officers feloniously killed in the line of duty are killed with a handgun. Of course, the hard metal panels are also rated for multiple impact bullet protection.


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