GH Armor Systems is one of the fastest growing body armor companies, for several reasons!
There are many companies that handle police supplies and equipment but only a select network of them offer the finest selections of products for use in the field. As one of the most important pieces of gear is body armor, we decided to look at companies offering police supplies and equipment and specifically who is making the finest brands of body armor today. Several of the top manufacturers include Point Blank, Second Chance, American Body Armor and GH Armor. Although the first three names have good reputations, GH Armor is considered the best quality and most affordable option out of all of them by many in the law enforcement community. There is increasing number of state, local and federal bids that are specifically requesting GH Armor Systems in their bid specifications. Based out of Dover, Tennessee, GH Armor has a wide array of body armor options which are considered to be the most cutting edge by the law enforcement community and the reason for the increased buzz surrounding their brand.
The new standard of ballistic protection is NIJ 01.01.06. Some body armor companies are still not up to date with this latest standard, but GH Armor has all of it's offerings meeting up. Although previously thought that any strides made in body armor technology was due to lighter weight materials with increased stopping power, the new standard is actually heavier than the previous NIJ interim 05 standard. GH Armor Systems offers concealable, tactical and corrections lines with a total of 5 different series offered with the NIJ 01.01.06 standard. These include the Helix, ProX, LiteX, TitanX, and Talon X. The Helix is the lightest weight option offered with street pricing starting in the $600 - $700 range for level II and more higher threat levels. Another light weight option is the LiteX models with prices starting in the $500 - $600 range and then the ProX which can be purchased in the high $300 to $400 range depending on threat level. All of their vests come with a moisture wicking fabric for coolness and comfort. Each carrier also is configured to accept a 5" x 8" or 8" x 10" soft or hard trauma plate. In addition, all ballistic inserts come with heat sealed seams for extra protection and water resistance.
It is equally important to find a police supplies and equipment company that is both knowledgeable and can also walk you through the process of product selection to best fit your needs as well as ensuring proper fit. Some dealers offer in-stock programs for immediate delivery and ability to try on sizes. Other dealers and distributors may offer on site fittings with a 100% guarantee of fit. Some of these companies include Police Equipment Depot and INTAPOL Industries that actually offer both on site fittings and in stock try-ons. If you seek the finest body armor at the best possible pricing, seek out GH Armor Systems from your dealer today.
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