BulletSafe Bulletproof Vest - Level IIIA - SIZE MEDIUM

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What is level IIIA and why is it the right vest for me? Level IIIA (3A) is typically the highest level of protection you will find in soft armor. Our vest will protect you from everything from a BB gun to a .44 magnum. That is great protection. Don't settle for other vests that offer level IIA or level II. You want level IIIA.

Another note on bulletproof vest sizing: Your bulletproof vest needs to fit in one main area: around your stomach. The length of the vest is not important as you can use the shoulder straps to adjust it; the important factor to consider is the diameter of your midsection. If you have a large belly try to order at the top of your size range so that you can fasten the vest around your mid-section. If you are a competitive cyclist or bodybuilder with a slim waist, order at the bottom of your size range.

What bullets can this vest protect against? A Class IIIA vest can protect against almost all handgun rounds. IIIA vests (ours included) are tested with bullets up to a .44 Magnum, which is a really powerful round. This vest will protect against smaller rounds as well. We are quite comfortable in saying that a class IIIA vest will protect you from almost any handgun you will encounter and certainly any handgun that someone conceals. Handgun violence makes up most of the shooting injuries in the US, so this bulletproof vest offers a great level of protection for you.

Dimensions by Vest Size
Size
Weight
 
Width of each protective panel
 
Height of each protective panel
Total protection area
Small
5.15 lbs.
 
16.25"
 
15.75"
390 sq. inches
Medium
5.70 lbs.
 
18"
 
15.75"
430 sq. inches
Large
5.70 lbs.
 
18"
 
15.75"
430 sq. inches
Extra Large
6.05 lbs.
 
18.5"
 
16"
450 sq. inches
2X
6.35 lbs.
 
19"
 
17"
490 sq. inches
4X
6.95 lbs.
 
21"
 
18"
560 sq. inches

NOTE: No international shipments of body armor is allowed.  We can only ship body armor to USA customers, and then only in 49 states-- Connecticut is excluded by Connecticut law.  Convicted felons surrender their right to own body armor.  The US has a federal ban on the possession of body armor by convicted felons (18 U.S.C. 931). Felons can only purchase bulletproof vests if their employer requires it and they get written permission to do so.