INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Instruction Manual:

  • WARNING: Body armour plate insert are not bullet proof, it is bullet resistant. It might prevent injury or death and it is not to be played with.

  • Ensure you are using the right plate for the right threat level you will be facing.

  • Ensure the armour insert you are using in you carrier vest can stop the weapon calibre you will be using.

  • It is recommended to use soft armour in conjunction with you plate armour. Firstly it gives you a second line of protection and secondly it will help prevent back face trauma from your armour insert.

  • Ensure the body armour plates insert is installed the right way round. Strike face towards the thread. The Label will indicate where the strike face is.

  • Soft armour or trauma packs must be place at the back of your body armour inserts in the carrier vest.

  • Damaged plates must be replaced before facing any other threat level and must not to be used again.

Tips:

  • If your plate carrier vest allows you to place one size bigger body armour insert in the rear of carrier vest pocket do so. It gives you more protection to your rear and will help counterbalance all the extra gear on the front, by weighing down the back of your carrier vest in turn balancing your carrier vest with the extra gear on the front.

  • Ensure the front plate is not too wide that it interferes with your rifles butt stock to your shoulder.

  • When fitting your plate carrier vest to your body it must have a snug fit to the body, not to lose or too tight, you must be able to take deep breaths.

  • Ensure you are able to hold your pistol in the isosceles and weaver stance without plate interference.

  • Ensure your plate carrier vest does not push up on to your duty belt and push up in to your throat when you sit or bend over to touch your boots.

  • WARNING: Body armour plate insert are not bullet proof, it is bullet resistant. It might prevent injury or death and it is not to be played with.