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Rapid Deployment Shield

June 26, 2014
San Tan Gear's Rapid Deployment Shield (RDS) allows patrol officers to carry a ballistic Level IIIA shield in the front passenger seat of their patrol car for quick access and deployment.

Shield Mount

May 30, 2014
Body armor manufacturer Armor Express has devised a patent-pending MOLLE shield mount system that's easy to attach and can help alleviate back pain.

Trooper Shield

May 30, 2014
The Trooper ballistic shield is a clipboard designed to stop a bullet to the neck, face, or head once deployed.

TSI Ballistic Shields

May 30, 2014
Protech Tactical's TSI shields are available in three sizes: 20-by-34 inches, 24-by-36 inches, and 20-by-48 inches.

Flex Shield

May 30, 2014
Patriot3's Flex Shield with Flex-Mode capability allows it to conform to various surfaces with a deployment time of approximately 10 seconds.

Lowering the Shields

April 1, 2014

Whether you work for a large department or a small department, if you're responsible for keeping the peace, then you should be training in the latest mobile field force tactics.

DeadStop Shield: The One-Handed Bullet Deflector

November 16, 2010

LCOA Composites has harnessed its experience creating military vehicle armor and deployable ballistic shelters to develop new DeadStop lightweight police shield technology. The company's ported lightweight Level IIIA shield weighs less than 14 pounds so it can be held with one hand.

Shield Flashlight Mount

October 1, 2007
Known for its tactical light systems, TACM III now has a flashlight mounting systems for ballistic shields. The Shield Mount is designed to hold the TACM III one-inch diameter flashlight. The light is specifically designed to withstand the G-forces experienced with rough field handling.
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