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(Video) Point Blank Discusses V2 Pro Performance System at SHOT Show 2020

POLICE Editor David Griffith speaks with Point Blank's Mike Foreman and Michael Haynes about their new V2 Pro Performance System at SHOT Show 2020.

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Body Armor 2020

These vests and ballistic carriers will help protect you on the job.

Point Blank Vest Saves New York City Police Officer

Officer Wintermute was shot in the chest, but was saved by his body armor produced by Point Blank Enterprises.

First Tactical Chosen for the UK Police National Tactical Uniform Tender

First Tactical has been chosen for the UK Police National Tactical Uniform Tender. They will be supplying tactical shirts and trousers predominantly procured for armed police officers.

Product Test: Gould & Goodrich Delta Wing OWB and IWB Holsters

Gould & Goodrich's new concealment holsters are built to be flexible for quick and accurate draws under stress.

Point Blank Announces "Deep" Discounts on Armor for Reserve, Auxiliary Officers

"Many reserve and auxiliary officers receive equipment from their policing agency, including body armor. But many reserves and auxiliaries are required to purchase at least some of their own gear," said Dr. Ross Wolf, president of the Volunteer Law Enforcement Officer Alliance.

Point Blank Enterprises Awarded Body Armor Contract by U.S. Marine Corps

Point Blank Enterprise Inc. has been awarded a $215.9 million body armor contract by the United States Marine Corps Systems Command. The Marine Corps Low Intensity Threat Environment (LITE) body armor insert is designed to maximize ballistic protection at a reduced weight.

Florida Agency Uses Grant Funds to Buy Steel-Plate Body Armor for Active-Shooter Response

A $54,976 grant from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement will go toward purchasing 162 vests.

SHOT Show 2019: Report from the Aisles

Numerous law enforcement products debuted or were featured at this year's SHOT Show.

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Point Blank Prevails in Lawsuit Over Vest Suspension System

The United States Federal Court in the southern district of Florida has denied a motion for class certification of a lawsuit that was filed against Point Blank Enterprises, Inc., and has dismissed the case. In the case, a few individual Ohio police officers and two law enforcement associations alleged that a nationwide class should be certified to pursue claims that Point Blank’s Self-Suspending Ballistic System for shoulder straps used on ballistic vests was defective.