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Allen L Price, Oliver L North, Joseph F Fernandez: Lightweight ballistic protective device. Guardian Technologies International, John J Byrne, July 12, 1994: US05327811 (52 worldwide citation)

A body armor vest, the principle components of which are SPECTRA SHIELD packages sandwiched between SPECTRA woven fabric packages, and the combination of the carrier, packages, groin protector and the securing devices contribute a more adaptable vest of increased projectile resistance, reduced weigh ...


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Jeff S Nelson, Allen L Price: Ballistic vest. Safariland, Christie Parker & Hale, April 15, 1997: US05619748 (41 worldwide citation)

A ballistics vest of the soft body armor type comprises multiple overlying layers of a thin, flexible fabric made of woven plastic fibers secured together to form a soft, flexible front panel located on a strike side of the vest, and multiple overlying layers of a thin, flexible imperforate plastic ...


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Allen L Price, Steven A Young: Ballistic vest. Safariland, Christie Parker & Hale, July 27, 1999: US05926842 (34 worldwide citation)

A ballistic vest of the soft body armor type comprises a plurality of overlying first flexible layers arranged in a stack on a strike side of the vest and a plurality of overlying second flexible layers arranged in a stack on a body side of the vest. One of the first or second flexible layers compri ...


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Allen L Price: Multi-component ballistic vest. Safariland, Christie Parker & Hale, March 10, 1998: US05724670 (28 worldwide citation)

A multi-component ballistic package for a ballistic vest comprises a first sub-panel on the strike side of the vest having overlying plies of woven ballistic fabric, a second sub-panel behind the first sub-panel comprising overlying plies of woven ballistic fabric, a third sub-panel behind the secon ...


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Eric D Ritter, David F Erb Jr, Allen L Price: Enhanced energy absorbing materials. Tex Tech, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, December 15, 2009: US07631405 (4 worldwide citation)

Dense, highly stable, high performance ballistic material comprises at least one woven layer of ballistic grade fiber (preferably a stack of such layers) and at least one nonwoven layer of fabric which is entangled with the woven or unidirectional layer by needle felting. The resulting core material ...


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Allen L Price, David F Erb Jr, Eric D Ritter: Enhanced energy absorbing materials. Tex Tech, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, September 5, 2006: US07101818 (2 worldwide citation)

Dense, highly stable, high performance ballistic material comprises at least one woven layer of ballistic grade fiber (preferably a stack of such layers) and at least one nonwoven layer of fabric which is entangled with the woven or unidirectional layer by needle felting. The resulting core material ...


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Allen L Price, David F Erb, Eric D Ritter: Enchanced energy absorbing materials. Tex Tech, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, July 8, 2004: US20040132368-A1

Dense, highly stable, high performance ballistic material comprises at least one woven layer of ballistic grade fiber (preferably a stack of such layers) and at least one nonwoven layer of fabric which is entangled with the woven or unidirectional layer by needle felting. The resulting core material ...


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Eric D Ritter, David F Erb, Allen L Price: Enhanced energy absorbing materials. Tex Tech, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, April 12, 2007: US20070079487-A1

Dense, highly stable, high performance ballistic material comprises at least one woven layer of ballistic grade fiber (preferably a stack of such layers) and at least one nonwoven layer of fabric which is entangled with the woven or unidirectional layer by needle felting. The resulting core material ...