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Michael Logan: Body armor. Young & Basile P C, August 8, 2000: US06098196 (46 worldwide citation)

An extendable neck/face protecting ballistic shield attached to a ballistic vest for rapid deployment between storage and neck/face protecting positions.


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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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Leach Jack, Fash William G: Ballistic vest. Burlington, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 1, 1975: US3891996 (37 worldwide citation)

A ballistic vest having ballistic members which are positioned in the front and rear of the torso of a person each member having a plurality of layers of alternately spaced woven fabric sheets of (1) ballistic nylon fiber and (2) aramid fiber. The members are contained within envelopes which are fas ...


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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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Richard A Carlson: Energy absorbing device for ballistic body armor. Safari Land, Christie Parker & Hale, November 8, 2005: US06961957 (27 worldwide citation)

A ballistic vest having a front panel and a rear panel attached to each other by releasable connectors. The front and rear panel each have a ballistic package having a plurality of sheets of ballistic material and a semi-rigid frame structure attached to the layers of the ballistic material. The fra ...


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Murray L Neal: Lightweight fabric based body armor. Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, March 16, 2004: US06705197 (23 worldwide citation)

A soft fabric multithreat ballistic vest is disclosed. The vest is a combination of different types of ballistic fabric used together, One type of ballistic fabric serves to slow and deform a projectile through plastic deformation and heat transfer. The other material serves to slow a projectile and ...


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Brad Ditchfield, Richard Carlson, Veronique Leveneur, Roger Min: Concealable ballistic vest. Safari Land, Christie Parker & Hale, May 22, 2001: US06233737 (21 worldwide citation)

A ballistic vest having a front panel and a rear panel having mating side edge configured in a ball and socket configuration. The front panel has either a concave or convex waistline. The front and rear panels are connected by stretchable neoprene straps with hook and loop fasteners at the end of th ...


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Ted Graham, Michael W Sankey: Ballistic vest. Wood Herron & Evans, March 16, 2004: US06704934 (15 worldwide citation)

Improved body armor includes a ballistic panel having an internal ballistic component protected from moisture by an integral, sonic welded moisture impervious cover. No moisture can intrude into the ballistic component. Mildew and moisture induced performance degradation is prevented. Cost of owners ...


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Richard A Carlson: Articulated body armor/duty gear support vest. Safariland, Christie Parker & Hale, May 11, 2010: US07712148 (12 worldwide citation)

A ballistic vest having an articulated body armor component and duty gear support component connected together such that the body armor and duty gear support component each support the weight of duty gear items positioned on a duty gear belt. The body armor component includes a rear panel fastened t ...