You ever been to one of those tile stores that's mixed with a library? Turns out those are just fronts for body armor production lines. Also, Brian and Jason are dumb and you shouldn't try any of this.
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How you guys wear multiple layers or even jackets in texas is beyond me. I live in north dakota. Here if it hits 40 degrees out comes the tshirts, shorts, and sandals. Texas temps would be death wearing the stuff you guys do. How the hell?
Imagine waking up one morning like you would any other. It’s still dark out, and the world is still very asleep. Thoughts of coffee and setting fire to your workplace fill your mind, as is custom for anybody in your office workforce. As you get out of bed you look torwards your bedroom door to see Jason Murphy slowly walking up to you in the most threatening manner possible. You look closer and realize...
He has book and ceramic tile body armor duct taped to his body.
You try shooting him with the loaded pistol you keep in your end table for emergencies, but to no avail. He just keeps on droning torwards you, with a unconquerable expression plastered onto his mug, almost as if he can already taste his guaranteed victory over your tender mortal coil.
You keep shooting in a feeble attempt to ward him off, but he doesn’t even blink. He is dead set on your demise.
Once he makes his way up to your bedside he puts his hand up to your neck and lifts almost effortlessly. As you beg and plead for mercy, he starts constricting, steadily drawing the life out of your body. You can feel yourself losing consciousness by the second, and you finally realize that you are truly done for.
As the light slowly fades from your eyes, you hear one last thing. As you die in his hand he mutters, “Power is fleeting. Love is eter-”
You are dead before you hear the rest. He had fully succeeded in taking your life, and he hadn’t even broken a sweat in the process.
Ceramics actually perfect, as brittle, but hard things break up bullets and reduce their penetration. Then all you need it something to absorb the impact. Well thought out and I'm not even at the part where they tested it
They don't have the right ceramics for body armor. The military uses ceramic plates with steel back parts to make sure the ceramic doesn't pierce the wearer, and it is made out of a tougher clay, and is held together in a near vacuum tight seal that makes sure it doesn't split apart and create lareg air gaps easily.
I trust that the ceramic trauma plate I’m wearing, will stop a 357 magnum round travelling at 490 meters per second. I trust myself not to move, not to flinch. I trust my teammates. And they, trust me.
I worked with someone over 20 years ago that layered squares of lexan and linked them to form a vest for front back and side. He said it weighed about 25lbs when he finished, very hot, very restrictive
I made some stab-resistant body armor a bullet would rip right through it but what I did was I literally took some duct tape a 3-ring binder and some paper I got out of a ream I cut the two panels off of the 3-ring binder and basically made a sandwich out of that with about I would say I don't know 50 60 pages maybe 70 of paper and duct taped it all together and took my most razor sharp knife and stabbed it as hard as I could and it put like a dent I even tested axes on it and those only left a small cut
I don’t know if anyone in the comment section said anything about this, but ceramic is used in body armour to break up a bullet first before the bullet hits metal. Ceramic is not there to stop anything. It’s there to make a bullet easier to stop.
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