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Bullet resistant acrylic for your shooting pleasure – ready to ship

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by Teke, Jun 17, 2007.

  1. Teke

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    We took the bullet resistant acrylic out of a few of our convenience stores. This is Level 1 Acrylic 1¼” thick. Rated for handguns, but will slow down a lot of stuff I’ve been told. I thought it would be fun to test out at a range or in the field. Originally I was not going to ship this stuff due to weight. Thanks to the USPS & their flat rate boxes I will be shipping it out to whoever wants to test it out.

    The pieces are approximately 13" x 11" or a variation of this I am using the USPS Priority flat rate boxes that will hold 2 of these pieces & will ship for $8.95. I will try to keep them as uniform in size as possible but due to the original sizes of out windows I am sure there will be some 8” x ?? Or something weird like that. If you want or need identical pieces I will try to accommodate you when possible.

    I am asking $20 per sheet or $15 per sheet if you buy 2. Plus actual shipping. I take money however you can get it to me but I do prefer PayPal & I don’t charge fees for using it.

    I have pieces ready to ship.

    I have included a couple of pictures to show what they look like.

    Please contact via email as I don’t check the boards often.

    Thanks
    Sean
    hoffmanns@gmail.com


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    From left to right and top to bottom

    9mm-------------------------9mm--------------------357 SIG
    Speer GD 124 +P------Federal HST 124+P-----------Speer GD 125

    357 SIG-----------------357SIG----------------------45 ACP
    Fed Premium 125-------DT 125 GD-----------------Speer GD 230

    223----------------------------223-------------------223
    Hornady TAP 60------- -Black Hills Blue Box---------Hornady TAP 75
    -----------------------------68 NMHP----------------------

    Pistols shot at 10 yards
    Rifles shot at 15 yards

    Only the 68 and 75 gr 223 loads penetrated the acrylic
    I shot it today with IMI 855 and that went all the way through

    The 357 SIG rounds from DT and Speer did the most damage of the pistol rounds. The 45 just bounced off!!



    And for those who are wondering.....I still have lots of this stuff!!!
     
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    be careful shooting that . I took a .45 ball round in the leg shooting some of that many years ago. came straight back about 20 yards:supergrin:
     
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    ya i think it would be wise to be careful when shooting this stuff. its' very durable & they don't call it Bullet resistant for nothing :thumbsup:
     
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    How many pieces do you have?? PM me with the info please.
     
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    check your email!