Child Body Armor

For young recreational operators:

Child-Body-Armor

Notice I said young recreational operators… not child soldiers, because that shit ain’t cool with me.  When you’re a kid you should be building forts, farting and laughing at it in public, eating copious amounts of candy, and doing everything in your power to avoid cooties… not forced into fighting for your country.  That said, if you do live in one of those countries that embraces kids fighting, then you might as well be safe about it, not draped in some ridiculous PFD (personal flotation device), or duct taping a cinder block to your chest like I’ve seen in the past.

boy-scouts-bearded-kids-2Not even parents who are scared of guns and everything else would touch these awesome little rigs for their delicate little offspring because they look too “military”.

$99 over at The Tactical Medic.

Thoughts?

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Grudge February 26, 2014 at 10:24 am

I wonder if these are more for the tactical paintballer/airsofter.

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PJ February 26, 2014 at 10:46 am

Don’t worry about gun shy parents. The website says they “plan to offer the slick version in bright non-tactical colors like red, true green, and blue (possibly also in “safety” colors like lime green and hunter orange)”. But the slick one won’t have the hard plate pocket option, leaving those parents’ children vulnerable to baby-killin’ assault weapon fire.

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dgdimick February 26, 2014 at 12:25 pm

I have seen some guys that are selling these, not sure if it’s the same guys, where their mentality is to outfit their small kids while at the range. If you’re worried about a small kid being hurt at the range, MAYBE you should leave them at home?

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DerekWright July 31, 2014 at 01:52 am

This is something different. But yes sometimes children also need body armor. If the neighborhood is bad or where a riot can happen soon.

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