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I recently read an article about how you can make Boron Carbide, (which is what they use on tanks, and is much, much stronger than Kevlar,), from an ordinary cotton T-shirt. If you have access to an oven that can get about 1300 degrees fahrenheit, that could be a relativity cheap way. http://news.discovery.com/tech/gear-and-gadgets/t-shirt-body-armor-tank.htm
I have personally dealt with a company called AR500 at www.AR500.com
They are great. Their product are legit.
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Airsoft-Proof Vest For Free
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BODICE - VEST WITH PEPLUM
Cheap/ Free DIY Airsoft Armor (Dragonskin)
Lined Vest From Old Clothing
Halo ODST Armor: Torso - Part 2 of 5 of ODST Armor Build
Vest from an old wool suit coat
Posted:Jan 19, 2010
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