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Thread: The Great Plate Debate

  1. #111
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    Quote Originally Posted by omegajb View Post
    I've heard that hard armor can be tricky with women because of their chest which could make fitment problematic.

    You could always get a carrier and level IIIa soft armor which might fit better.

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    My wife really didn't have issues with the LAPG plates, but yes there is a bit of "a front side coverage" but it does protect most vitals and I didn't see much out there in plates for women.

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    Any reccomendation on the soft body armor? After a quick search, only coming up with a couple options, most of which, never heard of the company.
    I wondered the same about plates, fitment issues as a result of "anatomical differences," lol. My wife loves shooting, but couldn't hurt a fly. I just want something for a HD situation, just in case, and the soft armor sounds like a better fit for that role. Thanks again for the advice.
    Last edited by pstk5088; 01-19-21 at 12:02.

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    I got my set of L3s from LAPG yesterday. They're thicker than I'd expected, but they fit great in my Mayflower carrier. I haven't yet put the carrier on with both plates in place due to a back problem I'm hopefully almost through with.
    "You people have too much time on your hands." - scottryan

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