Welcome to our in-house proudly manufactured USA Made AR500 Level III Plate Inserts.
The RTS Tactical AR500 Level III Inserts will mitigate the impact of an onslaught of high-velocity rifle rounds as well as absorb other blunt force trauma in an active shooter situation. These field-tested RTS Tactical steel armor plates are designed for effectiveness from common street threats far beyond the requirements of the NIJ Standard 0101.06 Level III. First responders and law-abiding citizens can confidently eliminate a threat knowing they are adequately armored.
Compared to other armor options like ceramic or polyethylene armor, RTS Tactical steel armor is capable of stopping an onslaught of high-velocity rounds without the plate breaking apart.
When it comes to durability, steel armor shines brightest, no matter how many times its dropped or is beaten up, the steel will not lose its ballistic integrity.
Unlike ceramic or polyethylene body armor, steel armor has full surface protection as it is constructed of a solid piece of AR500 steel.
RTS Tactical AR500 armor has an extreme durable polyurea coating to help ensure minimal fragmentation escaping the outer layer as well as protecting the armor from water and moisture.
RTS Tactical Level III AR500 Armor is capable of stopping multiple rifle rounds as per NIJ 0101.06 III - up to powerful 7.62x51 (M80)
Yes, our steel armor plates come as a set of two.
Yes, any adult can purchase and use a bulletproof vest unless that adult has been convicted of a felony.
RTS Tactical ships to all 50 States, including Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, and Puerto Rico.
Adding side armor to your kit setup is highly recommended as it ensures the extra kidney and side of your body protection.
While steel armor is a popular option when a projectile hit the steel, this can cause fragmentation to fly off of the plate and we highly recommend upgrading your steel armor to the spall coated option.
Yes, the RTS Tactical armor lineup are all waterproof.
The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) states that body armor is generally allowed in your personal carry-on and checked bags, although TSA officers have the final say on whether certain items are allowed to pass through checkpoints.
AR500/600 Steel Armor 10 years.