Ballistic Face Shields stop the Stops 9mm FMJ 124 gr. and smaller rounds. Some face shields are rated for Multi-Hit and some are only rated for one single shot. Determine your threat level and decide which is best for you. The money you save on a single-hit face shield may not be worth the savings. There are no NIJ Level ratings for ballistic face shields.
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How do you mount ballistic face shields?
Ballistic Face Shields are mounted to your ballistic helmet via a mounting ring that goes around the ballistic helmet. This allows any personnel with a ballistic helmet to wear the face protection. For quotes or questions about ballistic protection as it relates to face shields, body armor or ballistic shields, please reach out to the knowledgable staff at EOD Gear.
Do ballistic face shields work?
Ballistic face shields are rated to stop 9mm rounds and smaller. They also help protect from frag and projectiles. Bulletproof face shields are designed to mounted to ballistic helmets, which also protection against similar ballistic threats. Most face shields are rated for a single hit but there are multi-hit versions available at a slightly higher price. You will need to determine if the slightly higher price is worth the investment. Be sure to get your official command quote from EOD Gear to get best pricing for your armor requirements.