Safe Direction Ballistic Containment System

Safe Direction Ballistic Containment System

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    Safe Direction Ballistic Containment System

    Just stumbled across this product. Absolutely no replacement for safe handling methods but would it be worthwhile as a tool to reduce damage from an AD.

    Kind of pricey. Alternatives?

    http://www.safedirection.com/firearm...sandcases.html


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    Well it does seem to work.



    It is a piece of real ballistic material, so I don't know if there's anything cheaper that matches the portability and "containment" factor of this product. Otherwise, you could just fill a five gallon bucket with dense playground sand and put the plastic lid back on (like a big bucket of laundry detergent). Point it right at the center of the lid. That way, if you ND, it hopefully will be contained in the sand, and the lid shoudl help contain much of the mess from the sand. If you want even more protection, put the bucket on top of a few phone books, and maybe even add a few cement blocks too.

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    Alternatives? A 5-gallon bucket of damp sand or a stack of thick phone books.
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    I like the portability of the product. The cost though.....

    Well as they say, it is a way to reduce liability AFTER a ND. Something to consider I guess.
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    I'm wondering if you just couldn't grab a used level IIIA Kevlar panel AKA Ballistic BPV insert for half that or less.

    They pop up all the time on Ebay.

    Or stack two Level IIs one on top the other because the Level IIs usually go much cheaper & would equal a Level IIIA.

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