The ballistic shield aids special law enforcement teams in defensive maneuvers as a protective barrier against most types of gunfire. Today’s defensive shields protect against several types of bullets, specifically long gun, hand gun, and shotgun projectiles. Most are straight or curved to maximize the protective surface area of the shield.
Special law enforcement teams use shields when entering hostile territory. SWAT teams frequently employ them to help eliminate the threat of unknown hostile capacity on the opposing side of an infiltration, suppression, or apprehension mission. They protect not only the bearer but also additional SWAT members who serve other protective functions.
Riot police also handle tactical shields to prevent rioters from misusing dangerous weapons. Rioters are often impassioned and cannot control their impulses, causing them to become a threat to public safety. The shield can act as a physical barrier to keep rioters out of areas in which they can cause harm to civilian bystanders.
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Features & Benefits of Tactical Shields:
Ballistic shields available through Chase Tactical grant military-grade ballistic protection in a lightweight, portable design.
Ultra-lightweight construction – Protection from bullets and shrapnel that weighs as little as 6 pounds, which allows for sustained protection on long-term missions.
Superior portability – Include the shield in a number of complex maneuvers without having to sacrifice mobility.
Ambidextrous handle – Reduce fatigue and increase total mobility with supportive ergonomics.
Injury reduction technology – Shock-absorbing materials reduce injury from direct shield hits that cause secondary damage.
Carry equipment integration – Webbing at the bottom of the shield sleeve attaches to load-bearing equipment to provide protection and flexibility.
Multiple shields can be combined to protect large units of operators in unusually dangerous situations.
Common Applications for Shield Use:
Law enforcement and military defensive and tactical units can use ballistic shields for:
• Special Tactics Missions – employ shields when entering unknown territory.
• Immobilization – disable long-range shooters with minimal risk.
• Riot Control – keep rioters at bay to prevent them from harming bystanders.
• Close Quarters Combat – place shield operators at the frontline for offensive maneuvers.
Smarter, lighter-weight designs now allow tactical planners to include shields on the offensive line. Room clearing and immobilization are now easier and more effective than ever.
Why Should I Have a Shield?
Body armor and helmets are indispensable for protection during high-intensity firefights and emergency operations, but when the mission calls for precise, careful movement and effective clearing with minimal risk, a tactical shield is unmatched.
The life-saving protection offered by your shield is a value far beyond the price. When mission success means you live to fight another day, don’t compromise on your level of safety. Stop bullets and shrapnel from causing failed objectives and lost lives – rely on a defensive shield from Chase Tactical.
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