Message from TiborSzalasi-MI in Charlottesville 2.0 #flags_banners_signs
i bet that is expensive as shit
This has a 3A rating. It's not rated for your rifle calibers but it'll go up to a 44 Magnum
yeah I was looking at the 3+ stuff
the lightweight 3+ looks decent
600 a set
so double the price of AR500, how does it do against multiple hits I wonder
I'm going to bring it with the plates. But I will probably end up putting the stab-proof sheet metal in just because of weight and Heat concerns
I was debating on bringing mine or not.
I don't expect to be on the front lines, but you never know
I am bringing my kevlar though
Bulletsafe makes a real nice 3A Kevlar vest for 299$. I thought about purchasing one of those but money is a little tight with the trip.
I'm in the process of painting my shield
yeah i meant my kevlar helmet
@FashyPolack don't use Vanguard America's propaganda if you're going to crop out our website and name and not give us credit
Idea: people from out-of-state should bring a flag from their state
It would be cool to see all the different flags from those represented
States from the south should fly their Confederate State Flag.
1/4" cold rolled will stop virtually all handgun threats, and rifle up to about 2300 fps. 7.62x39 will put a hell of a wollop on it but wont penetrate
5.56 will slice right through
IIIa will also stop 12 gauge 00 buck and slugs, though you'll likely need a trip to the hospital from a slug hit.
I don't think we will be needing rifle plates soft IIIA should be good enough more worried about knives then being shot
Just go with aluminum linked chain mail for knife attacks. Don't ask me where to find one or how to get fitted though 😂
Most Level 3A is also stab resistant
I will be bringing a plate carrier but it will be in my bug out bag with my long gun...
@jackwhite : I never cropped anything, simply saw a cool poster and shared it. Nothing but respect for VA.
Anybody planning on doing a horizontal banner like this?
The horizontals.... if built and manned well, are pretty good at holding a perimeter
@The Goy Scout Yes and they are also good for screening movement within the formation
Hey where do you goys get your flags made?
One of OUR GUYS
Any one know what a good material for a flag to be made out of is? I want to order one but don't know what material is shit and whats not.
Seems these days nylon and polyester are the standards. I'm not sure what's best for whatever printing method you're using.
I have 2 flagpoles about 6 ft 1.25" wooden dowels. Should I cut one shorter for the rally? Anyone know if there is there any legal restrictions on length of that kind of thing in the city?