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Point Blank to exhibit State-of-the-Art system at SHOT Show
02
Feb '08
Point Blank Solutions Inc, a leader in the field of protective body armor, announced that the Company will showcase its innovative solutions at the 2008 Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show and Conference (SHOT Show). The premier industry event kicks off on Saturday, February 2, 2008 and will run until Tuesday, February 5, 2008 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Point Blank will be exhibiting its latest high-tech line of concealable, tactical and corrections body armor and accessories products including:
•PBBA & PACA's ThorShield electroshock weapon protection system – The first-of-its-kind durable, light weight, conductive material lining now available exclusively in Point Blank and PACA body armor products. The patented technology effectively protects wearers from less-lethal energy weapons such as TASER devices and stun guns, which have been growing threats to officers nationwide.
•PACA's Blue Steel vest – The vest's futuristic design is based on new advancements in ballistic technology and temperature regulating materials. The Tri-Level Temperature & Moisture Control System keeps the vest lightweight and breathable, allowing for maximum comfort. The result: Ultra modern, high-performance body armor.
•PBBA's Vision vest – The first Total Body Armor System that integrates Hi-Performance Ballistic materials with an innovative carrier design that features temperature regulating technologies, antimicrobial protection and Point Blank's exclusive Self Suspending Ballistic System. These innovations result in significantly cooler, dryer and more comfortable all-day performance.


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