British Special Forces Testing new BulletProof Helmet


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And now to kill the hype with some fun facts

-Many manufacturers of all kinds of products do approach members of special forces by various means to give them free samples to test out so they can later on boast that their products are being tested or used by X special force to give credibility to their product, deserving or not.

- For warfare purposes, something that can only stop a bullet from a handgun is considered to be for protection against shrapnel rather than actually "bullet proof".

- That guy in the video was shooting an airsoft rifle.


Furthermore, the design obviously prioritizing form over function and the aesthetic customization options reinforces my idea that this product is aimed more towards the airsoft and Call of Duty crowd than actual professionals

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