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Live Fire Test on the SAPI IIIa


Armored Mobility live fire test of the SAPI IIIa plate using the P90 with, 5.7 x 28mm 40gr. SS197SR rounds

Discovery Channel coverage on the Armored Mobility Ballistic Material


See what makes our plates the strongest in the armor protection industry.

Armored Mobility's SAPI-3 Plate Reviewed by Tactical Life


In today's terror-threatened society, First Responders need as much protection as possible from all manner of firearms, from pistols all the way up to battle rifles. Having a degree of ballistic protection capable of withstanding hand-held and shoulder-fired firearm.




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Armored Mobility, Inc. SAPI-3 Armor Plate


The SAPI-3 Plate shot six times at 7 yards.

Armored Mobility Shields used by Swat Team


Using AMI shields, the Modesto Police Department was called to the Shell Gas Station at 1728 Oakdale Rd. for reports that a man was acting unstable and being extremely violent, destroying items in the store.

Armored Mobility Inc. Rapid Response Carrier and SAPI3 Plate Review


My agency responded to an active shooter in the workplace last week. Shots were fired. Hundreds of workers, fearing the worst, hid in their offices. There were gunfire injuries to a civilian. Our PD response was swift and decisive. The shooter was arrested.




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The Body Armor Story


So the story starts: Armored Mobility called us and said "we have some really cool Level III plates..."


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TAC3S Field Test


The Armored Mobility TAC3S body armor field test.

"Restriction on Possession or Purchase of Body Armor. It is against Federal Law for a person convicted of a violent felony to purchase or possess body armor. In addition, various States also have laws restricting the purchase or possession of body armor by persons convicted of drug crimes, certain felonies, or other crimes of violence. By purchasing body armor from AMI you acknowledge and certify that: (1) you have no felony convictions, (2) you have not been convicted of any other crime that would restrict your ability to purchase or possess body armor under any State or Federal law, (3) you do not intend to use the body armor for any criminal purpose and (4) you are over 18 years old. AMI reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to refuse to sell body armor to any person. Additionally, the sale of body armor to residents of Connecticut is restricted to in-person sales, unless the sale is made to certain law enforcement or military personnel. AMI will only sell to government entities, law enforcement, military, first responders, and other qualified personnel with proper credentials (eg; CCW permit, PI license, Armed Security Guard license, etc...).