Selection of body armour should at least provide protection against the officer's own weapon.
products may contain technical data as defined in the International
Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR) 22 CFR 120.10 or the Export
Administration Regulations (EAR) 15 CFR Parts 730 – 780. The export of
this material may be controlled by these regulations and may not be
exported or transferred to non-U.S. persons without prior written
approval from the U.S. government.
PLEASE NOTE THAT BY PLACING AN ORDER YOU AGREE TO COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS REGARDING BODY ARMOUR
UNITED STATES LAW RESTRICTS POSSESSION OF BODY ARMOUR FOR CONVICTED FELONS.
States Law restricts possession of body armour for convicted felons.
Many U.S. states also have penalties for possession or use of body
armour for convicted felons. Armourer's Choice is also unable to ship
any body armour plates, shields, etc. to the state of Connecticut. By
purchasing body armour from Armourer's Choice you are certifying that
you have not been convicted of any crime that would restrict you from
being able to purchase or possess body armour under any Federal or State
laws. Furthermore, you are acknowledging that you do not intend to use
the body armour for any criminal purpose.
Canadian Provinces -
(Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Nova Scotia) A license is
required to possess body armour. While you should educate yourself on
the local and provincial laws, there are no such restrictions in the
rest of the country.