fiberglass armor run up for early recon
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yea, I think the rooster's clock began its countdown today. :)
Yes well I didn't want to wear the rubberized canvas under tunic for the picture, but any time you need to bite me you know where I am. The chickens are looking fabulous by the way, though I am not sure about the pocket rooster...
Looks like a tasty shoulder to me!
Thank You Kieran. I asked myself in an actual event what would be my concerns. I would want to stay very mobile, I would want something that would protect against blitz attacks from the side or rear, and I would want something that was easy to disinfect. That's why we came up with the "Badger" suit. It is composed of automotive gasket fabric with layers of metal screen, with a hard fiberglass shell.
The problem isn't just being bitten Daniel. These things are carrying a viral load that is systemic. It is all their fluids. You head shoot one at close range down wind and you have a blood mist which can drift fifteen to twenty feet, slash a runner in the throat and you will have blood shoot ten feet, and that's not talking about cast off from weapons if you have to swing more than once. How long do you think that will stay active on an untreated surface? Hep C stays about twenty days, some viruses nobody knows. I work around contagious people every day and I promise you I won't wear an out layer that isn't thrown out or sterilized. You want to go with leather you have at it. I want something that I can rinse off, spray with bleach, dip in lysol, and whatever else I can think of. I won't look all mad max, but I probably won't end up eating the cat either.
You know, a simple leather jacket would do. Go hit up a biker shop and it will cover 90+% of your body well. But I gotta give you kudo's for being creative.
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