Ballistic Helmets For Sale NIJ Level IIIA MICH 2000 Bulletproof Helmet
Ballistic Helmets For Sale NIJ Level IIIA MICH 2000 Bulletproof Helmet
Model Number: MICH 2000 Tactical helmet
This tactical combat helmet shell adopts the advanced environmental elastomer spraying process which imported from America, compared with traditional painting is not sensitive to temperature and humidity, shows the advantages of good mechanical properties, outstanding ageing resistance performance, one-piece cladding. Avoiding the MICH helmet strip easily affected by the temperature and humidity to chip, flake etc.There are two materials to choose from：1.Stamped from 18 layers of Kevlar material;2.Punched from 28 laminated polyethylene materials.They all meet Protection Level NIJ 0101.06 Level III A.
If you need extra protection to go with this helmet, make sure to check out the best NIJ rated IIIA Bulletproof Face Mask in the market today to ensure your safety at all times.
- Lightweight and higher performing than old Kevlar helmets, capable of NIJ IIIA
- Can stop 44 Magnum, 9mm, 45 cal, 40 cal, 38, 12 gauge slug, buckshot, and many more!
- Materials and craftsmanship is the same for civilians as it is for police and military
- Tested above and beyond the latest NIJ standards.
- Rapid adjusting headband.
- Fully adjustable 4 point chin straps with a cloth chin grip.
- Memory padding that’s fully adjustable with Velcro. It can be removed, exchanged, and beaten up and still keeps its shape for years to come. Feels hard at first? Leave it in for a minute.
- Tactical rail system with 2 point bungee and vertical + horizontal rails.
- Medium: 1.45kg
- Large: 1.50kg
- X-Large: 1.58kg
- Kevlar Aramid
- Polyethylene Fiber
- NIJ IIIA latest 0106.01 standard surpassed in testing
- Complies with: US Standard - Mill STD 662 E, UK Standard - UK/SC/5449, NATO Standard - STANAG 2920
- Self defense for army and police + private party
- Suitable for head size
- Medium: 56-58cm
- Large: 58-61cm
- X-Large: 61-63cm
Q: What is a MICH/ACH helmet?
A: The MICH or Modular Integrated Communication Helmet was created in response to the weight of the previously used PASGT Helmet. The PASGT helmet was heavier and didn't have attachment rails or NVG mounts. So in order to mount anything to it, soldiers would have to carefully drill holes into their helmets, which could compromise the integrity of the Kevlar in the helmets. The PASGT helmet was also very heavy, so many soldiers opted for the fully plastic Bump helmet so they could have their attachments without the weight of the PASGT helmet. The MICH helmet is lightweight and has NVG attachment capabilities and 4 way attachment rails already built in.
Q: How is this helmet different from the competition?
A: This MICH/ACH ballistic helmet offers IIIA (aka 3A) protection. This means that it rises to, then goes above and beyond in performance compared to most other helmets on the market. Our helmets are capable of taking multiple strikes, stabbings, shrapnel, etc. Some unique features include; highly adjustable interior padding, rigid exterior, smooth coat interior, all-weather paint, NVG mount, 4-way attachment rail system, extra padding that's Velcro adjustable, bungees, cloth chin strap, and ratcheting head-capture system to fit almost any head size and shape.
Q: What attachments will this helmet take AND where can I get the ones that are pictured?
A: We didn't want to force customers into some proprietary or non-standard system. So we use the standard rail system and configurations for all our mounts/rails. Standard multi-NVG mount and standard rail system just to name two. This lets you fit all those attachments you already have, plus all the after-market ones you might need in the field. FBK-1901 7.62mm Launcher Protection Ballistic Face Shield.
Q: What is the return policy?
A: We are flexible. Please note that should the helmet show any signs of wear on a return, we cannot offer refunds for customer safety. Simply put, don't try to pull a fast one after you take those sweet Instagram pics on your sweaty head. (See our Shipping & Return Policy at the bottom of this page for more details)
Wondering how to choose the best helmet? Check out our ballistic helmet guide.
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Whether you are on a high-risk mission abroad, a law enforcement officer in US lands, or for a tactical leisure activity, the helmet you pick must have the perfect fit.
To have the ideal fit, you need to choose the best type with the correct helmet size. It will boost your performance and will also increase your safety.
We'll show you how to choose the best size and include some advice for selecting the best ballistic helmet for your needs.
The helmet is one of the oldest protective gear that goes back to the 23rd century BC. Modern ballistic helmets have lighter yet sturdier materials, such as carbon fiber, Kevlar, and high-impact resistant plastic.
Innovative designs aim to provide a high-performing and efficient solution for combative activities, including military and law enforcement operations.
FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN PICKING A BALLISTIC HELMET
When looking for a tactical helmet, it is critical to understand that what you purchase can protect you from harm. It should have undergone thorough testing and has a design that can meet the US military or NIJ standards.
Here are three top characteristics that you should consider when choosing your Tactical Helmet.
If your helmet sits too low on your head, the tendency to block your field of vision is high. It can impede your eyewear's effectiveness and might even be the cause of lowered agility in a combat field.
Typically, shell head measurement comes in four sizes: small (S), medium (M), large (L), and extra-large (XL). These sizes can vary by brand and maker, they generally equate to:
S = 21in - 22 1/2in (53 - 55cm)
M = 22in - 23 1/2in (55 - 58cm)
L = 23in - 24 1/2in (58 - 61cm)
XL = 24in - 25 1/4in (61 - 63cm)
However, you should always check with the manufacturer to be certain about the helmet you're interested in.
Here is a step-by-step guideline that you can follow to know what helmet size is correct for you.
- Sit in an upright position.
- Have your comrade measure your head length. Let your comrade start in the middle of the brows to the back of your head. You can use a caliper (preferred) or a tape measure. Record the measurements.
- The next step is to determine the measurement of your head width. Do it by getting the widest length between the left and right side of the skull. Let your comrade position the caliper or tape measure just above your ears. Again, do not forget to record your measurements.
- Now, get your maximum head circumference and record the measurement. Remember that you are sitting in an upright position. It is best to take the measurement just above the bony brow ridges while passing the tape measure just above the ears.
- You can check with helmet brands on the best recommendation of helmet size based on your measurements,
If your tactical helmet sits too high, the risk of it being unstable is high. A loose-fit helmet can be a nuisance and can cause you annoyance than can lower your focus.
Remember that a low focus can cause you harm or even your life on a battlefield. It means stability is a critical factor in choosing your tactical or Military Helmet.
The question is: How can you check if the fit is appropriate for you? Here are some indicators for you to take note of:
- Tactical helmets typically have a four-point chin strap/ belt. Tighten the belt and check if the helmet feels snug, but not too tight and not too loose.
- Check if the helmet’s crown pad reaches the top of your head.
- Look above using your eyes without tilting your head up. You should see the rim of your helmet. If you can see the inside of your helmet, the helmet might be too low and loose. If you can’t see the rim, the helmet might be too small for you that makes it sit too high on your head.
- Your tactical helmet must remain in place when you move your head from side to side or shake your head.
- Ask a comrade to assess if your helmet is stable. He should see that the front rim is approximately half an inch on top of the eyebrows.
The wearer should feel comfortable while using a ballistic helmet. A good one will not hamper your performance and can even boost its wearer’s protection and safety, especially during combat.
IMPORTANT FACTORS WHEN CHOOSING A TACTICAL HELMET
Before you choose and purchase a ballistic helmet, you have to know and understand why there are various types of helmets and what you should look for when picking one. Here are some tips that you should keep in mind:
- Assess and check the protection level of the helmet. It should have undergone rigorous testing as per the NIJ standards.
- The tactical helmet that you will select must have padding, a suspension, and a harness system, which are the fundamental components of a protective helmet.
- The tactical helmet should be made of high-quality materials that make it sturdy and long-lasting.
Fortunately, Ballistic Helmets For Sale has a comprehensive guideline about everything you need to know in choosing a bulletproof helmet. Moreover, we have a network of reliable providers that you can check. Here are some, to name a few.
1. Protection Group Danmark: Protection Group Danmark ARCH Level IIIA bulletproof helmet is a high-cut type, allowing users to add communication gadgets, like headsets.
It also has a provision in adding other accessories like an oxygen mask, camera, flashlight, and night vision gadgets. It is made of Aramid and weighs 1.15 kilos alone, which makes it one of the lightweight-typed helmets.
This ballistic helmet carries an approval for V50 as per STANAG2920, which means that it follows the NATO standard for ballistic gears.
This bulletproof helmet has an added coating of Polyurea spray paint. It is to ensure additional protection from round pressure. The added paint layer also increases the strength of the helmet’s anti-bullet properties.
2. Legacy: Legacy MICH Level IIIA ballistic helmet is a light-weight gear with multiple layers. It can stop 0.357 FMJ FN rounds and even .44 Magnum SJHP shots.
3. Chase Tactical: Chase Tactical non-ballistic helmet is used as a mounting gear for the camera and low-profile lights. It is compatible with standard accessories, such as headsets and battery packs. It has a universal sizing, so it offers a four-point harness to ensure stability and comfort.
ALWAYS PROTECT YOUR HEAD
A tactical helmet is a safety gear that protects its user from fatal impacts on the head. However, take note that not all tactical helmets are ballistic or bulletproof.
Some types, such as bump helmets, protect its user from blunt trauma, but not all can absorb the impact of gun fires.On the other hand, a military helmet is typically bulletproof as it is necessary for high-risk activities on the battlefield.
Ultimately, once you are to find your ballistic helmet, choose one that fits you perfectly.
The first step is to know your head measurements, which will help you choose the correct helmet shell size.
Then, assess for stability. Ensure that the helmet you choose is snug and has the appropriate coverage on your head.
Finally, choose something that you are comfortable to use.
Remember that these factors may affect your mobility and focus in your workplace, whether it be a battlefield or in the city's streets.
In addition to the factors above, make sure the helmet you have has the appropriate NIJ level depending on your work requirements. Also, choose high-quality materials for more extended use.
Why are these points essential in choosing your helmet? It is because accidents can happen in times when you least expect them to happen.
Therefore, when speaking of safety and protection, you shouldn't take things for granted. Pick the suitable model and size for your head as it will ensure maximum safety and may just save your life today.You can check through Ballistic Helmets For Sale's helmet collection from various reliable brands. We have the best and safest in the market.