Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus

  • Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus
  • Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus
  • Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus
  • Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus
  • Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus
  • Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus
  • Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus
  • Protech Delta 4 Tactical Helmet - Government Surplus

$ 104.99

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This item IS available for civilian purchase.  Shipping to US Citizens within the United States ONLY.  NO PAYPAL on Restricted Items.  Please see our terms and conditions page for further details.

 

 

Alpha Omega Tactical is proud offer a great value in Government Surplus ballistic helmets: previously issued or refurbished to look like new, the Protech Tactical Delta 4 by Safariland is a traditional ACH style helmet featuring unparalleled durability, performance and protection. Tested against NIJ 0106.01 protocol, this helmet carries a NIJ rating of IIIA.

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The Delta 4 (bolted) is the most accommodating ballistic helmet offered by PROTECH, as it is compatible with all available retention systems including: Team Wendy CAM Fit, EPIC Air, R2S Ratchet, mesh crown and padding suspension.

These helmets show little to no wear.  The shells are free from scratches or scuffs and the harnesses show little to no wear.  All helmets come with the breathable, comfortable and highly adjustable factory retention system as pictured. 

Manufacture dates of 2012.  Model # 774.  Threat Level IIIA.   

Finished shell weight: 2.5lbs Large

 (Photos containing the three colored helmets, harness and data tag are of actual helmets being offered)

 It is the responsibility of the buyer to ascertain whether or not they are legally able to purchase and use body armor.

Convicted felons surrender their right to own body armor.  The US has a federal ban on the possession of body armor by convicted felons (18 U.S.C. 931). Felons can only purchase bulletproof vests if their employer requires it and they get written permission to do so. 

 

 

                        

 

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