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by David Crane
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The following article contains links to video clips of Pinnacle Armor Dragon Skin/SOV body armor being live-fire tested against 7.62x39mm military ball ammo (FMJ) and 9mm military ball ammo (9x19mm FMJ) at short distances.

As our readers know, DefenseReview has been reporting on the Pinnacle Armor SOV/Dragon Skin body armor vs. Interceptor Body Armor for a number of weeks, now. Well, Nat Helms of Soldiers For The Truth (SFTT)/Defense Watch recently published an article on an indoor shooting test (live-fire ballistic test) conducted on January 26th (2006), where a Fresno County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) SWAT sharpshooter fired 21 rounds of 7.62x39mm FMJ military ball ammo from an AK-47/AKM-variant rifle at a Pinnacle Armor Dragon Skin vest at a distance of 20 feet and 120 rounds of 9mm FMJ military ball ammo were fired from an HK MP5 submachine gun at a distance of 10 feet. The SFTT/Defense Watch article is titled Dragon Skin Shows Its Stuff.

Well, Defense Review has obtained exclusive video footage of that live-fire test. We have a "Standard Range View" and a second "Uninterrupted Close Up" view of that ballistic test.

And, even better, DefRev also has exclusive video footage of a second live-fire test conducted on January 27th (2006) at an outdoor shooting range where 40 rounds of 7.62x39mm FMJ military ball ammo were fired at 20 feet (with an AKM/AK-47-variant rifle) and 150 rounds of 9mm military ball were fired at 10 feet (with a Heckler & Koch MP5 subgun) into a Pinnacle Armor SOV/Dragon Skin vest.

Right-Click on the links below and click on "Save Target As" to download view the folowing Pinnacle Armor video clips of their SOV/Dragon Skin body armor getting shot with an AKM-variant rifle and HK MP5 submachine gun:…

Pinnacle%20Armor%20Dragon%20Skin%20Test 1 <!  :en  >DefRev Exclusive Video: Pinnacle Armor SOV/Dragon Skin Gets Live Fire Tested<!  :  > Pinnacle Armor SOV/Dragon Skin Indoor Shooting Test (Standard Range View) on 1/26/06 — 21 Rounds 7.62x39mm FMJ military ball ammo fired at 20 feet from AK-47/AKM-variant rifle, and 120 rounds 9mm FMJ military ball ammo fired at 10 feet from Heckler & Koch MP5 submachine gun.


Pinnacle Armor Dragon Skin/SOV Indoor Shooting Test (Uninterrupted Close-Up View) on 1/26/06
— 21 Rounds 7.62x39mm FMJ military ball ammo fired at 20 feet from AK-47/AKM-variant rifle, and 120 rounds 9mm FMJ military ball ammo fired at 10 feet from HK MP5 subgun.

Pinnacle Armor SOV/Dragon Skin Outdoor Shooting Test (Standard Range View) on 1/27/06 — 40 rounds of 7.62x39mm FMJ military ball ammo fired at 20 feet from AKM/AK-47-variant rifle, and 150 rounds of 9mm FMJ military ball ammo fired at 10 feet from HK MP5 subgun.
The following are links to previous DefRev articles on the ongoing Pinnacle Armor SOV/Dragon Skin vs. Interceptor Body Armor situation (in order from most recent to least recent):

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David Crane started publishing online in 2001. Since that time, governments, military organizations, Special Operators (i.e. professional trigger pullers), agencies, and civilian tactical shooters the world over have come to depend on Defense Review as the authoritative source of news and information on "the latest and greatest" in the field of military defense and tactical technology and hardware, including tactical firearms, ammunition, equipment, gear, and training.

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