its bit more money than fiberglass but it can be done, dont think its going to cost a few hundred dollars eitherNova_Chief said:How about a bullet proof armor they use for the military? I think its called kelavar? Hows that?
U get that from Future weapons? I don't even think it is out now. kevlar would not be a solid though. It is more cloth like. I'd love to see the exact materail Mark 5/6/(7? from the MNF spot) is made from. Some kind of futeristic type stuff. Not available in stores but just to know.Monstermaker13 said:dragon skin is the best out there right now
Kevlar is a cloth much like fiberglass cloth. It can and is used as a solid. Our kevlar helmets are very much solid and resist small arms fire. Kevlar is also used in flak-jackets as a fabric to protect against shrapnel, combined with plates of kevlar coated porcelain that are rather heavy, and only good for one use.Dreg said:kevlar would not be a solid though. It is more cloth like.
Not to kill you buzz but medieval armor was very mobile or they would not have worn it . I have built and fought in replica medieval armor for 15+ years and its not that heavy. I did the Corps 22 years ago and know what a full combat load and an M60 feel like.Dreg said:Try asking a greenhorn marine what running with a 60-70lbs. backpack while holding a very large machine gun is like. I'm trying to demorilize ya but trust me. Knights back in the day used horses cuz their aromor was so cumbersome. .)