SHOT Show 2015: Days 1 & 2 On The Floor

Posted on January 26, 2015

SHOT Show 2015 Point Blank Enterprises, a perennial powerhouse in the body armor industry, is about to kick out a couple of cool pieces of kit. The one that caught my eye is a modular plate carrier aimed at patrol officers and first responders for active shooter situations. Designed by an active duty patrol lieutenant,… MORE

Point Blank Enterprises Showcases Comprehensive, State-of-the-Art Body Armor Systems at SHOT Show 2015, with a Continued Focus on its Most Advanced Ballistic System – the Alpha Elite™ Series

Posted on January 20, 2015

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. and LAS VEGAS, Jan. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Point Blank Enterprises (“Point Blank” or “PBE”), the worldwide leader in the production of soft body armor and related protective solutions, announced today that the Company will be demonstrating its latest suite of advanced body armor solutions and ballistic systems for the Law Enforcement,… MORE

Point Blank Enterprises Has Been Featured In The January Issue of Law Enforcement Technology on Page 41

Posted on January 14, 2015

Point Blank Enterprises announced the New York Police Department’s Emergency Service Unit (ESU) awarded Point Blank Enterprises a multi-year contract to outfit all ESU officers with its Alpha Elite body armor system. The NYPD ESU provides specialized support and advanced equipment to other NYPD units and also functions as a Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT)… MORE

Point Blank’s Alpha Elite Saves Two Officers in the New Year

Posted on January 5, 2015

Authorities in Lewisburg held a press conference on Friday to address Thursday evening’s shooting involving two police officers and later leading to an even more disturbing discovery. Now one suspect remains in the hospital, while the other was arraigned in court. It’s a crime spree from North Carolina to the Mountain State, that has led… MORE

The Newest Body Armor Excels At Saving Lives; Fast-Growing Company Employs 1,800

Posted on December 12, 2014

Pompano Beach – “Alright, everybody,” said Michael Foreman, “Let’s get everybody up here for a picture.” There on a makeshift stage, eight police officers, SWAT officers and Secret Service agents line up for the cameras. Out of uniform, they look like regular guys. Foreman calls for the employees, all 1,800 of them in the room,… MORE

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