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MIB²S Live Fire Demo At Ft Bragg by KF Armory Defense

Alpharetta, Ga., March 19, 2019 ? KF Armory Defense, LLC, is a proud sponsor of United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) and will exhibit the Modular Interlocking Ballistic Barrier System (MIB²S) at the 10th Annual USASOC Sniper Competition at Fort Bragg, NC. Attendees are invited to visit the KF Armory Defense vendor display on 21 – 22 March and live fire demonstration on 22 March.

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The MIB²S defeats up to .50 Caliber BMG Armor Piercing Incendiary Tracer (APIT) and in recent Department of Defense testing successfully stopped multiple Raufoss Mk 211 .50 caliber rounds and multiple RPG-7 HE Fragmentary rounds.  The MIB²S was designed for maximum force protection with easy assembly, disassembly, and extreme durability. The MIB²S is the ideal solution for creating a man-portable, rapidly deployable (and re?deployable), fire retardant, multi-hit ballistic barrier system for military, law enforcement, operational, and safety requirements. MIB²S is proudly designed and manufactured in the USA.

“The MIB²S are the most capable force protection and safety barrier on the planet. Your personnel, facilities and critical equipment deserve this level of protection,” said Tony Dill, Senior Vice President for Business Development, and Government Solutions for KF Armory Defense.

KF Armory Defense provides world class support, training and consulting services to military, law enforcement, and government clients. For more information about KF Armory Defense and MIB²S, please visit KFArmoryDefense.com. For inquiries regarding MIB²S, please contact Tony Dill at t.dill@KFArmoryDefense.com.

5 Responses to “MIB²S Live Fire Demo At Ft Bragg by KF Armory Defense”

  1. the hun says:

    My hope is ,sooner or later, an inflatable Version!
    With canholders!!

  2. Ex Coelis says:

    And it “successfully stopped multiple Raufoss Mk 211 .50 caliber rounds”? Whoa.. A lot of ballistical protection and way more adult than Lego. Cheers and good luck, KFArmoryDefense!

  3. Torch says:

    Pretty interesting, couldn’t find anything about the weight of the blocks though.

  4. EODMadBomb says:

    That’s awesome! Could probably use built in lifting/carry handles, but still very cool.

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