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    Who Can Buy Bullet Proof Vests?

    As a US citizen or resident of the US you have the right to protect yourself. You have the right to own a bulletproof vest.

    The right to own a bulletproof vest is automatically taken away however if you commit a violent crime. That's right. The James Guelff and Chris McCurley Body Armor Act of 2002 stipulates that no person previously convicted of a violent crime may purchase, own or possess body armor. If you have been convicted of a violent felony, you cannot own a bulletproof vest.

    There is no background check, waiting period, or federal registration required to buy a bulletproof vest. You can order a vest on BulletSafe.com, and have it delivered to your home or office without asking permission or reporting to anyone. You do not need to register it with authorities and we do not share your information with anyone.

    We can send bulletproof vests to 49 states. Unfortunately, Connecticut has more restrictive laws on how vests can be sold. In Connecticut, you must buy a bullet proof vest in person. You can still own a bulletproof vest if you live in Connecticut, we just cannot ship vests to Connecticut. If you live there you must purchased a bulletproof vest face-to-face. Residents of the other 49 states are free to buy a bulletproof vest right here, online at BulletSafe.

    For more details about the bulletproof vest regulations in your state, see the guides below.

    Body Armor Laws Specific to Alabama.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Alaska.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Arizona.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Arkansas.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to California.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Colorado.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Connecticut.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Delaware.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Florida.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Georgia.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Hawaii.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Idaho.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Illinois.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Indiana.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Iowa.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Kansas.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Kentucky.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Louisiana.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Maine.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Maryland.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Massachusetts.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Michigan.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Minnesota.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Mississippi.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Missouri.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Montana.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Nebraska.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Nevada.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to New Hampshire.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to New Jersey.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to New Mexico.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to New York.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to North Carolina.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to North Dakota.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Ohio.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Oklahoma.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Oregon
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Pennsylvania
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Rhode Island.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to South Carolina.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to South Dakota.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Tennessee.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Texas.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Utah.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Vermont.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Virginia.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to the State of Washington.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to West Virginia.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Wisconsin.
    Body Armor Laws Specific to Wyoming.
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