Legal Disclaimer

The purchaser assumes all risks and liability for these products and shall hold Steel Defender, Inc. harmless from all claims, demands, causes of actions, losses, damages, penalties, liabilities, and expenses howsoever arising from or relating in any way to the use and handling of this product, including without limitation, those arising from the death or injury to any person or property. We neither assume, nor authorize any person to assume for us any liability in connection with the sale or use of our products, and there are no oral agreements and/or warranties collateral to or affecting this agreement in part and whole. We hereby give notice that any statement made by us in the sale of the goods, shall not create any implied warranty that the goods shall be fit for any particular purpose. This agreement is governed by the laws of Arkansas and any disputes arising therefrom shall be resolved in Baxter County Arkansas.

No armor is one-hundred percent effective in all situations. Body armor will protect you from the vast majority of ballistic threats; however the following may defeat body armor. Rifle rounds, high velocity pistol ammunition, Pistol ammo fired from a rifle barrel, armor piercing ammunition, shots fired at unusual angles, sharp-edged or pointed instruments (e.g., knives, icepicks, etc.) and other unusual ammunition or situations. Also, at some angles projectiles can slide, or deflect off the edges of Armor, or ricochet. Furthermore, projectiles that are successfully stopped by armor will always produce some level of injury, resulting in severe bruising, broken bones, and possibly serious internal injury or even death. Ballistic steel body armor defeats most projectiles, but no vest on makes you invulnerable to all threats. Getting shot always carries serious risk. By buying armor you assume ALL risks of use or misuse, and agree not to hold us liable in any way. In addition, you are responsible to ensure that your ballistic panels are positioned inner side in, and outer side out if applicable.

Legal Circumstances Regarding The Sale Of Body Armor

If you are a convicted felon you are prohibited from possession of Body Armor. Possession of body armor by a convicted felon is strictly illegal under federal law.

Residents of Connecticut are prohibited from buying Body Armor. We are not legally authorized to sell and/or ship our vests and/or armor plating to Connecticut. No exceptions will be made to this policy under any circumstances.

It is the SOLE responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that all transactions conform to U.S. and Federal, State and Local Statutes, Codes, and Ordinances.

At our sole discretion Steel Defender reserves the right to refuse to sell our products to anyone for any reason.

Warning: U.S. Export Control Laws

Level III and IV armor falls under the jurisdiction of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and is subject to the export control laws of the U.S. Government. Export or retransfer of Rifle Plates by any means to any foreign end user, or for any other end use, whether in the U.S. or abroad, without the written approval of the U.S. Department of State, is prohibited. There are also a few countries that may require a Bureau of Industry & Security export license for Level II-A, Level II and Level III-A Body Armor. It is the SOLE responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that all transactions conform to US and local Federal, State and Local Statutes, Codes, and Ordinances.

By purchasing Steel Defender body armor, I certify that I am of legal age, not a convicted felon and do not reside in Connecticut. Further, I am purchasing body armor for personal protective use and will not under any circumstances transfer Steel Defender body armor to any known felons or resell this body armor in violation of US Export Control Laws. I intend to use this body armor for wholly legal purposes, i.e., self-defense and have no criminal intent in mind.

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