The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has seized counterfeit body armor bearing the label of Point Blank Enterprises.
Point Blank Enterprises, Inc. received a customer complaint. The customer indicated that he purchased Point Blank body armor at a gun show in West Palm Beach, Fla. and thought the product was counterfeit. Point Blank Enterprises, Inc. determined the armor was fake and contacted FDLE.
Several suspects sold dangerous products to unsuspecting consumers raking in large profits for themselves," said FDLE Orlando Regional Operations Center Special Agent in Charge Danny Banks.
Agents also located counterfeit body armor labeled as PACA (Protective Apparel Corporation of America), ABA (American Body Armor), Gall's, First Choice, and OM Tactical.
Additional body armor labeled as Full Dragon Armor, Coloma, Mich., which was determined to be a fictitious company.
Ballistic tests conducted on the bogus product determined it provided no ballistic protection.
Authentic Point Blank products deliver maximum-performance that consistently exceed military, National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and International requirements.
Fake products have potentially deadly consequences for unsuspecting buyers.
Dangerous counterfeit Point Blank body Armor vests were sold to unsuspecting consumers. The counterfeit vests were tested and found to provide no ballistic protection.
Always by authentic products from authorized Point Blank retailers.