You have a non-lethal option to protect yourself. One that can be an equalizer or strength multiplier. Protect yourself from carjackings, home invasions, and domestic abuse without the fear that children could find this and harm themselves or others.
And this shield is portable enough to keep in your home, office, car, camper, motorcycle or backpack.
The civilian self-defense shield is designed to stay with you during an altercation. And we show you how to get the most out of this tactical gear with a series of simplified, non-lethal self-defense techniques using the Riggs Shield designed by a former law enforcement officer and 5th Degree Black Belt Martial Arts professional.
The civilian self-defense shield is a non-lethal Level IIIa ballistic shield that can absorb up to .44 Magnum 240 grain pistol rounds. It blocks punches, clubs and stabs. This shield is a variation of the patented Riggs Shield designed for law enforcement with the same ballistics. Officers know that even with armored doors and vests, criminals know they are at risk for head or neck wounds.
The non-lethal, civilian self-defense shield is 16.25 x 8.5 x 3.25 inches and weighs 5 pounds. The handle has a Picatinny light rail to attach a flashlight (light is not included) and a D-ring to hook to a sling or belt, or hang onto a hook for storage. Unlike body armor that has a limited shelf life and should be replaced after 5 years, this shield is made from safe room materials that stand up to hurricanes and terrorist attacks.
If you block a punch from a suspect, they may injure themselves while you feel very little impact from the force. And if you choose to carry, this non-lethal civilian self-defense shield is designed to block with your left arm and leave your right arm free.
At $269, this civilian Riggs Shield costs less than lethal options, and provides more peace of mind during an increasingly dangerous time.
Quick turnaround 5-7 days.
Get the most out of the Riggs Shield non-lethal civilian self-defense shield . Learn from the training program used by law enforcement to defend themselves.