• TESTED BY CERTIFIED NIJ TESTING LAB STANDARDS WITHSTANDING MULTIPLE NIJ IIIA BALLISTICS
• STANDARD 3-POINT FULLY ADJUSTABLE SUSPENSION SYSTEM
• TWO HELMET SIZES: MEDIUM, 7 1/4 AND BELOW AND LARGE, 7 1/4 AND ABOVE
• HIGHER CUT AROUND THE NECK FOR MORE MOVEMENT AND PERIPHERAL VISION
• WEIGHT: 2.7 LBS. - 3.0 LBS.
• COLORS: BLACK, OLIVE DRAB, DESERT TAN.
The RBR COMBAT F6 BALLISTIC HELMET provides a lightweight, compact and streamlined design without any compromise to the ballistic protection. The RBR Combat has been utilized by military, police and tactical teams around the world. The cut of the helmet improves peripheral vision and neck flexibility for the operator. The helmet is fitted with a fully adjustable harness system that can be released, removed and replaced in just a few minutes.
The RBR Helmet is fitted with a fully adjustable padded head harness, attached via four (4) fastener screws. The head harness includes leather covered front padding, nylon covered rear padding, and a net mesh and leather comfort crown pad. RBR Helmets are fully adjustable in the circumference as well as the wearing height; therefore, two sizes can be adjusted to fit all heads.
RBR Ballistic Helmets are tested at H.P. White Laboratory at Level IIIA. Helmets are tested versus penetration and back face deformation of Level IIIA 9mm and .44 Magnum ammunition, to the HP White Helmet Test Procedure (HPW-TP-0401.01B) Additionally, This test requires that one of each of the above rounds must impact directly on a suspension system fastener resulting in zero penetration. The entire line of helmets from RBR Tactical, have been further tested to MIL_STD 662E for fragmentation performance. All of the RBR Helmets maintain V-50 performance at over 2100 feet per second, surpassing the Mil Spec of 2000 feet per second. RBR Test Results are available upon request.
Testing is Critical to Performance! Commonly found misconceptions include NIJ Certified IIIA helmets. The NIJ Certification for helmets only provides for testing up to level II, and does not measure back face deformation. Likewise, Level IIIA Testing to NIJ Standard 0108.01 for Ballistic Material is for testing flat armor panels only, and "specifically excludes" helmets from being tested to this standard. RBR is confident that the HP White Helmet Test Procedure is the most comprehensive helmet test standard currently available. Helmets that cannot meet the requirements of this Level IIIA test should be considered substandard.