Plastic corrugated sheets and polycarbinate sheets are different in strength, durable, and most of all price.
If you have a ready supply, the plastic sheets will hold up to a friendly game. If anyone focuses in on a spot, it will blow through. I have found, if you can carry a little more weight, Gorilla Glue foam rubber floor mats, like in tool room, to the outer face, and you got near impenetrable armor. Neither one works well alone, together they rock. I do however double layer the plastic sheet in the front armor areas.
Polycarbinate works realy well, but very pricey. And I too, under extreme conditions will crack and splinter. I would think the foam idea from above using polycarbinate as a backing would be quite good.
On a side note, the foam can be cut into body armor for exposed areas in the legs and groin area. Just take your time cutting and fitting. Glue washers to the foam for tie points so the foam doesn't rip through.
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Last edited by Greyknight Jazzious : 06-14-2012 at 06:01 AM.