Sales Restrictions

Last updated: March 18, 2018

10-4 Tactical Supply LLC restricts the sale of selected products that identify the holder or wearer as a member of any law enforcement agency. Orders for such products must be shipped to an approved agency address. If shipping to an address other than the approved agency, the department's letterhead must be provided with a copy of official identification. Placing an order for products that are subject to any legal restrictions affirms that the purchaser is authorized to make such purchase and is in compliance with all local, state, and federal laws governing the same. 10-4 Tactical Supply LLC may verify employment of any person ordering such items.

Restriction on Purchase of Assisted and Auto-Opening Knives
Federal regulations restrict the sale of automatic knives to anyone other than United States Military, Federal Law Enforcement, Law Enforcement, Fire, Rescue, and EMS personnel.

Restriction on Purchase or Possession of Body Armor
It is generally against federal law for a person convicted of a violent felony to purchase or possess body armor. In addition, various states have laws restricting the purchase or possession of body armor by persons convicted of certain felonies, other crimes of violence, or drug crimes.

10-4 Tactical Supply LLC restricts the sale of body armor to the general public and will only supply such products and accessories to those sufficiently identified as:

  • Sworn LEO (Law Enforcement Officers) State, County and Local
  • Federal LEO -F.B.I., U.S. Marshals, DEA, DHS, etc.
  • Corrections Officers, including Parole and Probation Officers
  • State-licensed Security Companies and State/City-licensed Security Officers
  • Military: Active, Retired, Active-Reserve, Disabled (in any capacity), National Guard

Additionally, the sale of body armor to residents of Connecticut is restricted to in-person sales, unless the sale is made to certain law enforcement or military personnel.