I've been suggesting for a long time that if the threat of attack is real enough to own guns and carry them every waking moment, then wearing body armor would be the most natural thing in the world. Not to do so would be a gross failure in personal responsible and responsibility for one's family. Of course, the fantasizing gun lovers we keep discussing this with aren't very interested, and fail to provide a reasonable explanation.
My idea is that they place an unrealistic importance on the gun itself and their ability to eliminate a threat.
Yesterday, Dog Gone provided us with the rest of the package. Obviously protecting the torso from ballistic damage is not nearly enough. The truly responsible and prepared gun owner will want to don a pair of these under his cargo pants, which will naturally have those built-in tourniquets.