Bullet-guard Overalls

Very tough fabric. (Read the full article)

"In the book The Machiavelli Interface(1992), it introduces spidersilk armor. Also is the chameleon armor that changes color to match it's background within a quarter of a second."
(Pen 6/28/2005 3:20:24 PM )
"Bulletproof overalls have been tested by the armed forces of several Countrys. Spidersilk armour is quit real and has been in use for some time. "
(Christopher Thomas. 9/29/2005 9:34:39 AM )
"Goats have been geneticaly engineered to produce the compounds that make spider silk, when thay are mixed thay make a material called biosteel. take a look at the howstuffworks site (look at body armour)."
(Christopher Thomas. 9/29/2005 9:54:43 AM )

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