body shield

body shield

n.
2. A large, usually rectangular pad used to protect the body when helping a partner practice blows or kicks, as in boxing or a martial art.
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A body shield protects the user from the sharp edges of a firearm, and the gun from body oils and sweat.
A custom-cut body shield adds comfort and protects your gun from sweat
If he connects without body shield, it's gonna hurt,' said Kim, adding that he's going on a holiday after the July 2 title fight to reset and recuperate.
Am I the teacher who sprawls into a body shield with all my best intentions but succeeds only in dying along with my charges?
Zero-Gravity is a suspended lead body shield designed to provide optimal, weightless radiation protection without impeding the physician's freedom of movement.
Also included is the Jill, an OWB open-top pancake holster with Body Shield that fits belts up to 1%" wide.
The higher you aim to achieve the efficiency, the lighter the vehicle has to be, asking the industry to go in for changes in spares and body shield.
I remember I had something ridonkulous, like six costume changes including a mirrorballed American Football body shield.
A protective cover on the engine fuel line on those vehicles may not have been properly installed, which could put the fuel line in contact with the throttle body shield.
But the fighter shifted his weight and kept walking backwards, using Smithfield's wide frame as a body shield.
The human body shield problem is the following scenario.
Police were all over the place and the back lane, behind our house, was completely sealed off and an armed policeman was there with a body shield.