Doors have a three-point locking mechanism, which makes them about as secure as the average bank vault.
All Sentinel door openings are equipped with 360-degree overlaps that act as bullet-catchers.
Purpose-built armored vehicles require major alterations to the chassis, suspension, brakes, and engine in order to compensate for the additional weight.
The law enforcement light package and remotely controlled spotlights add to the truck’s effectiveness.
The Sentinel’s body is capable of withstanding multiple hits from 7.62x51mm armorpiercing rounds and .50-caliber machine gun rounds, thanks to its military-grade ballistic steel and glass.
Purchases are carefully monitored using an elaborate vetting process to ensure the bad guys never make it to the approved list.
Not everyone who carries a weapon actually uses it.