Many are concerned about gun violence and mass shootings in America. So, when Roger Clark, executive vice president of business development and co-owner of PS Furniture, was approached to help create a bullet-resistant table, he was convinced it was the right move.
The Mequon-based manufacturer partnered with Amulet Ballistic Barriers to create the Revolution Shield flip-top table, equipped to stop bullets fired from .22 caliber to .44 Magnum handguns with multi-hit, non-ricochet capabilities.
“The initial question was could we technically take (Amulet Ballistic Barriers’) material and put it together (with our table),” Clark said. “The way a ballistic barrier works, it’s more or less like a dimensional blanket. You take any table surface and think, ‘OK, how do you attach this?’”