Armour FAQs:


Q: Are armour used to protect soldiers and war animals?

A: Yes.

Q: Are armour limited to kevlar or steel protecting particularly vital areas from the effects of nearby impacts?

A: Yes.

Q: Are armour the single most influential factor in the development of firearms?

A: Yes, and which in turn revolutionised warfare.

Q: Were armour commonly used at different times by various cultures including?

A: Yes, and scale armour, lamellar armour, laminar armour, plated mail, mail, plate armour and brigandine.

Q: Are armour used happening in 1868?

A: Yes.

Q: Are armour used on warships and armoured fighting vehicles?

A: Yes.

Q: Are armour meant to protect only against sabres and light lances?

A: Yes.

Q: Are armour another ballistic vest which is currently in testing with mixed results?

A: Yes.

Q: Are armour made thicker?

A: Yes, and necessitating breeding of larger cavalry horses.

Q: Are armour made out of various animals?

A: Yes, and with more exotic ones such as the rhinoceros.

Q: Were armour actually worn by generals and princely commanders right up to the second decade of the 18th century?

A: Yes.