• Computer Bag/Backpack Insert

    $120.00

    WE NOW HAVE RIFLE RESISTANT PACKBACK AND COMPUTER BAG INSERTS!

    More than ever in today's world we need to protect ourselves as you never know when or where violence will occur, and since we all carry some kind of bag or back pack, having a concealed light weight ballistic insert for it isn't a bad idea. We have three types in a variety of sizes, the first is our all aramid insert comprised of plain woven Kevlar fabric, we also have the latest generation "Unidirectional Polyethylene Laminate" or (UDPE), and finally new to the line up is our rifle resistant UDPE pressed board that stops rifle threats.

    The difference is weight, as the first two options will defeat the following ammunition, which is classified at NIJ Level 3-A:

    9mm Submachine gun 124 Gr. FMJ at 1400 - 1500 Ft. Sec.

    .357 Sig 125 Gr. FMC at 1470 - 1550 Ft./Sec.

    .44 Magnum 240 Gr. JHP at 1400 - 1500 Ft. Sec.

    Our rifle resistant 100% UDPE panel it's designed to defeat the types of rounds being used in the random mass killings that soft armor won't stop. SOFT ARMOR CAN STOP FRAGS AND RICOCHETS BUT NOT A STRAIGHT ON RIFLE ROUND, THE NEW "E" PLATE IS ONLY 1/2 INCH THICK AND WEIGHS 3 LBS FOR A 11" x 15" flat board. It stops knives, trauma and can be used as a weapon if needed. It's basically a rifle resisatnt shield.

         WE ARE THE MANUFACTURER AND THE ONLY COMPANY THAT HAS THIS TYPE OF PRODUCT!

    Specs:

    Kevlar Insert:

    1.25 Lbs/Sq. Ft - weight for an 11 x 15 panel is  1.6 Lbs at 5/16ths of an inch thick. (this includes waterproof cover weight)


    UDPE Insert:  

    .80 Lbs/Sq. Ft. - weight for an 11 x 15 panel is 1 Lbs at 3/16th of an inch thick.  (this includes waterproof cover weight)

    We also make several different sizes, and since we are the manufacturer if you have a special size, just ask, we can make it!

    UDPE Pressed Board Insert:

    The "E" panel - 3 Lbs for an 11 x 15 panel for rifle rounds

    Be Prepared!



    *Computer Bag Not Included!


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