Are Bulletproof Backpacks legal?
Yes! Ballistic Armor are legal to purchase, own and wear in the United States of America.
Will a Bulletproof Backpack protect my child from an active shooter in school?
Demand for bulletproof backpacks surged after the shooting at a high school in Parkland, Fla., in February 2018. With back-to-school season approaching, the shootings this weekend in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, have brought renewed attention to the products.
Yes, our backpacks will protect your child from an active shooter.
Our backpacks are designed to meet the agency’s Level IIIA performance standard for body armor, which would make it resistant to bullets fired from shotguns and handguns.
What are bullet proof backpacks made of?
The backpacks are made to be bulletproof against fire from handguns and shotguns thanks to built-in panels made of a Kevlar fabric, which is a strong thread that is densely woven to make a soft, lightweight body armor.
Can a bullet proof backpack stop a rifle bullet?
A bullet proof backpack is actually bullet resistant. This means that it will prevent the backpack being penetrated by certain types and sizes of bullets traveling up to certain speeds. Even if a bulletproof backpack is strong enough to stop the bullet penetrating, the wearer may still suffer injury
Can I buy more than one Bulletproof Backpack?
Yes, you own as many as you desire. For example, if you have four children, all of them can have a Bulletproof Backpack.