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TAOFLEDERMAUS is at it again, and he’s showing us a cool feature to this bulletproof backpack. It seems perfectly functional for a student or professional to carry, and it’s really awesome to see it instantly turn into a legitimate source of body protection.

Nothing’s a guarantee, but with this thing covering your vitals, you’re increasing your odds, to say the least.

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    • I think the point is to try and deploy before the shooter gets to you. Im sure a few practice runs would do wonders. I’d buy one as long as my sub2K fits inside.

      • I bet a 9mm AR pistol with a LAW Tactical folding stock adapter and a DOLOS quick detach barrel would fit nicely.

        I’m trying talk myself into building a $1000 backpack AR pistol…..

        Plus a $500 backpack to carry it in.

        Then the most valuable thing I carry every day would be the backpack and pistol.


  1. Auto-play videos, showing someone else’s content are at it again, and they’re showing us why this site is going downhill.

  2. IIIA… seems pointless; this is for wearing at school, right? to defend against (extremely, extremely rare) mass shootings? Most of those are done with some sort of rifle (only one I can think of was with a shotgun)…. which will zip right through IIIA armor.

    I suppose you could use this at school then deploy it before walking home to defend against gang bangers or something. But, of course, you could just get a concealable IIIA vest and wear it the whole time… maybe this would be more comfortable during the day or something?

    • Not until you deployed it, I guess. But I suppose you could walk around every day with the vest deployed. You’d get some looks and maybe questioned, but if you’re OK with that……

  3. Is there a version which will look reasonable on a septuagenarian who isn’t an aging hippie? How about one for someone wearing a business suit or just common, everyday casual attire? No? I didn’t think so.


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