Backpack Armor: Shot Stop NIJ Level IIIA Ballistic Board test

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Testing a Shot Stop NIJ Level IIIA Backpack Panel with 10mm and .223 Remington.

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Andrew is a combat veteran of OEF and has performed hundreds of ballistic tests for his YouTube channel, The Chopping Block (https://www.youtube.com/user/chopinbloc). He is an avid firearm collector and competitor and lives with his family in Arizona. If you have any questions, you may email him at choppingblocktests@gmail.com

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  • RAE Industries RAE Industries on May 20, 2018

    If the backpack isn't empty they will be protected by the extra textbooks for sure

    I dont know how these kids dont have back problems with all the weight they carry to school and back many days

  • Gunsandrockets Gunsandrockets on May 21, 2018

    Nice test. Thanks!

    I would like to know how that panel would stand up to ordinary 9mm FMJ fired from a 16 inch barreled pistol caliber carbine.

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