Skip to comments.Sales soar for kid-themed body armor backpacks
Posted on 12/19/2012 12:57:20 PM PST by bgill
sales of the backpacks designed to protect kids during a school shooting, have gone through the roof.
Derek Williams, president of Amendment II, the Utah-based company that makes the packs along with lightweight body armor for military and police use, told the magazine, "I can't go into exact sales numbers, but basically we tripled our sales volume of backpacks that we typically do in a monthin one week."
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Nice thought but I don’t think it will stop a .223
And when a madman is putting between four and eleven rounds into each child...
A lightweight body armor backpack is useless.
But hey... If it makes a parent feel safer as they send little Billy off to indoctrination camp... er, ah, I mean elementary school, then fine.
And then there are the disarmament-advocating liberals who assert that there is no need for ANYBODY to own body armor.
My child would never be shot in the back.
Bullet proof kiddy back packs is the stupidest thing I have ever heard of.
Nope, they are designed to stop a medium power pistol round. A rifle round will zip right through them,
Is that with or without the books in it?
I’m not sure how it is nowadays, but when I was in school it seemed I was carrying a third of my body weight in textbooks every day.
As an aside, my former Nazi pig congressman, Bart Stupak, introduced legislation to ban Americans from buying border armor.
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