Multi-Threat Shield Bulletproof Briefcase

Sep 27, 2016

Category: Gear

Fit for the James Bond in all of us, the Multi-Threat Shield from Force Training Institute offers protection in multiple forms basing its philosophy around the premise that just because you head to work doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your safety. It’s a light, versatile and affordable certified NIJ Level IIIA ballistic shield, weighing in at just eight pounds.

On the surface, it’s a simple laptop computer bag but easily deploys when necessary with a flick of the wrist into a 3-foot-long bulletproof blanket that deters impacts from handguns, shotguns, and pistol caliber sub-machine gunfire. It’s designed for everyday carry, including an expandable pouch that can fit a wide array of equipment from handguns to tasers to actual laptops. It’s light, strong and can stop a .44 Magnum bullet traveling at 1412 feet per second. The MTS is ideal for home defense, workplace safety, and private security. Don’t let intruders have the upper hand. The Multi-Threat Shield is available now for $899. [Purchase]

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