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Bulletproof Covert Condor Venture Backpack- NIJ Level IIIA Protection

$330.00 $270.00

Main Features:

  • NIJ Level IIIA Protection against handgun and shotgun threats.
  • Anti-ballistic panel weighs only 20 oz. (roughly the same as a water bottle).
  • Heavy-duty 1000D Nylon Cordura fabric with advanced stitching.
  • Side compression straps and detachable waist belt.
  • MOLLE webbing to secure your accessories.
  • Bladder pocket included in main compartment for optional hydration pack.
  • Grommets on all compartments.
  • Three color choices.

Description

Featuring the Condor Venture Pack

Complete level IIIA bullet resistant protection in a comfortable and practical backpack from our American company partners at BulletBlocker.  The integrated level IIIA panel is rated to stop bullets up to .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum, 9mm, .45 hollow point ammunition, and shotgun blasts.  The Covert Backpack is made of 1000D Nylon Cordura durable, water-resistant fabric which makes it rugged enough for everyday use and also hiking and camping.  The Covert Backpack features the Condor Venture Pack that boasts an ultra-low profile design and multiple compartments for quick access to technology in the field.  Tactically minded, this bag includes MOLLE webbing on the inner panels, a laptop sleeve, and a bungee retentive stash pocket.  A bladder pocket is included in the main compartment with a center covered exit port.  The lightweight NIJ IIIA anti-ballistic panel is made with the latest DuPont Kevlar technologies and is removable for cleaning and maintenance.  The backpack measures 20″h x 12″w x 7″d, weighs 4.25 lbs., and is available in three colors: Black, OD Green, and Tan.

Additional information

Weight6.1 lbs
Dimensions20 × 12 × 7 in
Color

Tan, OD Green, Black

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