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Tuffy Pack stops .44 magnum! Ballistic Backpack Review

Survival Gear Systems reviews TuffyPack Ballistic Backpack Get yours here: https://www.survivalgearsystems.com/products/black-tuffypack-ballistic-backpack-bulletproof Survival Gear Systems offers: FREE SHIPPING + FREE RETURNS + PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE TUFFYPACK STOPS .44 MAGNUM - BALLISTIC BACKPACK REVIEW Today, we’re taking a look at an innovative product from Survival Gear Systems called the Tuffy Pack. It’s a ballistic backpack designed for professionals, college students, and youth alike. And so rather than waiting for the very end, you’re probably thinking: can it stop a bullet? Let’s check it out. We’re going to test it out with the 9mm, a super common handgun caliber, and then we’re going to test it it with a .44 Magnum… or as Clint Eastwood would say, the most powerful handgun in the world. After shooting the front of the backpack with three 9mm FMJ rounds, we found that the backside had no bullet penetration whatsoever. After cutting open the panel to take a look at the inside, we found the twenty four layers of air mid as advertised had stopped all three FMJ rounds. When investigating the backside of the panels, we found deformities caused by the force of hte impacts, but there were absolutely no punctures anywhere. That’s pretty impressive and looking through the layers, it appears that only four layers of the air mid were damaged. The rest of the layers, as in the other twenty, were untouched. After packing the Tuffy Pack for three weeks now, I thought i’d take you through some of the design details so you can become more familiar with it, because I really am more impressed with the pack overall, and it’s a very durable pack and they’ve done a lot of things right with the way they put this thing together, so let’s talk about some of the features of it. Starting with the outside, the Tuffy Pack has a great back panel. It features raised ribs, which lets a lot of the air flow in the summertime so you’re not always walking around with a sweaty back in warm weather. The straps are very nice and padded. They’re also very wide and thick, which helps to distribute a lot of the weight evenly across your shoulders. We’ll talk more about the USB port in a little bit. It also features a little pouch to stick your phone to keep it handy, and then on the opposite side, you have a pouch for your sunglasses. At the top of the pack, and this is an interesting feature, there’s a cable run through the top of the back to keep it more durable, even when this thing is loaded down more with books and other heavy supplies. You can cinch down the back to create an overall lower profile when it’s not so full, The exterior pockets are both zippered and with a little mesh pocket on the outside, it’s the same thing on both sides there. Starting with the front of the pack, you got a little pocket with a drain hole, another small pocket that goes all the way to the bottom and is super deep, and on the outside you have an administrative pocket with places to keep pens, notebooks, keys, and cords, and other things you need quickly accessible, This pocket is big and has full zippered, so when you open up you can see everything you're working with rather than digging around like other packs. In the next pocket, you’ve got a place to stick a lot of books, with dividers that are stacked so that when you put notebooks in the air, it keeps them organized. You can stack them two or three layers deep. You then have one more pocket behind the ballistic insert, with a laptop sleeve that is padded ,and another padded sleeve or tablets and ipads, as well as a little charge port. The USB port is designed to work with the charger port so you can toss whatever battery you have in that sleeve, plug it in, and then the cord runs all the way out to the shoulder strap, so you can charge the device while you’re carrying the pack. Other little features with this pack they did a good job with include some air holes on the side, so if you;re carrying gym clothes, they're going to keep air flow going through the pack. Plastic tabs are located on the end of the straps as well in order to make it easier to tighten up the backpack. Tuffy packs also make an insert that you can slide into any other backpack, so you don’t have to buy the bag itself to get the ballistic performance. Take note that the ballistic insert is rated to only stop handgun rounds, but the additional books that kids are going to have in the backpack all the time means the ballistic efficiency of the pack will be improved. Last but not least, let’s take a look at the .44 Magnum and see if the Tuffy Pack can stop that round with just the ballistic insert. After shooting the pack with three rounds of .44 Magnum rounds, we took a look at the inside of the pack, where we found no penetration whatsoever even from the .44.

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