Sales for ballistic backpacks by Utah-based co. Amendment II skyrocket in wake of school shooting
Last Updated: 351 days ago
Demand for bulletproof backpacks have skyrocketed in the aftermath of the Connecticut elementary school shooting.
The children's backpacks are made by the Utah-based company, Amendment II.
They're lined with a light material that can stop handgun rounds. The backpacks retails at $300.
The company says there is worldwide demand for its products, including a child-sized body armor. They say demand has been so high recently that their website has crashed several times.
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