Alpha Light Backpack Insert

$49.00 $99.00
The Hardcore Defense "Alpha Light" products are intended for defense against handgun projectiles. Made from a slightly lighter version of our robust Alpha steel, the Alpha Light product satisfy NIJ IIIA requirements while saving every ounce possible for comfortable day to day carry.
See below for specifications, features, and shipping information.

ON SALE NOW!  WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!  The Alpha Light Backpack Insert is a smaller version of the Alpha Shield for use in backpacks, briefcases, car seatbacks, and other locations where pistol-level ballistic protection is required.  It uses the same steel as the robust Alpha Shield in a slightly thinner variant to further save weight for comfortable everyday use.

Specifications and Features:

    • 9 mm 124 grain FMJ at 1400 fps
    • .44 Magnum 240 grain LSWC at 1400 fps
    • Also stops lesser threat rounds including .357 Magnum, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP.
  • Proprietary military-grade ballistic steel provides unrivaled edge hit and multi-hit performance.
  • 9.5” x 14” size
  • Flat, less than 3/16" thick
  • 3 lbs 11 oz weight (on average, varies slightly unit to unit).
  • Black polymer coating for abrasion and corrosion resistance
  • No shelf life limitations.  No storage limitations.

FREE SHIPPING within the continental USA!  (We cannot ship to any P.O. boxes!)  International customers please click here for more information.

Current ship time is approximately 1-2 business days after receipt of order.

Purchaser is responsible for complying with all local, state, and federal laws regarding purchase and use of ballistic protection products.  Hardcore Defense assumes no liability for illegal use or misuse of the product.  It is usually legal for civilians to purchase and own body armor and ballistic shields within the United States.  Residents of Connecticut and individuals convicted of a felony are prohibited from possessing bulletproof vests and other body armor;  whether a ballistic shield counts as "body armor" is open to debate and interpretation may vary by jurisdiction.