Delta Backpack Insert

$189.00
$189.00
The Hardcore Defense "Delta" products are intended for defense against assault rifle fire including 5.56x45 mm (AR-15) and 7.62x39 mm (AK-47) projectiles. They are not rated to stop the heavier .308 round, but instead use a thinner and lighter steel specially tempered to be able to resist higher velocity strikes from 5.56 mm projectiles. Pure steel shields rated to stop the higher energy .308 rounds need to use a thicker and more ductile grade of steel, the latter of which reduces performance against the 5.56 mm M193 FMJ projectile. If you are only facing handgun and assault rifle fire as would be expected in an active shooter situation, why pay the extra money and carry the extra weight for a Level III shield?
For customers seeking full Level III+ protection without compromises, please consider our steel-titanium laminate Bravo Shield.
See below for specifications, features, and shipping information.

The Delta Backpack Insert is a smaller version of the Delta Shield for use in backpacks, briefcases, car seatbacks, and other locations where rifle-rated protection is required.

Specifications and Features:

  • NIJ Special Type
    • 5.56x45 mm 55 grain M193 full metal jacket at 3100 fps
    • 5.56x45 mm 62 grain M855 green tip penetrator at 3100 fps
    • 7.62x39 mm 123 grain PS Ball full metal jacket at 2400 fps
  • 9.5" x 14"
  • 6 lbs 10 oz weight
  • Flat, < 0.5" thick 
  • Rhino-liner coating for abrasion and corrosion resistance
  • Generously rounded corners reduce wear on the backpack or briefcase.
  • 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 times are 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.