The Bodyguard Blanket, made by Oklahoma's ProTecht, is a 'bulletproof' shield they say will protect kids from a 9mm round or a full frontal tornado hit.
At $1,000 a pop the company insists buying one per student would be less expensive than building tornado shelters.
ProTecht took one to a shooting range for a National Institute of Justice Class 3A test, which is used to test body armor for police units. It passed the company claims.
So there you go...no need to worry about school shooters and flying shards of glass. Just get 'em one of these things and get back to sleep mom.
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