CTR Firearms owners Charity and Chris Endres speak with Gazette reporter Neil Johnson about the protective backpacks they sell. The packs hold two synthetic fiber plates, one inside to protect the back and one that pulls out to protect the chest area. Both are designed to lessen the impact of bullets.
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Janesville gun shop owners Charity and Chris Endres say they've started to sell more protective, bullet-shielding backpacks this year amid a spate of deadly school shootings.
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