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Bullet-proof Bookcase To Save Lives

Posted at 9:16AM Saturday 11 Jan 2014

The movable bookcase, called dFence, is fitted with layers of bullet-proof glass strong enough to stop bullets from the types of assault rifles and hand guns used by most gunmen in the US. The bookcase, which weighs around 150 kilogrammes, can be wheeled and locked in front of doors and windows if a school is under attack.

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