A feasibility study was conducted to investigate the ballistic impact performance of high strength, high modulus fabrics coated with natural rubber (NR). The effect of different coating techniques and NR modulus were studied. Ballistic Twaron fabrics were coated with three types of prevulcanised NR modulus: high, medium and low modulus. To evaluate the effect of coating techniques, the ballistic limits for 2-layer fabric systems of high modulus NR were determined. A series of 4-layer fabric systems consisting of all-neat fabrics and combined neat with coated fabric layers were tested for ballistic resistance. The results suggest that single dip coat samples have higher ballistic resistance. For the 4-layer fabric systems, alternating the neat and coated fabric layers resulted in higher ballistic limit than the all-neat fabric system.