In this research, high strain rate impact testing of polyamide 6 composites (PA6) with different inclusions and processes is performed to assess the material response to increasing impact loads. Testing groups are divided into four categories depending on their inclusions and process: no inclusions, heat stabilized with no inclusions, oil & Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2), and glass fiber solid lubricant. Computational analysis is performed to obtain material properties such as dynamic modulus and stress-strain behavior from Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar (SHPB) tests. Out of the four groups, it was concluded that oil & MoS2 and glass fiber solid lubricant were more capable of maintaining dynamic modulus. In contrast, PA6 without any inclusions experienced a rapid decrease in dynamic modulus with increasing strain rate. Microscopic imagery is taken to evaluate crack formation in samples and sample deformation. Multiple side and edge cracks were developed from the specimens starting from a strain rate of 1900s-1; however, shattering of specimens was not experienced until above 2300s-1 strain rates were achieved. It is concluded that tested specimens experienced hardening trends at higher testing pressures and strain rates. A computational analysis is underway to establish the effect of heat stabilization and lubricant inclusions in PA6 strain rate-dependent mechanical response.