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+4 1. mashkalji commented 4 years ago

...... pew
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0 2. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

Well the answer to the question better be bullets or I want my money back >:)
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0 3. mitimeter commented 4 years ago

Most people know the way to get through bullet resistant glass is to keep hitting the same spot. Bullet proof is strong language, without some kind of a qualifier attached. Hitting this with a .308 when it has already been compromised isn't much of a test. Hit it with the .308 first! How many hits in the same spot with a given caliber is about the only real way to rate bullet resistance.
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0 4. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

"Bullet proof"glass is a general,almost slang, term for "ballistic" glass , as he mentions. Being able to hold your weapon perfectly still to hit the glass with multiple shots in the exact same place would be difficult; even more difficult (or impossible) if an armored vehicle was in motion.
Here is a vid from a while back where AK-47 rounds hit a ballistic windshield very close to the same spot.

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-1 5. MajorIdea commented 4 years ago

Murica ...
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-2 6. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#5 So true!