Ever Wondered What It's Like To Be Shot By An AK-47 While Sitting In A Mercedes Benz?

Have you ever wondered what it's like to be shot by an AK-47 while sitting in a Mercedes Benz?

#2. Bullet Proof Glass Testing

#2. Bullet Proof Glass Testing

Texas Armoring Corporation (TAC) is a supplier of bulletproof vehicles based out of San Antonio, TX. In its latest video, the company's CEO Trent Kimball brings product testing to a whole new level as he sits inside one of TAC's bullet-proof Mercedes-Benz SUV's while it's being shot at by an AK-47.

Luckily, the vehicle has full armour protection as the screen is shot 12 times by Sharpshooter Lawrence Kosub, while Kimball sits comfortably in the driving seat.

The windscreen is soon obscured by shattered glass - but the CEO obviously has complete faith in his product and steps out unharmed and unshaken.

Checkout this stunning video on next page..

#1. Stunning Video

#1. Stunning Video

This video shows President and CEO Trent Kimball take product testing to a whole new level, getting behind the wheel of a 4x4 while his colleague unleashes an AK-47 assault rifle on its windscreen.

Various cameras capture different angles including a view from inside the car. The CEO doesn't even flinch.

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