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The bullet proof glass wasn’t

Wonder what caliber it was?

4 Responses to “The bullet proof glass wasn’t”

  1. Fiftycal Says:

    You don’t think the supplier LIED about it being “bullet proof” do you? It doesn’t look like they used a Fifty.

  2. Jack Says:

    7.62 x 39. The guy used an AK. Saw the video this afternoon.

  3. Blackwing1 Says:

    Also, the “bulletproof” glass is usually polycarbonate (“Lexan”) layered with more flexible plastic. One of the problems is that exposure to ultraviolet light will over time lead to a degradation of the polycarbonate. If it’s in direct sunlight, it will often yellow and become harder to see through, prompting the users to replace it more often. Out of direct sunlight, the degradation is slower, and it’s usually not replaced often enough to maintain it’s rating for projectile resistance.

    That being said, most “bulletproof” windows aren’t rated to stop rifle rounds, only handguns. And if they were shooting steel-cored AK rounds, it’s even less likely to stop ’em.

  4. rickn8or Says:

    Blackwing, I’m sure Stop-n-Rob clerks and bank tellers everywhere are very thoughtfully looking at those dividers this morning…

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