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    Spencer R. is offline Junior Member
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    Ice - Is it Bullet proof?

    So we have been having fun shooint video wit the theme of is it bullet proof. In hopes of getting some great footage we shot ice blocks and actually found they could stop alot.

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    Ice - Bullet Proof?

    If you want to see us shot other stuff tell us cause we are haveing way too much fun with this. LOL

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    I dunno...
    I don't normally seek cover behind bowling balls, frozen turkeys, watermelons, or ice cubes.

    How 'bout trying fast-food-joints' tables, chairs, and counters, or bank tellers' cages, or car doors and windshields instead?

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    A few months ago I saw something on tv about how safe is it to take cover behind appliances in the home....... it ain't safe. 9mm went straight through fridge, stove,freezer - washer was best but still not safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troutabout View Post
    A few months ago I saw something on tv about how safe is it to take cover behind appliances in the home....... it ain't safe. 9mm went straight through fridge, stove,freezer - washer was best but still not safe.
    Not all appliances are created equal. Some are so flimsy you can dent them with your thumb while other are very solid. I bet a washer with a stainless steel drum is a good bit safer cover than one with a plastic drum. Materials are important to consider in home defense situations. I have solid wood doors in my home, not hollow core or masonite. The walls of my living room are half-inch wood paneling except for the one that is brick. I have a cast iron tub, not a plastic one. The right materials can lower your maintenance costs and make you safer at the same time.

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