Can anything truly be made "bullet-proof"? Serena Altschul visits the Texas Armoring Corporation in San Antonio, where cars are turned into rolling fortresses capable of resisting firearms, hand grenades, even IEDs.
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Published: 2021-04-14 09:43 pm
Pushing the envelope on bulletproof technology
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