San Antonio, Texas - We've all heard the saying "Put your money where your mouth is", but Trent Kimball, CEO of Texas Armoring Corporation, goes a whole lot further for this video.
He sits in one of his company's vehicles, seemingly without even flinching, while one of his employees puts 12 rounds from an AK-47 straight into the windshield.
Texas Armoring prides itself on using high-tech lightweight materials to build armored vehicles that'll stop most hand-held firearms, without adding tons of extra weight, but there is still only one way to make bullet-resistant glass - multiple layers of tempered glass laminated with thin sheets of polyvinyl butyral or polyurethane, with a soft layer of glass or polycarbonate on the inside to prevent spalling - as can be seen in the video.
But the outstanding feature of this demonstration has to be the testicular calibre of the demonstrator. Respect.