How Bulletproof Are Everyday Items: .50 cal Desert Eagle vs 10 Bottles of Soda Pop

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Troy, MI -( We know that a BulletSafe vest will stop a .50 Cal Desert Eagle, but how does that same bullet do against regular objects?

How Bulletproof are everyday things? The following video hopes to answer the question in a humorous and fun manner:

This video series has two purposes. One is to demonstrate how tough our bulletproof vest is. The second is to remind people how powerful their handguns are. If you shoot paper targets regularly, this video can show you of how much damage your weapon can do. It’s a great reminder to follow good firearm safety practices and to wear your BulletSafe vest.

Thanks for watching from Tom and the team at BulletSafe Bulletproof vests. We are making bulletproof vests that are affordable to more people than ever before. See our website or ask for BulletSafe vests at your local Army/Navy store, shooting range, gun shop, or uniform store.

That’s all of the news for now. Remember, BulletSafe makes a great bulletproof vest for an unbelievable price. Our level IIIA bulletproof vest will stop almost all handgun rounds and sells for just $299!

Thank you!

Tom Nardone
President – BulletSafe Bulletproof Vests
352 Oliver Dr.
Troy, MI 48084

About BulletSafe is operated by PriveCo Inc. We have been in business since 1998 and we operate out of our office and warehouse in Troy, Michigan. PriveCo owns and operates a number of medium-small retail websites that sell items that are difficult to ask for in person. Inexpensive Bullet Proof Vests seemed like a good retail venture for the company and we are happy to put our support team and expertise to use in getting you great products at an unbeatable price.


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Who is that guy in the video?? Apparently, he doesn’t know how to shoot a semi-auto handgun. Better yet, who taught him to hold his thumb up, next to the slide! Then there’s the bottle test. Looks like a few of them were laying on the ground undamaged and still containing soda… no mention of them!