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Its time to shoot a bulletproof Tesla... Get 1000 miles of free supercharging when you get a Tesla using my code: And thanks to ArmorMax for letting us 'borrow' their Model S.

See what happens when the tires go flat HERE:

How Bulletproof is a bulletproof Tesla? What makes a car bullet proof? How much does a bullet proof car weigh? Can you make any car bulletproof? All of these questions and more will be answered in todays video where we find out if a Bullet Proof Tesla is really bullet proof. Ill be using a pretty common 9mm hand gun to fire projectiles at the fully bulletproof Model S Tesla. The cool Green laser sight I used in this video:

Adding bullet proof glass and paneling to a Tesla does add some weight to the body. BUT since Teslas are already pretty heavy its not a big deal. Loosing a few miles of range due to the extra weight might be worth it for the added protection.

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Awesome Smartphone Tool Kit:
LARGER tool kit:
Green Pry tool:
Metal phone opening tool:

The camera I used to film this video:
The Lens I used for this video:
Wide angle lens:
And this Metabones adapter:
This is the drone I use:

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