Bullet Proof Paint Line-X

Nicholas C
by Nicholas C

Here is a not so scientific test, shooting a car door with a shotgun. I can’t quite tell what type of 12Ga round it is, but based on the lack of penetration to the door, I suspect it is bird shot. I am curious what Line-X will do against standard caliber rounds like 9mm, .40 S&W, .45acp. Why didn’t they try handgun or rifle rounds? They didn’t even try other shotgun ammo like buck shot or slugs.

For those not familiar with the magic of Line-X here is a video showing how it makes objects unbreakable.

Does this mean it will make an object bullet proof? I doubt it. Dropping things from a building or hitting them with a sledge hammer is not the same as a bullet. But I would love to test it to see what it can and can’t withstand.

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  • Dan Dan on Jan 06, 2016

    I just watched the 2nd video, and while Line-X might be somewhat effective, the video itself is downright deceptive. Working backwards, watch the guy hit the watermelon with the sledgehammer. Watch him use only his back muscles as he bends at the waist to swing the sledgehammer and NOT use his locked arm muscles. Any guy worth his penis can swing a sledgehammer; what's wrong with this guy? The fat guy on the cups? I was at the mall one day, and they had a full size car balanced on 4 tea cups; thought that was pretty impressive. Look at what they did. Put a 300 pound guy on ONE cup. Cup crushes. Add some strength with the spray paint, put all his weight on both cups at the same time (150 per cup instead of 300) and keeping a lot of weight on his friends (watch the guy on the left rock from the weight).
    I'm not saying it doesn't have it's purposes, but let's at least stay honest, right?

  • Secundius Secundius on Jan 07, 2016

    You can buy it in a Spray Can for about 15-Bucks. It's a Bed Liner Protector for protecting the Bed of your Pick-Up Truck. THERE ("NOTHING") Bullet-Proof About It...