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“Oh, and will you hold this up in front of your face? Yeah, juuuust like that. Perfect. Now don’t move.” From “Bullet proof glass and armor existed in the 1930s, but it was arguably less effective than modern bullet resistance materials, and after seeing how many shots the husband was firing at the glass as it started cracking and spidering, I was fully expecting the next round to shatter it and cause dinner to not be ready in time. However ammo back then for the most part was not as hot as modern ammunition. I love how not only is the husband shooting at his wife, but he’s making her hold the glass the whole time instead of mounting it to a stand.”

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  1. Obviously that was for dramatic affect as by itself proves nothing.

    Makes me wonder about the wisdom existent in “the good old days.”

    To many times I read anecdotal tales of “back when” as if it held any water.

  2. I wanted to try this with my ex. I was somewhat hampered by my lack of bulletproof glass and her adamant refusal to cooperate.

  3. Technically, the shooter is not breaking the rule “know what your target is, and what’s behind it”

  4. It’s possible that when mounted to a rigid stand the glass may not have held up as well. Her hands, arms, and torso are absorbing some of the impact and therefore reducing the force applied to the glass.

  5. Man, that was back when wives would have to do anything you say, while smiling. I long for nostalgia! But it’s not for me…I married an officer.

  6. What is best in life?:
    -To crush your enemies;
    -To see them driven before you;
    -And to her the lamentation of their women.

    And to have your wife hold up bulletproof glass while you shoot at it, apparently.

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