VIDEO: Texas Armoring Corporation CEO Steps into the Line of Fire


It’s one thing for the head of a company to pitch his or her firm’s products or services just by flapping his jaw about them; it’s another thing altogether for a big cheese to demonstrate those products or services. Trent Kimball, the president and CEO of Texas Armoring Corporation (TAC for short), decided to take the latter approach recently by hopping behind the wheel of a new Mercedes-Benz GL-Class that’s been fortified by his employees…and letting a professional sharpshooter blast away at the windshield with an AK-47! Naturally, the super-thick ballistic glass keeps Mr. Kimball from getting lead poisoning, and it’s pretty remarkable to see and hear the bullets hit from inside the big BenzSUV.

Source: Texas Armoring Corporation

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  1. roder_dan

    I have to say, Texas Armoring Corp’s Vehicles are highly priced. In fact, if you are buying an armored car from America, then you have to pay a large amount of money. When you compare other markets like Chinese and middle-east, you would find that armoring cost is way cheaper. The problem with the Chinese is this: You cannot trust the product. Better turn to Middle-East. There are like 20 car armoring companies in UAE!!! But choose wisely, though. I have always trusted Mezcal Security Vehicles (http://www.mezcalarmor.com/). They are good. There are others too, but be careful. Sometimes agents would disguise themselves as car armoring companies. Be sure to contact through official means, not just in the case armored cars…

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