We've already established that the single most important driving accessory in Chechnya is the AK-47. Watch this band of hoodlums fire guns in the air while doing donuts in the middle of an afternoon in Grozny from the window of their BWM M5. Chechens are insane.
Driving in Chechnya is a serious undertaking. You have to make sure that other cars and SUVs know where you are, otherwise they'll ram you off the road. That's why this driver uses the best car horn ever, an AK-47.
Trent Kimball, CEO of Texas Armoring Corporation (TAC), was tired of customers asking if his company's bullet-resistant glass in its armored cars actually resisted bullets. So he did what any reasonable CEO would do: he asked his employee to shoot at him with an AK-47. It's loud, scary, dangerous, and completely…
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