GUN Oh snap.. this armor drywall stuff is the shit v.boxoftruth

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  2. TL1000RSquid

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    More then its worth unless you live in the ghetto and your house gets shot up frequently by tec9's
     
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    make an armored safe room using it.

    outside of room -> wall -> inside of room

    drywall -> spall liner -> 1/4" steel sheet -> spall liner -> drywall
     
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    Probably the only use for it I could think of in a house, thats only if its fire resistant.. If I buy a house with a basement I'll probably make a gun room/vault out of cinderblock and rebar with a steel door.
     
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    for a basement, cinderblock filled w/ concrete would be the best bet.

    not practical for a safe room upstair, methinks.
     
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    Definently not practical unless its basement or ground floor with concrete foundation. If I have to build one with any of that, it'll be drywall, plywood, steel sheet.
     
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    I was amazed at the ability of sand to prevent ballistic punctures.
     
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    I think it would be great for doors. :noes:
     

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