Photos: When tech gets bulletproof

Photos: When tech gets bulletproof

Summary: In Israel? You might as well check out the latest in bulletproof vests and unmanned aerial vehicles.

TOPICS: Security

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  • Doorjamb

    This doorjamb from Hydro Noa will remove a steel door in about three seconds. It can also be bought in a kit with a bolt cutter and a device that spreads window bars.

  • Bulletproof glass

    Bulletproof glass from H.D. Protection. "This window holds M-16s and Kalashnikovs," explained company representative Porat Dan. The company also makes steel doors that can survive a blast of a bomb weighing 830 kilograms.

  • bulletproof briefcase

    The sign on the briefcase says it all. "It is a regular briefcase, but it's bulletproof," said H.D. Protection's Porat Dan. "It holds a (sawed-off) shotgun too. This could save your life." In case of an attack, the briefcase can be opened up so that there are more surface areas. Lots are sold in the Balkans.

Topic: Security

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