AK47 vs. Police Crown vic

Im uploading this video for a friend, you can all see the 7.62 is a powerful round Please note the officers best friend has told me that the officer did live. "Got to say, my BEST FRIEND was the officer driving the squad that got shot up by those dirt bags. One of those rounds from that Ak missed his head by less than 1/2¨" Thank God, the officer is okay.

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