Called MC Armor , the clothing is stylish but also stout enough to stop .38-caliber, .22-caliber and 9-millimeter bullets. And to prove it, Caballero has shot 230 volunteers, including his wife, Carolina Ballesteros, and magician David Blaine. Ballesteros, who is in charge of the line's U.S. expansion, has succeeded in getting MC Armor in gun shops in Florida, Texas and California. In a promotional video produced by the company, Caballero feigns a count to three, but shoots the mother of his children on two. "I swore to myself I would never do that again," he says. "But she's trying to open up the American market, and I'm helping her in every way I can." Though the 25-year-old company offers a host of styles and designs, including jackets and T-shirts, its most popular product is a tank top that can be worn under regular clothing. It weighs 2.4 pounds, and has a starting price of $495. Once the vest stops a bullet, it loses its warranty, but Caballero provides a replacement free of charge and installs customers into his "survivors club." Ballesteros told The Miami Herald she's been pleased with the reception the clothing line has received in the U.S. "We've been selling at gun stores, to Uber drivers, to doctors, lawyers, professors," she said. "People have been very interested in the product." Pew estimates there are 270 million to 310 million guns in the U.S.
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