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Making a BULLETPROOF John Wick Suit in Real Life!

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0:00 Is This Possible?
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  1. Hacksmith Industries

    Hacksmith Industries

    6 ай бұрын

    Get a squished bullet from the test! hacksmith.store/products/john-wick-bag-of-bullets

    • Breadurite


      6 ай бұрын


    • kaogaroo


      6 ай бұрын

      I will!

    • korkunge


      6 ай бұрын

      This is one of your best videos!

    • Dahawkinscrew


      6 ай бұрын


    • Dahawkinscrew


      6 ай бұрын


  2. ZNA Productions

    ZNA Productions

    6 ай бұрын

    Now prank a local tailor by dropping it off for repairs 😂 Everything about this video was some of the best work I've seen from you guys. 30 min flew by, and the build speaks for itself. Great to see you back too, James 👏

    • Hacksmith Industries

      Hacksmith Industries

      6 ай бұрын

      Thanks Eli! It was a fun project -- kinda wanna do another, maybe Moon Knights suit?

    • ZNA Productions

      ZNA Productions

      6 ай бұрын

      @Hacksmith Industries Make it Real ✊

    • Sibhi S

      Sibhi S

      6 ай бұрын

      @Hacksmith Industries Maybe..

    • Higor Stanley

      Higor Stanley

      6 ай бұрын

      Great idea 🤣

    • EliTheBigGuy


      6 ай бұрын

      @Hacksmith Industries No problem!

  3. TheChosenNone


    3 ай бұрын

    You have GOT TO appreciate the suit builder’s concerns for the look and functionality of the suit. The car they put into it. I’m AMAZED. It came out amazing!

    • McMystix


      2 ай бұрын

      wonder if it drives

    • Trad Guy Travels

      Trad Guy Travels

      Ай бұрын

      What brand car was it?

    • Fiat Uno

      Fiat Uno

      Ай бұрын

      what car they put in it? I'm curious to see

    • ground beef

      ground beef

      26 күн бұрын

      clean title?

    • Shrimp Aerospace

      Shrimp Aerospace

      16 күн бұрын

      Woah they can put a whole damn car in a suit? Damn technology is crazy these days

  4. Buck Foe Jiden

    Buck Foe Jiden

    4 ай бұрын

    If you end up revisiting this, I have some suggestions. I recommend looking into UHMW Polymers to aid in backface deformation. These are sometimes used in IV hard plates. You can also look into forged carbon fiber for added rigidity, and layer it sort of like scales, or plate armor underneath the kevlar fabric. The latter would be far more work, but should, in theory, spread out the energy of backface deformation to an acceptable level while still allowing the suit to move almost as well as a standard tailored suit.

    • Manish


      3 ай бұрын

      Yeah right!

    • Mr. Pipol

      Mr. Pipol

      3 ай бұрын

      Is really weird they didn't used the oil based clay to test the vest, when they used the clay to test the fabrics. the mannequins are made of cloth and plastic which absorbs the damage way better than real skin. So I don't think the vest is better than a bulletproof jacket.

    • austin hayles

      austin hayles

      Ай бұрын

      @Mr. Pipol but the suit and the bullet proof vest were tested on the same mannequin yet the bullet proof vest didnt stop all bullets however, the suit on the identical mannequin stopped all bullets so oil based clay or not, the suit performed better than the bullet proof vest as they were both tested on the same material to give it the same validity

    • Mr. Pipol

      Mr. Pipol

      Ай бұрын

      @austin hayles They tested the fabrics in a clay that mimmicks human flesh. They did not tested the suit nor the bullet proof vest on that clay. The mannequins, which are made of canvas and fiberglass, have an sturdiness and elasticity that is not the same as clay or human flesh, so even though the mannequin was not that damaged by the heavy rounds, the clay could have been seriously damaged, disproving the claim that is a real bullet proof suit. They just proved it was a bullet proof suit for mannequins, not for people.

    • Matthew Chin

      Matthew Chin

      Ай бұрын

      If you're making a suit specifically tailored to one person, it could have a large rigid chest and back plates that are still fairly light

  5. IrisCorven


    2 ай бұрын

    It's a damn shame we don't know the tailor's name, because I'd love to see more of their work. Even with it moving from a slimmer fit to a more general purpose suit, they did a fantastic job making it looks so nice.

    • elephantoslsd


      13 күн бұрын

      More than likely they have some sort of government clearance and work for the government (or work for a private government contractor) on military contracts. Those people need to keep a very low profile. They get targeted all the time by foreign intelligence.

    • PapaNacho


      8 күн бұрын

      @elephantoslsd can confirm, am foreign intelligence

    • Blank


      2 күн бұрын

      @PapaNacho Can also confirm, am the bullet that just went through foreign intelligence's head for snoopin around.

  6. Rondy Reeves

    Rondy Reeves

    4 ай бұрын

    The bulletproof suit seems pretty silly, but they had to come up with a reason why John could survive combat against other assassins; these trained assassins couldn’t all be terrible shots who missed every time they shot at John Wick. I kinda think that we’re maybe twenty to thirty years away from creating bullet-resistant suits for real that we could buy off of the rack at The Men’s Warehouse or something.

    • cali gusto

      cali gusto

      2 ай бұрын

      Ikr, such a great concept to allow for longer and more interesting gunfights while still keeping relatively realistic

    • Based Man

      Based Man

      2 ай бұрын

      Broom broom

    • Madara


      Ай бұрын

      bullet resistant suits would actually be profitable since there's so many applications like for body guards world leaders and vips even if it just small arms fire this is great

    • Rondy Reeves

      Rondy Reeves

      Ай бұрын

      @Madara heck yes. Most people who intend to do bad things carry small handguns that are easily concealed, and they’re often .22 or 9mm. A suit rated to stop rounds up to a .45 would be amazing, and it would sell like hot cakes. I spent hundreds of dollars on a plate carrier and level III plates, and it’s heavier than sin. I would absolutely stand in line for hours to buy a nice suit that could stop 9mm.

    • Mami Tomoe Senpai

      Mami Tomoe Senpai

      Ай бұрын

      i remember a Demolition Ranch video where he tested one but I don’t remember how good it held up because i haven’t watched that video in a while

  7. Twisted Kitty

    Twisted Kitty

    Ай бұрын

    I’m surprised the tailor wanted their identity hidden for their clients. They did an incredible job and the suit is beautiful, it’s the perfect thing for your CV, a pretty looking and practical bullet resistant suit, that’s any VIPs dreamsuit pretty much

    • Nate The Scot

      Nate The Scot

      26 күн бұрын

      They're trans. They didn't want to deal with the internet.

    • Twisted Kitty

      Twisted Kitty

      26 күн бұрын

      @Nate The Scot and how do you know this?

    • Jon A

      Jon A

      22 күн бұрын

      @Nate The Scot The fact the tailor was included in so much of the footage tells us the decision to conceal identity came later. You might be right about the trans thing, but something definitely happened after the filming wrapped

    • Огњен Ћосић

      Огњен Ћосић

      12 күн бұрын

      They aim to promote the suit on DW, and it's bound to gain massive attention after the video. Tell me, can you think of any corrupt millionaire who wouldn't be willing to pay a hefty sum for it?

    • As Business

      As Business

      8 күн бұрын

      maybe didnt want to become factory puppet of mobs

  8. The Thought Emporium

    The Thought Emporium

    6 ай бұрын

    Great work ya'll! Was cool to be able to contribute to the project a bit and see the shear thickening fluid get tested!

    • JacobH_Gamez


      6 ай бұрын


    • SentrySam


      6 ай бұрын

      Maybe more fluid would have done it

    • Max


      6 ай бұрын


    • Johnny Pyro

      Johnny Pyro

      6 ай бұрын

      Your videos are some of the best science vids around. Your lactose tolerance gene edit should be far more wide known. You're kinda insane, but deserve far more views. Glad to see you two working together.

    • pax_


      6 ай бұрын

      @SentrySam yeah maybe

  9. Hendrix Nava

    Hendrix Nava

    4 ай бұрын

    This was a fantastic project, and I love how incredibly effective it was, but now I’m imagining a tie with a very small BR panel in it for that extra little protection over the important stuff lol

  10. Dennis Tucker

    Dennis Tucker

    Ай бұрын

    As you found out during testing, there are 2 functional issues to overcome. 1) Stopping the bullet from penetration. 2) Mitigating the kinetic energy so that the bullets don't break bones. It looks like item #2 was not done so well. I think you would need an additional HARD layer to distribute the the kinetic energy better. In the military, they use a special ceramic for this layer and it is replaceable.

    • Imperialis Aquila

      Imperialis Aquila

      20 күн бұрын

      They used a liquid hardener or whatever it's called. (Oblag?) Basically the thing that took most of the kinetic force.

  11. sycom


    2 ай бұрын

    I literally just clicked the video thinking this was gonna be a myth busters thing where they’d disprove it by testing different things, I didn’t actually think they would succeed with such unbelievable results, this was amazing, even if it’s bruising and some bones are breaking, you would live with this suit on and look stylish, actually remarkable

    • Imperialis Aquila

      Imperialis Aquila

      20 күн бұрын

      Oblag was the thing that was used. Some guy created it and sent it off to hacksmith.

    • J Web

      J Web

      11 күн бұрын

      They didnt though. The suite from the movie was real. Bullet resistant suites have been a thing for a while, and they are WAY better.

  12. Ninhydren


    3 ай бұрын

    Your expert bulletproof suit maker managed to have a lovable personality, even with the blured out face and voice modulation. I think they were my favorite part of the video. I would love to hang out with them for a day.

  13. Eric Grumbles

    Eric Grumbles

    2 ай бұрын

    Didn't the suit armor in the movies work by using a layer of silicon-carbide discs to deform the bullets and spread out the impact energy across a wider surface? I wonder how that would change the effectiveness of the armor or its final dimensions...

    • Miles Kessler

      Miles Kessler

      20 күн бұрын

      I did a quick bit of googling to figure out why silicon carbide wasn't used--- it turns out they're made in discs but are rigid and, while they have high hardness, are difficult to attach to anything, much less cloth. Not exactly suit liner material.

  14. Hacksmith Industries

    Hacksmith Industries

    6 ай бұрын

    *ADDITIONAL INFO:* *#1:* This video is not intended, nor provided as a guide for fabricating bullet-resistant composites. It is a HIGHLY technical field, and both the fabrics and testing cost tens of thousands of dollars to do -- and we still didn't get good enough results or data to bet our lives on. If you require armor, buy it from a reputable manufacturer who has external testing performed by the National Institute of Justice. *#2:* There is SO much more we could have included in this video -- if you want to learn more, consider becoming a member to see the extended cut ► kzonlines.info/up/a6mAgLLIoaSmnYE/bejne *#3:* Even though our suit stopped the bullets, if I had worn the suit, I would likely have broken most of my ribs, and possibly died anyway. Bulletproof vests and suits are NOTHING like how they are portrayed in the movies, and especially not the way it is portrayed in John Wick. A thin bullet proof suit is physically impossible. It doesn't matter if you can "stop" the bullet -- the impact energy HAS to go somewhere. And that somewhere is your body. This is why most bullet proof vests and plate armor is so thick -- thickness helps distribute and absorb the impact energy from the bullet. A thin super strong material does not. In fact, there's a good chance that if a super thin bullet proof material existed, you would actually sustain MORE damage to your body, than the bullet simply passing through you. *#4:* UMP5 not MP5 -- Video cut wasn't specific in the final edit -- the Vector shot 9mm FMJ rounds, not .45ACP, we tested that way because 9mm have more penetration power than .45ACP. No .45ACP rounds were shot in this video. The Vector is the closest equivalent to the UMP5, which isn't available in Canada. We also did not test 9mm hollow points, because again, those are easier to block with soft armor. *#5:* Leave any more questions below, and I might do a livestream in the next few days covering your questions!

    • PYeitme


      6 ай бұрын


    • Benjamin Tran

      Benjamin Tran

      6 ай бұрын

      Did you kill his dog?

    • blanana_m


      6 ай бұрын

      Are you gonna do more John Wick stuff in the future?

    • Alt 1

      Alt 1

      6 ай бұрын

      Point #3 was mentioned in the movies by the tailor "zero penetration, however, quite painful I'm afraid"

    • Speedymatt123


      6 ай бұрын

      You did a truly amazing job trying to recreate it like the movie! I wonder how it fares against the .50 cal sniper though…

  15. Alex Matthews

    Alex Matthews

    5 ай бұрын

    this is unreal! I cannot believe how long it took me to stumble across this channel! you and your team absolutely ROCK!

    • Doc G

      Doc G

      Ай бұрын

      The thing that's most unreal is the bullet they shot transformed from an FMJ to a JHP when they pulled it out of the armor.

  16. Ethan Fury

    Ethan Fury

    5 ай бұрын

    This is fs one of the best and most real projects they have ever done, some projects end up hacking a lil bit to get the full effect just bc of modern technology not being able to fully recreate it, but this project has officially gone above and beyond, it is one of the most movie accurate projects ever completed!!👏👏

  17. Jay's Journey

    Jay's Journey

    3 ай бұрын

    I would love to see round 2 of this using spider silk. Its getting cheaper with more companys creating it using protiens. There has been alot of interest in using it in place of kevlar. The way its braided changes its properties too so there could be alot of variations in weight mixing differnt threads and kevlar types depending on how much cash you wanted to throw at it.

    • Mc Carthy

      Mc Carthy

      14 күн бұрын

      I think I remember something about them breeding goats with spider DNA and it makes their milk produce the proteins in spider silk which can be chemically harvested in viable quantities....spider silk is unbelievably interesting and I’m sure in time the applications will blow us away.

  18. Rick Sanson

    Rick Sanson

    2 ай бұрын

    Great work, this turned out a whole lot better then I expected it to ! That was very impressive to see and the amount of time you worked on this project shows dedication and a worthy reason to hit subscribe. 👍

  19. Clips of Growth

    Clips of Growth

    Ай бұрын

    The dedication is off the charts. Well done, guys.

  20. RoomieOfficial


    6 ай бұрын

    So freaking cool! Well done guys!!

    • Bapudebepo 4149

      Bapudebepo 4149

      6 ай бұрын

      Wow didn’t expect to see you here hey roomie 😁

    • SyEED


      6 ай бұрын

      Joel, you are the last person I’d expect to see in a hacksmith comment section 😂

    • jezza889


      6 ай бұрын

      WTF?! I didn't know Joel was a John Wick fan!

    • EASE  FF

      EASE FF

      6 ай бұрын


    • lmao


      6 ай бұрын

      Dra mig baklänges

  21. aaarrrrghh


    5 ай бұрын

    Gotta admit this is really impressive work, given how deranged an idea of a bullet proof suit might seem while watching the movie. Thumbs up

  22. Dread Pirate Danneskjold

    Dread Pirate Danneskjold

    4 ай бұрын

    The problem with the John Wick suit would be how well it dissipates the energy of the bullet. As many times as Wick is shot I’d imagine he’d have multiple broken ribs, bruises, and other possible internal injuries.

    • roll14tideroll


      4 ай бұрын

      well he also fell off a skyscraper and lived so he's superhuman

    • Dread Pirate Danneskjold

      Dread Pirate Danneskjold

      4 ай бұрын

      @roll14tideroll maybe he’s secretly Wolverine in disguise.

  23. Harrison Even

    Harrison Even

    3 ай бұрын

    She mentioned everyone looking at the suit and being oh cool a John Wick suit, and she sees every little mistake, this is something that scale modelers deal with. 4’ scale models of ships and hundreds sometimes over 1000 hours of work put in to each one, somewhere there’s mistakes and the only one who sees them is the creator. It shouldn’t detract from the fact that you made something people are going to be blown away by the detail that was put in to the project.

  24. Chewligan


    4 ай бұрын

    I love the way the tests were all a slow learning process and exposed some of the problems in the different materials. This all made it very enjoyable to watch. In all It was a very thorough, professionally performed test !!! Thanks guys !!!

  25. Gavin Greene

    Gavin Greene

    20 күн бұрын

    Y’all could make a lot of money making suites of such quality. Well done especially to the person who actually stitched it together

  26. slr nuttall

    slr nuttall

    6 ай бұрын

    This is waaay beyond the usual builds. Absolutely fantastic. I'm sure your Edna Mode will be able to sell this to her clients in the future. Nice to see James rocking the Wick whiskers. Cheers!

    • Maclord


      6 ай бұрын


    • Daunte


      6 ай бұрын


    • Takuma 👻

      Takuma 👻

      6 ай бұрын

      700 views in 45 minutes? Uh youtube? Hello?

    • Metalboy


      6 ай бұрын

      You mean the wicksers

    • Ashley Percival

      Ashley Percival

      6 ай бұрын

      Just remember; NO CAPES!

  27. Yasir Hamid

    Yasir Hamid

    3 ай бұрын

    The effort you put in this video, just increases my respect for you bro

  28. Juan De Andrade

    Juan De Andrade

    Ай бұрын

    ¡Gracias! Cosas así de bien hechas y de sorprendentes son las que muestran el ingenio humano en todo su esplendor



      Ай бұрын

      Muy cierto

  29. AmbisionZ of Rva

    AmbisionZ of Rva

    15 күн бұрын

    The suit was awesome and the tailor should be very very proud. Some people don't believe the world is evolving into things we see in movies but if this isn't proof idk what is. I'm only sad that we didn't get to see how strong the pants are against knives but otherwise awesome video

  30. Monika Kharel

    Monika Kharel

    3 ай бұрын

    "Wow, this is incredible! I've always been amazed by the action sequences in the John Wick movies, and now seeing someone actually attempt to create a bulletproof suit like the one he wears is mind-blowing. The attention to detail and craftsmanship in this video is top-notch. It's fascinating to see how they integrate the ballistic materials into the suit without compromising its style and mobility. I'm seriously impressed by the level of dedication and expertise it takes to bring this concept to life. Kudos to the team for pushing the boundaries of real-life armor and bringing a bit of the John Wick world into reality. Absolutely amazing!"

  31. The Landlord

    The Landlord

    21 күн бұрын

    thanks a million guys, fun to watch this thru....congrats on your great work....videos like this motivates the young into working more w/ their hands and brains in order to create something new and exciting....

  32. Jacob Kaalberg

    Jacob Kaalberg

    6 ай бұрын

    I don't know what's more impressive. The suit or how quickly you can change your hair from scene to scene

    • PurpleBox89


      6 ай бұрын

      His barber is very talented.

    • Jedikoops


      6 ай бұрын

      "custom bullets made by my barber"

    • Isaac Katsanis

      Isaac Katsanis

      6 ай бұрын

      Did he dye his hair to look like john wick just for this video!

    • Sherlock studios

      Sherlock studios

      6 ай бұрын

      He got that GTA five Barber

    • ZadianVWH Gaming

      ZadianVWH Gaming

      6 ай бұрын

      @Isaac Katsanis yes

  33. Joshua Wooten

    Joshua Wooten

    2 ай бұрын

    It would be awesome to put the suit under tests with some sensors and a ballistics gel to measure the force of impact vs the standard vest. To get an idea of the feeling. This is still super awesome!

  34. Night Man

    Night Man

    3 ай бұрын

    This is probably the most impressive build they've made.

  35. Umer Farooq

    Umer Farooq

    2 ай бұрын

    good work guys, all the team did insane hard work I am an old viewer of this channel but didn't watched your videos from the past year or so and came across your channel after a long time and watched this video and now I remember why I started watching you guys in the first place.

  36. Spammy boy

    Spammy boy

    4 ай бұрын

    This is crazy impressive! I loved this video and I hope you and your team are doing well! Also, the woven Kevlar looks like Shocker’s suit from Spider-Man.

  37. From the Forgotten

    From the Forgotten

    4 күн бұрын

    I can only imagine how much a custom tailored version of this would cost. Probably won't have enough before the apocalypse 😆

  38. Raisin Creations

    Raisin Creations

    6 ай бұрын

    The tailor deserves more credit. It's one thing to create a lightweight bulletproof material, but it's another to turn it into a stylish suit that actually looks good. That's half the battle! I have been sewing for 15 years now so I can clearly see what a marvel of tailoring this is. Tailoring by itself is already one of the most difficult sewing skills. But to do it with Kevlar? That's another level.

    • Jeff Doe

      Jeff Doe

      6 ай бұрын

      Agree 100%

    • Kermit Of War

      Kermit Of War

      6 ай бұрын

      A custom suit probably costs more than $100K+... Well worth it, if you can afford it, imho.

    • Dunkopf


      6 ай бұрын

      FR. The mysterious Taylor

    • Soren Beck

      Soren Beck

      6 ай бұрын

      @Kermit Of War A custom tailored suit is like 4-5 thousand not over 100 thousand.

    • Mansoor Khan Jadoon

      Mansoor Khan Jadoon

      6 ай бұрын

      @Soren Beck I think he was talking about the custom bullet proof suit.

  39. NetshadeX


    5 ай бұрын

    Really cool project and great video. Although a .45 transfers more energy on impact it actually has less penetrative capability than the 9 mm, but something tells me you already knew that ;). Should you ever do a follow up vid a cool addition would be firing a barrage of .22s at the suit.

  40. Jude Bowling

    Jude Bowling

    Ай бұрын

    Dude i remember when you started off in a garage and now you have grown so much ovwr the years. To everyone in hacksmith I am proud of all of you

  41. Micheal Banks

    Micheal Banks

    3 ай бұрын

    This suit genuinely has so much potential I would patent it

  42. Martin Williams

    Martin Williams

    4 ай бұрын

    Might be useful for space-suits to stop micro-meteorites, also have you thought about multiple layers of graphen on its side?

  43. КРЮТУ


    Ай бұрын

    The dedication is off the charts.Well done, guys.. So freaking cool! Well done guys!!.

  44. Hacksmith Industries

    Hacksmith Industries

    6 ай бұрын

    Get a *one-of-a-kind collectible* from this video, like squished bullets from testing, and even a sample of the composite we developed! Only available THIS WEEKEND at www.Hacksmith.store

    • Toothless


      6 ай бұрын

      Can you make a toothless tail from how to train your dragon

    • Spookiehi


      6 ай бұрын


    • Henry Pert

      Henry Pert

      6 ай бұрын

      Can you theoretically buy the suit? Like do I need to write you an Email or something?

    • Sam LEathes

      Sam LEathes

      6 ай бұрын

      Early! Love ur stuff!

    • Linda Hamilton

      Linda Hamilton

      6 ай бұрын


  45. rafael paiva macrufe

    rafael paiva macrufe

    5 ай бұрын

    Muito bom , muito criativo 👏

  46. Wonskrad


    3 ай бұрын

    wandering how much would this really cost if manufactured for commercial use, awesome work!

  47. Lesego Lenstwi

    Lesego Lenstwi

    3 ай бұрын

    Pretty cool, I remember brainstorming about this years ago in a café, awesome seeing the real world feasibly and application...try to get your material scientist to incorporate dragonskin-segmented-armor-plating in the suite, that'd be pretty awesome to see and it'd make it stronger

    • Imperialis Aquila

      Imperialis Aquila

      20 күн бұрын

      Could it work with the oblag? The liquid hardener(?)

  48. xCelticSamura1x


    2 ай бұрын

    I am 100% convinced these guys are military or Government contractors, the stuff they have made is legit the kind of stuff the military would want to employ into their ranks.

  49. Sailor5O


    2 ай бұрын

    This is incredible. The amount of lives this suit can save!.

  50. JerryRigEverything


    6 ай бұрын

    23:16 is my favorite part.

    • Hacksmith Industries

      Hacksmith Industries

      6 ай бұрын

      Was wondering if you'd spot it!!!

    • Flaffo


      6 ай бұрын

      guess why zack😂

    • Isaiah Hughes

      Isaiah Hughes

      6 ай бұрын


    • Max Payne

      Max Payne

      6 ай бұрын

      Omg it’s The Jerry! 🎉

    • Adriat


      6 ай бұрын

      Only 4 reply’s?

  51. Paul Skidmore

    Paul Skidmore

    5 ай бұрын

    You guys could try using graphene in the sheer thickening fluid. It's incredibly strong. May help with the deformation

  52. Joe


    Ай бұрын

    Time to create more of this John Wick bullet resistant suits for future use!

  53. Paulie Harrold

    Paulie Harrold

    23 күн бұрын

    On your testing if you were to have that material stretched out with heavy duty velcro sewn to securing your test pieces. Sure you would have better results seeing that all bullet resistant vest hold in place and do not deform as much. Great video. ~Paulie Da Cracker~

  54. Gestarum Music Mailler

    Gestarum Music Mailler

    4 ай бұрын

    El video esta muy bueno , gran proyecto , y que bien que lo logaron . la traducción a español tiene que mejorar y no solo por los actores de doblaje , si no por la mezcla volúmenes ecualización y compresión, a veces sonaban mas duro algunas voces otras sonaban mas bajitas etc . son detalles pero todo es un proceso espero les ayude mi critica constructiva .

  55. Purpical


    3 ай бұрын

    This is actually an amazing thumbnail. The question directs viewers to the video. The person is pointing at the main object. White background. A twist (the guns pointing at him). Overall a really good thumbnail, maybe 9.75/10.

  56. ArtistaFrustrado - KFP Lurk Shift

    ArtistaFrustrado - KFP Lurk Shift

    6 ай бұрын

    so, not only is impressive that the suit is bullet resistant & very wearable; but the fact that is also ridiculously stylish is what makes it extra impressive, massive kudos to the tailor for doing such an impeccable job

    • Mayank Verma

      Mayank Verma

      6 ай бұрын

      It also held up better than the real bullet proof vest. That says a lot about how far back Police R&D is.

    • Gwakk Kroniicler

      Gwakk Kroniicler

      6 ай бұрын

      @John the Revelator Do you have experienced in tailoring, or you're just spouting BS without any actual professional basis like everyone else?

    • J wills

      J wills

      6 ай бұрын

      @John the Revelator seems like you’re just trying to flex your knowledge and belittle people. Would be much better if you used your elevated position of knowledge on a subject to suggest improvements while complementing what they did well. It’s the difference between being a constructive communicator that people want to listen to vs being a know it all that people want to walk away from as quick as they can…

    • saberXstream


      6 ай бұрын

      ​@John the Revelator I will wear it since I got bad fashion style anyway. It's simple, not much pattern and just plain black and some wite which is my color. So a lot of people who has bad fashion style like me should like it. Yes, it's not as good as an actual stylish clothing, but it is not bad

    • J0EY Hz

      J0EY Hz

      6 ай бұрын

      Nah like deadass, I’d pay premium money for this

  57. Jack Garrett

    Jack Garrett

    4 ай бұрын

    Great job! My questions are whether the bulletproof suit jacket would actually absorb the round or rather the round would slide past it when Mr. Wick raises his jacket up like he does throughout the movie? Also seemed like everyone was using hollow point rounds, one would think armor piercing rounds would be used if this technology was so popular amongst these assassins?

    • Astræus


      7 күн бұрын

      I mean realistically they engage in full on gang-war style gun fights in the middle of crowded streets in some of the biggest cities in the world, and so clearly they don't give a shit about being stealthy, which always had me wondering....why the fu@$ does not ONE of them own a grenade launcher? Like an MGL or even an older single-shot M201. I don't care what kind of fancy suit he has on, he takes a 40mm grenade to the chest and it's game over, that's all she wrote.

  58. Mike-MS


    2 ай бұрын

    Somewhere I read about a dress that was manufactured with spider web (from golden silk spider). According to the article the material was so strong that it could potentially tank bullets better than Kevlar does. However I believe that this has not been tested. Perhaps, If you could have access to this kind of material, you could design the ultimate bullet proof suit.

    • Ego Alter

      Ego Alter

      2 ай бұрын

      First bulletproof vests were made in the late 18 hundreds with chinese silk and they were indeed lighter and stronger than kevlar. They were also insanely expensive.

  59. G G

    G G

    19 күн бұрын

    Despite the bulletproof fabric, I cannot imagine how much painful can be the impact. Sure enough to break your ribs 😱 but better than a bullet going through 😂

  60. Vince Tourigny

    Vince Tourigny

    Ай бұрын

    nice suit! you guys should try it with sensors under it to see if the impact would be lethal to organs !

  61. Leonardo Mafra Reina

    Leonardo Mafra Reina

    2 ай бұрын

    Being a Brazilian myself, it was really nice to see it dubbed in Portuguese. Thank you, this made my day better.

  62. Hacksmith Industries

    Hacksmith Industries

    6 ай бұрын

    *UMP5 shoots .45ACP -- sorry for the typo! The rest of the video is correct. We only tested with 9mm FMJ rounds since they have more penetration power than a 45. Vector was the closest equivalent to an UMP5 in Canada, which is why we use it for testing. Also, we could have cheated and used hollowpointd, but we didn't 😊 If you need armor, check out Premiere Body Armor ► www.premierbodyarmor.com/hacksmith They have certified slim bullet proof vests that you can easily wear under a suit! Which makes a lot more sense than a suit you can't even dry clean! (because you'd damage the kevlar and dyneema).

    • Hayden Van Gundy

      Hayden Van Gundy

      6 ай бұрын

      Seriously love this newer slower change of pace it really make you feel like your their and could make these ourselves. An insight into inventors and engineering creation process similar to bob ross

    • Ravonies Ravenshir

      Ravonies Ravenshir

      6 ай бұрын

      Hacksmith.... why not invent your own material, like see if you can invent something new... that is what Hacksmith is all about right? Not just reinventing, but coming up with something new :3 I had a idea for a combination, Spider Silk, Carbon Fiber fabric, with a micro scale/chainmail at the end, for stab resistance.

    • Hayden Van Gundy

      Hayden Van Gundy

      6 ай бұрын

      What if you ran two installments in parallel like: Weekly installments on a bigger project at the end of 3 months. Then have one that you film less and is done in a week or month.

    • Mr. Yeast

      Mr. Yeast

      6 ай бұрын

      @Ravonies Ravenshir Chain mail wouldn't really protect against stabs, it's more for slashes

    • Martin G

      Martin G

      6 ай бұрын

      A 9mm round cant hold 4.5 Grams powder. even if it could.. the gun would blow up instantly.. its more likely 4.5 GRAINS. 4.5 GRAMS is close to 70 grains..

  63. Antony


    4 ай бұрын

    Ficou incrível!

  64. Brandon R

    Brandon R

    18 күн бұрын

    Must have been the coolest thing wearing this suit. Fantastic!

  65. Scrapp P

    Scrapp P

    2 ай бұрын

    This is one of the most dopest KZonlines projects I’ve seen congratulations on the bulletproof john wick suit🎉🎉

  66. TiagoLobo


    3 ай бұрын

    Obrigada por disponibilizar a dublagem em português 👏👏 like !

    • Bruno Torrente

      Bruno Torrente

      2 ай бұрын

      Gostaria de saber se foi o proprio canal, pois parece que a fonte de audio esta diferente da original

  67. Makin Waves

    Makin Waves

    2 ай бұрын

    13:19 Ok, 2 things here about the custom ammo. 1 it's 4.5 GRAINS of powder, significantly less that a gram. And 2, if your using 115 grain projectiles with tight group powder. I've found that 4.3 grains is most accurate and runs roughly 1150/1200 FPS. But that load is also made at sea level and costal barometrics and atmospheric pressures. I have no idea where you are but figured this might be informative. Happy shooting -Triple J Ammunitions.

  68. The Last Roman

    The Last Roman

    5 ай бұрын

    This suit you guys made would actually have a lot of practical applications. Secret Service, plain clothes agents, undercover police, the list goes on. Definitely worth at least a patent.

    • Wazaag Break-head

      Wazaag Break-head

      5 ай бұрын

      It is patented they did so before the video

    • Breandán Ó Ciarraí

      Breandán Ó Ciarraí

      5 ай бұрын

      We've actually had suits like this for a while. Hell, I've owned mine for almost ten years now. But that's not to detract from what they did here, because A) they aren't professional armourers (mine came from a company out of Israel a lot of DS and Secret Service guys buy from), and B ) what they came up with... well, being blunt, it's a lot sexier than our normal, boring-arsed business suit style armoured suits 😆

    • Dee Harper

      Dee Harper

      5 ай бұрын

      @Wazaag Break-head They did? I thought it existed way before them?

    • FeuerToifel


      5 ай бұрын

      @Dee Harper the patent is probably for the exact composite of bullet resistand materials they used, not for "a bulletproof suit"

    • Wikterror 2807

      Wikterror 2807

      4 ай бұрын

      @Breandán Ó Ciarraí need to. Get myself one of. Those

  69. Jeremy K.

    Jeremy K.

    4 ай бұрын

    For trying to make a suit of armor I would get some of the SafeLife FRAS body panels that are level 4 soft panels that can stop up to 30-06. I’m not sure what or how they make the soft materials so great at stopping bullets but Kentucky Ballistics took a Gatling gun and fired 900 rounds into the chest of a FRAS vest/plate system and not a single round went through the vest let alone the level 4 plate inside the vest. I would look into the types of materials used in that to try to make the suit have the best functionality.

  70. Tehpanda


    15 күн бұрын

    is it weird that I actually kinda like how rigid the suit looks?

  71. Sinlo Kemp

    Sinlo Kemp

    5 ай бұрын

    Very impressive. Hacksmith R&D is taking things to a different level.

  72. ARC Trooper Fritz

    ARC Trooper Fritz

    3 ай бұрын

    This is super cool!! I’d love to see a bulletproof/stab resistant Batsuit!!!

  73. Tiger74147


    6 ай бұрын

    That suit looked WAY better than I ever would've thought at the end. And performed way better than I thought it would too!

    • PrograError


      6 ай бұрын

      Manners ... Maketh... Man ... [Deadbolts locks]

    • negan


      6 ай бұрын

      A man has to look his best when its time to get married or buried

    • catyear75


      6 ай бұрын

      Getting married IS getting buried ;-)

    • Wildlink123


      2 ай бұрын

      Dude that suit had a flawless victory honestly. Took more bullets than any other PROFESSIONAL grade vest except metal included ones

  74. Adrenaline and Epiphany

    Adrenaline and Epiphany

    4 ай бұрын

    Something I just realized is his suit has vibranium level kinetic impact resistance, so maybe that's how he takes little to no damage from getting hit by cars or all the falls he takes from balconies or falling off buildings.

  75. SlimShady 864

    SlimShady 864

    5 ай бұрын

    Keep going, if you guys can find a break through that's even thinner and more efficient the applications are endless. Who knows how many lives it could save

  76. Ayberk Emre Şirin

    Ayberk Emre Şirin

    3 ай бұрын

    What a unique content. Loved it

  77. Silverhand2023


    4 ай бұрын

    obrigado pela dublagem em pt br ficou mt bom e muito mais facil de entender

  78. Pasknalli 67

    Pasknalli 67

    16 күн бұрын

    It would have been very nice if you´ve tested the Suit on a "Balistic Torso" to show the injuries because of the power of the projectiles.

  79. QuantumS1ngularity


    6 ай бұрын

    The girl who put this all together, at one point she sounded so defeated and sad, like she had failed. But this was exactly the opposite of a failure - a monumental success. She is not just world class, she is next level. I really wish she understands that what she had achieved is of legendary proportion. She should feel proud of herself and her work. She's more than earned it.

    • Phantom Fist18

      Phantom Fist18

      6 ай бұрын

      From our perspective she is World class, but pretty sure she talked from the standard of her own understanding as a professional. Meaning she already knows other people or other organisations that maybe can succeed or more capable to make a better version of what she already achieved.

    • Marvin Redota

      Marvin Redota

      6 ай бұрын

      The thing about that is tailors are artist themselves and have a vision, it may look perfect for us but not for them, i feel her emotions discussing the style and aestethic of the suit with the kevla, you can really tell she likes it to be more stylish but the material is not giving her enough to work with and as an artist that's frustrating

    • Hellsong89


      6 ай бұрын

      @Phantom Fist18 There is already demand for this kind of suits. Demand is small but industry is there and almost none can notice suit like that. She is really good but you can still tell it has kevlar in it. The best dont need jobs like this, they already have enough customers as is and those can stop larger calibers than 9mm or 45acp, up to 7.62x39 far as i know.

    • Wasted Viking

      Wasted Viking

      6 ай бұрын


    • Alec Wallisch

      Alec Wallisch

      6 ай бұрын

      @applepie1911 haven't found anything verifying it, but also haven't looked much. I do know there are companies specializing in these for people like high ranking govt officials. I believe multiple presidents have had them

  80. Squirrelly Dan

    Squirrelly Dan

    5 ай бұрын

    This is one of the very very few videos I didn’t skip ahead on. Very very informative and impressive!

  81. Brody Atkin

    Brody Atkin

    4 ай бұрын

    This was amazing!! Thank you for pushing to finish this!

  82. Frank R. Haugen

    Frank R. Haugen

    Ай бұрын

    I suspect this video will result in some interesting things happening in the private protection business, because it's hard to get a high profile person to wear a vest, but a suit that is comfortable and stylish as well as bullet resistant should be easy enough

  83. Leandro Brito

    Leandro Brito

    3 ай бұрын

    Seria legal um desse aqui no Brasil ❤❤❤❤❤

  84. VENUMOUSll


    Ай бұрын

    A 3A vest is @20-32 layers total. depending on fabric used. now if you divide the total layers by the number of wearable items. then you can make each item thinner "less layers" but have a max total while wearing all 3-4 items. you don't make 1 item" jacket" 20-32 layers.

  85. emerald_dragon


    6 ай бұрын

    Holy crap, this is genuinely one of my favorite Hacksmith videos. Namely because you were able to reconstruct something nonsensical and turn it into something real and also maintain style. If you wore that suit outside no one would bat an eye and think it was bulletproof. You'd feel like a legend if you were getting mugged

    • Mayank Verma

      Mayank Verma

      6 ай бұрын

      That's all good. However, 😖 quite painful I'm afraid.

    • Noir


      6 ай бұрын

      I'd be paranoid of getting shot in the head or legs still

    • Samuel Hunter

      Samuel Hunter

      6 ай бұрын

      Until the mugger decides to go for a headshot 💀

  86. DippyDup


    2 ай бұрын

    Their is also the variance in bullet deformation caused on the bullet type, FMJ is range ammo and is much more susceptible to penetration, while defense ammunition/ hollow points are designed to cause maximum damage to an object by dumping all of its energy at one time. Most encounters will occur with the use of defense ammunition not FMJ to lessen collateral damage from over penetration. The major down side to using defense ammunition is that its much more difficult to penetrate soft body amour.

  87. Creakish


    4 ай бұрын

    You should try D30 if you plan on continuing this, it's basically like the fluid you were given except its super oobleck. Upon striking it 'locks up', just something to check out.

  88. Shubham Dasari

    Shubham Dasari

    2 ай бұрын

    A fun idea: fill a vest with rupert's drops and check if it's bullet proof. It would cost much kess and work effectively if pulled off correctly

  89. Kaique Loureiro

    Kaique Loureiro

    4 ай бұрын

    ri demais com essa tradução automática de áudio do youtube, o cara deve ter repetido umas 100x "a prova de balas" em um tom muito engraçado😂

  90. Bernard Ramirez

    Bernard Ramirez

    3 ай бұрын

    Love to see a collab between Hacksmith industries and bulletproof for everyone!

  91. BeBoChamp


    6 ай бұрын

    This is absurdly impressive work. Not only was it incredibly effective, it was also a beautiful suit! I can definitely say that if I saw someone walking down the street in that suit, I would not consider for a second that it was anything outside of a normal suit. Maybe upclose or on long inspection you MIGHT notice but that is still an unbelievable accomplishment!

  92. Chandraveer Chaudhary

    Chandraveer Chaudhary

    3 ай бұрын

    CRAZY... MIND Blowing ❤❤ Hat's off To The Hard work & Time , Patient You AND Your Team Put To Made This Amazing Suit (The BABA YAGA suit)💪❤❤

  93. Slade paul

    Slade paul

    4 ай бұрын

    Shout goes out to the sewing machine needles, without their penarative abilities this suit would not be possible, wait how did they make it through?

  94. Will Cook

    Will Cook

    3 ай бұрын

    Damn. That suit looks so good

  95. Jat


    4 ай бұрын

    Beautiful creation. Masterpiece, truly ❤

  96. Daniel Teece

    Daniel Teece

    2 ай бұрын

    Reloader here: you meant 4.5 GRAINS of smokeless powder in those hand loaded 9mm cartridges, not grams. 4.5 grams is roughly the same amount of black powder in a 45-70 rifle round back in the day. BIG difference :p Fascinating video just the same, thank you!

  97. Mos Baked

    Mos Baked

    6 ай бұрын

    Its crazy that they managed to squeeze all that body armour into that tiny suit, mad props to the material scientist you guys brought in.

    • Str33tzK1ng


      6 ай бұрын

      It's crazy to think they didn't even use uhmwpe which would've made the suit more bullet resistant, lighter and thinner.

    • c c

      c c

      6 ай бұрын

      @Str33tzK1ng They are using uhmwpe. This is the mostly white material. Spectra is a common uhmwpe, but there are dozens of different models of spectra.

    • Str33tzK1ng


      6 ай бұрын

      @c c that's very interesting, because Safelite makes uhmwpe panels that weigh next to nothing and are IIIA. They're also most def thinner than what they used. Which is why I mentioned it in the first place. Since they wouldn't mention any specific material other than it being kevlar.

    • Hacksmith Industries

      Hacksmith Industries

      6 ай бұрын

      Safelite's IIIA panels are 0.18" thick, which is 4.5mm -- our suit vest composite came in at 3.25mm =)

    • Str33tzK1ng


      6 ай бұрын

      @Hacksmith Industries color me impressed. I didn't catch that! I guess the video doesn't do the Suit justice. So can you spill the beans? Did you use uhmwpe?

  98. 6roke 6oy SiX

    6roke 6oy SiX

    4 ай бұрын

    Good question: how much would one of these really cost to be made?

  99. Garoto sem Futuro

    Garoto sem Futuro

    3 ай бұрын

    hey guys amazing work, I'm engineer in undergraduate major and I wanted to see a bit of the specifications of the materials, if you guy's have something like a essay or date about it, I would love to read about it, you guy's just did an amazing work and would help a lot in my research !!

  100. Kirk Lopez

    Kirk Lopez

    3 ай бұрын

    To the human with the purple fingernails, FANTASTIC JOB!🎉 Thank you for the amazing work and consider using this video to further your career! 👍