(KFOR) The makers of a new collapsible storm shelter say it's the way of the future.
With the space the "HIDE AWAY" shelter saves when collapsed down to its 17 inches from the wall it may very well be the way of the future, but that isn't stopping one Oklahoma City shelter business owner from pointing out the flaws he says are in the "HIDE AWAY".
Mark Webb has been making shelters for around ten years and had something to say about this new idea.
"I saw that the hide-shelter was advertising as that they were going do some business with schools as a bullet proof shelter is irresponsible. Bullet-proof all depends on the caliber of the weapon that's being at it," he says.
The makers of "HIDE-AWAY" say they have tested it and it has remained resilient after multiple gun shots but they are going to go ahead and have it tested by an official testing organization.
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