How to Jumpstart a Car with an AK-47… or Two Other Unusual Jumpstarts for Normal People

There has been much talk in recent years about banning AK-47s and other assault weapons. But those who want to ban assault weapons seem to be forgetting one very important thing:

If those kinds of weapons are banned, how are we going to jumpstart our cars?

Huh? You heard me. Take a look at this very short video and watch as these gentlemen charge a dead battery using parts from an AK-47. I’m guessing they needed to get this car running so they wouldn’t be late for their charity work.

Now, to be honest, it might be a tad stressful for people around you in a mall parking lot if you suddenly pull out an AK-47 while standing next to your car with its hood up.

You know how people tend to jump to conclusions. They might not realize that all you want to do is jumpstart your car. You should be prepared for a lot of screaming, hiding behind cars and calls to 911.

A far less conspicuous method of jumpstarting your car is by using 10 to 12 Double A batteries, which in series can provide enough charge for an engine crank. As you’ll see in this video, you can solder the batteries together using wire, and jumpstart your vehicle that way. But it could take you about 30 minutes.

Both of these strategies might succeed, but they have their downsides. Fortunately, there is a much simpler, quicker and safer way to do it. It’s called the Patriot Power Hub. Check it out here!

To your survival,

Frank Bates

P.S. So, now you know that it’s possible to jumpstart your car with a series of Double A batteries soldered together, although it will take a while to accomplish. You also know it’s possible to jumpstart your car with an AK-47, but you may have to put up with a lot of yelling and police showing up to arrest you. Your best solution is the Patriot Power Hub. Happy motoring!


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