Not entirely sure if this is the right thread for this, so mods feel free to move elsewhere if appropriate? I heard once that attempting to shoot out tyres in a speeding car is a waste of time, partly because of the increased air pressure inside the tyre increases the strength of the tyre wall, but mainly because the speed of the tyre surface would deflect the round. i.e. a small pointy lead pellet moving at 900 ish metres per second. Will that penetrate a rubber wall that is travelling at approx right angles at xxx m/s? I am inclined to think it wont, although it would depend on the speed of the car at the time. And yes, i do know a much easier method of stopping a car, but was wondering if anyone actually has experience of this?