The Rook Armored

Besides being the perfect vehicle for a zombie apocalypse, Ring Power’s “The Rook,” based ona CAT 287c multi terrain loader chassis, is great for helping police catch criminals. It’s powered by a 74-horsepower engine, mated to a two-speed powertrain, capable of speeds up to 9 mph. What really sets it apart are the four attachments for the front: a hydraulic breaching ram for demolishing walls, a vehicle extraction tool to lift heavy objects, an armored deployment platform to provide safety for officers, and a grapple claw. NIJ IV armor protection, rubber tracks, and the option for custom fabricated armor ensures that it can handle just about any war zone. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of Steve Wozniak explaining why he waited overnight for several of Apple’s most popular products in past years.

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