Saturday, December 26, 2015

Glock Has a New Commercial On TV

I was over at my In Laws all day yesterday and I was sitting on the couch minding my own business when this came on.
This is the extended version, the one I saw was a thirty second spot.
I almost couldn't believe what I was seeing.

I honestly can't remember the last time I saw an advertisement for a gun on television.

This was over in Oregon too, I hope those hoplophobic sonsabitches over there choked on their pumpkin pie.


  1. Hey now, don't go throwing a blanket statement about Oregonians. However, feel free to to throw that blanket statement over the idiots in Eugenistan, Ashland, and Portlandia. Most of the rest of us are OK.

  2. Curious to see if this is a one off or the start of a trend.

  3. I have never wanted a Glock in my life. I wonder why I want one now...?

  4. Where's all the old, fat, potbellied, beerdrinkin', REDNECK, MEN that are suppose to be everyone that "Carry's????"
    Got Gunz...OUTLAW!!!!,

  5. Was this on network TV? I see them regularly on the Outdoor Channel and the other outdoorsy sorts channels.


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