Gaston Glock, the gun mogul who supplies firearms to two-thirds of U.S. police departments—and to millions of individual American consumers—has been accused of thieving, money laundering, and racketeering. Glock’s ex-wife, Helga, filed a massive civil suit Thursday against the Austrian industrialist in federal court in Atlanta, near Glock’s subsidiary headquarters in Smyrna, Ga. The 340-page suit invokes the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act and seeks $500 million plus unspecified punitive damages and attorneys’ fees.
Full story at Businessweeek.
LOL $500 million. For Gaston it’s NOTHING to stunt. Probably one of my better photoshops, didn’t talk long either.
This is badass / true:
They can offer reality, education, making a difference, AND they forgot to add M90 camouflage. One of my favorite patterns.
Hat tip: FirearmBlog
Quietly reducing the pheasant population:
Those dogs are having the time of their lives. The suppressor looks pretty funny on the end of those shotguns, but obviously better than having to listen to the loud report of an unsuppressed shotgun… better for the dogs and not scaring other pheasants too.
Pheasants always used to scare the shit out of me when I was dirtbiking… they are so dumb.
NRAwomen Love At First Shot goes to Hornady:
Ohhhhhh Lawwwwd ammo production line footage… me = dead. I love that kind of stuff!
Hornady ammo is so top notch looking always. Even the boxes Hornady ammo comes in is Boutique store caliber. I have a box of Critical Defense from the early aughts (That’s the way coolguys say early 2000’s I found out recently) I refuse to shoot because it’s so nice looking… All my glocks have eaten are Wolf, Winchester white box, and American Eagle. Hell I’d shoot Value Village ammo if it was made available for cheap.
Looks like the next episode will be all production line footage!
Royal Nonesuch trying some different wacky loads:
The results were actually surprising at first… but then he started going full-retard with the barrel obstructions and I was like GTFO of course it’s going to bulge or blow up.
At least he’s being semi-safe on this video by hiding behind that dumpster. He has Oakley sunglasses for eye pro, which he doesn’t really need in this case and he’s still using headphones for ear pro which also might not really be needed due to how far behind he was.
Always with the interesting shirts, Royal is on that Zach Morris tip with the retro triple golfbag joint. No doubt he went go holler at a Kelly Kapowski after the vid ended.
I always wonder why in these NRA Life Of Duty episodes they insist on the “while-driving-a-vehicle” answers. Is that some attempt to make it seem more casual? It just seems awkward and disconnected to me.
I can’t say I disagree with their thoughts on this. Pretty obnoxious how the school he offered his time too, wouldn’t even take Tom’s training for free. *smh*
People hate reality. The fact many parents would rather take the chance with their kids safety, and clean up the mess after the fact really says something.