I don’t get that part where the lady shot the hog at 0:56 … first of all when she shouldered the rifle she was initially aiming at the one guys lower body.. then the other guy who was holding the live hog by it’s back legs steered it so she had a good shot. Wtf was that? Did they trap that hog or something, and why was it acting so subdued? I thought hogs were fighters.
The indoor range they showed toward the end of the video looked GHETTO. I saw wheelbarrows, scrap wood, what looked like straw… I hope the ventilation in there is better than it looks.
Nice to see more women shooting, hopefully most are having fun while they practice. I’m sure there will always be a number of women that can’t stand guns, but feel they need to learn how to shoot for their own safety.
Everyone knows I love glock, but it’s become obvious that the Glock marketing department recently bought a digital SLR and learned about Adobe After Effects… or were sold the idea by a external marketing firm. Both commercials so far were quite pointless. (the first one is HERE if you want to check it out)
I don’t really get this whole “Confidence To Life Your Life” campaign either. Is that implying that anyone without a Glock is likely a scared little bee0tch? If so, i’m sure those sound like fightin’ words to a lot of people.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck holds up a rocket launcher turned in during a weekend gun-buyback program in the city. The haul also included 791 handguns, 527 rifles and 302 shotguns — less than what usually is turned in. A supermarket chain donated $200,000 in gift cards to be given out in exchange for the weapons.
Electronic Arts’ quest for realism hatched this new idea… Partner with real brands:
The partnership idea is win-win if you ask me. If nothing else, it will at least help educate the kids in the proper equipment and it’s use. I just wish other games such as Grand Theft Auto would partner with actual car manufacturers. hahah wishful thinking I suppose in that case.
I’m dying to know what kind of partnership agreement was reached. It is interesting because it’s obviously mutually beneficial, but at the same time it is a huge advertising opportunity for the brands. My guess is that the companies involved cut Electronic Arts some very hefty checks. Anyone have any inside info?