Decent looking new moving coming out:
In theaters April 11, 2014.
I’ll see it sooner or later… normally I like cartel related movies. End of Watch (by the same guy who directed this movie) was awesome.. and this looks similar. The guy also wrote Training Day, which is in my top 10 favorite movies of all time.
Someone please verify the authenticity of this ad, and put the link in the comments:
The above picture was posted on TheFirearmBlog recently. No link to the source, and when I looked at some of Glock’s blogs and social media pages I don’t find any mention of it.
These are the reasons I think the picture is fake:
- The comparison of size to a Zippo lighter is weak. Why would Glock do that? I think they have a better marketing department than that.
- The Zippo lighter looks like a shitty low effort image pulled off google… I tried to look for the matching pic but couldn’t find it
- Has Glock ever used PROVEN in their ads before? I don’t remember seeing it. Plus, if the gun is new, why would you put PROVEN in the ad?
- People love starting SHOT show rumors. ”OMG Becky, I heard this year Glock is coming out with a rifle! OMG Trisha I heard a single stack 9mm. Lets go get bikini waxes and discuss the merits of 9mm over .45, and what finish of Deagle Brand Deagles we want to get our boyfriends for Christmas.” Yea it’s like that.
0:30 – Mobile internet is slow? Not in my experience!
I don’t know… this video wasn’t one of the better ones in my opinion. Like the Natalie Foster one I posted a couple days ago, this also just seemed to be made “just because”.
Two in the body, three in the head. Jerry makes sure shit is dead:
Old man speed? Nah just Jerry’s patented greased lightening on laxatives speed.
1:41 – Why did this shot and the one after it eject shitty?
Oh look, you can swap out factory parts in your Glock to give it a feature it doesn’t need and shouldn’t have:
When the user’s thumb presses and holds Sure-Draw’s safer action inward, the weapon will NOT fire. Release the safety, returning to normal grip, and the weapon is ready to fire. Sure-Draw allows the user to holster their weapon with confidence.
More info over at the Sure-Draw website, where you can also get put on a pre-order for $30.
If you’re too stupid or careless to remember to keep your finger off the trigger until you’re ready to put a hole in something you really shouldn’t be allowed to handle a gun because you’re a danger to yourself and others. I’m sure this momentary safety “works”… but at what cost? Besides swapping out factory parts, you’re also forced to hold your Glock like an imbecile in order to activate said safety. It’s too bad Hornady doesn’t make DERPMAX Ammo for people who think this is a useful modification.
The icing on this retarded cake is that the product is called “Sure-DRAW” when clearly it should be called “Sure-HOLSTER” because that’s mainly what they are advocating its use for… holstering.
Why mess with PERFECTION?
Thoughts? Would operate with?
Mattv2099 back to doing shit just to do it:
Honestly I know I’m kind of wasteful sometime, but if any sort of mess like that ever “happened” to my Glock I think I’d probably just sell it “AS IS” on Craig’s List.
Tenifer molecules and the polymer molecules compromised by the boiling oil? Looks delicious though… I would have at least licked it a few times. What the hell? He didn’t even shoot it!? Now that Matt is a YouTube trillionaire he’s too good to take Glock KABOOM risks for us apparently… what a sellout.