When life gives you lemons… make grenades:
Unfortunately it doesn’t explode rine and lemon juice into your targets eyes. :/
Too bad there isn’t such thing as miniature pineapples.
Too many features on this Glock to list.
“We create a typhoon by pushing the red laser button.” LOL that was the best part.
If you watch one video on this blog today, watch this one.
Interesting, I didn’t want to punch Richard Ryan (the kid without the beard) in the face as much as I normally do.
I didn’t think his obnoxiousness in some of his other vids was an act, but it must be.
Judging by what I read on the internet, shootouts are pretty routine in some parts of Mexico nowadays.
I have, by now, got rather fond of Mr. James Bond. I like most of the things about him, with the exception of his rather deplorable taste in firearms. In particular, I dislike a man who comes into contact with all sorts of formidable people using a .25 Beretta. This sort of gun is really a lady’s gun, and not a really nice lady at that. If Mr. Bond has to use a light gun he would be better off with a .22 rim fire; the lead bullet would cause more shocking effect than the jacketed type of the .25.
May I suggest that Mr. Bond be armed with a revolver?
All valid points.
Then the coolest thing happens. Fleming introduces a “service armorer” into the Dr. No book, and names him Major Boothroyd! The character also appeared in later films. (wiki)
A BBC interview with Boothroyd – HERE
Excuse me while I go craft letters to authors, and movie directors on why they should use Glocks in an effort to get a character named after me.
Hat tip: Letters Of Note