gaston glock

That NEW new testament:

Glock-AidI bet I’ll meet Gaston on Rodeo Dr. someday walking out of Rolex, and be like “What up Gaston?” and the exchange between us will likely happen similar to one of my favorite scenes from BELLY.  I’m Method Man in this case (aka Ike Love).  I’d try to get him to agree to a collab, and in his Austrian accent he’d tell me “We don’t fuck with outta town’ers, especially silly blog motherfuckers like you.”  I’d play it off like it didn’t hurt my core, but from the instant change in my demeanor he’ll know that it cut deep.  Regardless, my respect for him after that never dwindles.

6:36 – 6:47 – Collection goals.

10:12 – “I went to the patent office to check on the latest inventions that the competition had.  I examined everything, and then I bought the most efficient pistols available at the time and took them apart; inspected everything carefully and analyzed them.  I then concluded that I would not make such junk because it is much too expensive and not safe enough.”  LOL this guy.

10:54 – “All Glock products undergo rigiorous tests”  *Mattv2099 footage*  Oh wait, just Glock footage :/


P.S. – It’s sad that I actually quit dreaming about a Glock made carbine.  Will it happen?  Some say it’s in the works.  I don’t know though, I’ve been holding my breath for a long time.  Every SHOT show that passes is like a punch to the gut.

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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.



The boss of one of Europe’s biggest gunsmiths Gaston Glock is facing a police investigation in Austria after claims that he he held a realistic looking replica pistol to a photographer’s head and pulled the trigger.

He claims the 82-year-old tycoon then fired the gun at him which was a water pistol and then told him: “I bet you’re glad that this is not a real gun.”

Full Story – HERE

Translation: “WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH I’m a bottom feeder and someone shot a water pistol at me and then said something I didn’t like.”

Get a real job that doesn’t invade people’s privacy and then maybe i’ll give a shit…. NEXT!

I sure hope Gaston doesn’t have to lose any sleep over this case.