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Artist Greg Broadwell with something that costs more than you make in a month:

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I know what you’re going to say “You’d be surprised what I make in a month.” *eye roll* haha

Crooks-And-Castles-New-Era-Glock-Grind-HatIf you want to buy it, the price is $900 (Yea yea, I know you make more than $900 a month).  Contact Greg via the link to his website at the top of the post.  Definitely some other cool looking gun related projects showcased on there as well.

Greg tells me he’s open to commissions, so if you’re looking for a porcelain Deagle brand Deagle or Hi-Point he’s your guy.

Thoughts?

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I really hope the prop gun was a Glock 7:

I-Hate-Bees-Bruce-WillisThe thing about Glock 7’s is they can go through airport x-ray machines, and they cost more than any of you make in a month.

I haven’t seen the first RED movie yet, but I hear it was alright.

Thoughts?  Stupid move considering blank guns have injured and even killed people in the past?

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John McClane is back:

I don’t know why, but this trailer doesn’t really make me that pumped up for this movie, but i’ll definitely watch it sooner or later.

No word on whether or not the punks in the movie will be carrying around Glock 7s.

In theaters February 14th, 2013

Thoughts?

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The Glock 7 among other bullshit is back:

Rachel Maddow just skyrocketed to the top of my list of least favorite lesbians, and today was the first day I heard of her (sorry Rosie O’donnell).  If you have 14 minutes to waste, watch the above clip… its sad and hilarious at the same time.  At least she said “30 round magazine” at 8:20, not CLIP…. oh wait… she did say clip 2 out of 4 times after all in the same breath LOL.

Shootings are such tragedies, and so is the media’s response to them. If you ask me, Glock should be suing all these news outlets for spreading false information about their firearms.

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Weapons control systems are designed to detect and deny entry to unauthorized people carrying weapons into secure areas.

From NovaComm, one of the leading manufactures of these systems:

The access control system consists of a bullet resistant aluminum frame enclosed by bullet resistant glass, and a bullet resistive ceiling. The frame is divided into two separate compartments: one for entry and one for exit. Passage through each compartment is controlled by a set of two intercommunicating doors. Entry doors and exit doors are totally separate systems. Control of the doors is achieved through the use of exit devices, magnetic locks, infrared sensors, and a metal detector.

NovaComm’s Access Control Vestibule can distinguish between magnetic, non-magnetic and mixed alloys weapons.

More info on their website – HERE

One of my blog followers, Israel, sent me the following pictures from his local bank (University Credit Union) in Miami, FL:

And a closeup of the sign:

Israel, who is a concealed weapons permit (CWP) holder is not impressed with this recent “upgrade”, and decided to write the bank president a letter (viewable here).

My guess is that systems like these are a fairly good deterrent to crime.  But at what cost?

The reality is that just because “metal” guns and weapons are not allowed in the bank, doesn’t mean there are not countless other ways for a criminal to wreak havoc inside of a bank. Composite knives, bats, knunchucks, chemical weapons, leather whips, a pool ball in a sock … the Glock 7 (I kid about that one)

I know the bank is considered private property, and we all have the choice whether or not we want to deal with places like this. The easiest thing to do I suppose is just switch banks if you don’t like their policies.  It’s too bad it has to come to that sometime in order to stay safe.

Thanks Israel!

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