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Messing with “perfection”. Use a readily available clear magazine and you can check your round count like this is some sort of damn video game:

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Weapons Armament Research (W.A.R.) delivered.  Sticking with the acronyms, he calls it the R.A.W (Round Assessment Window).  This guy doesn’t appear to have a website; only instagram and an email address weaponsarmamentresearch@gmail.com if you want to holler at him to put a window in your Glock.  Tell him “ENDO sent me”.  Oh… you thought I was going to say you get a discount by name dropping?  Nah, he’ll most likely be like “What’s an ENDO?” haha.

Thoughts?

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You get this kind of oversight:

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haha cool story brAh.  What happened, did the shooter take a hammer and pound the entire cartridge through the windshield?  Did the cartridge fall from the sky?  These are questions that need answers amirite?  *smfh* the fact this product made it through R&D I literally CAN’T EVEN… wait no… no… just D, there was obviously no R involved.

Remember when Glock went “Full Cartridge” on our asses?  That was gold.

Thoughts?  Maybe the genius behind TriggerPoint designed this gag gift as his segue to the even derpier product we’ve all be laughing at for the past few weeks.

Gat tip: Adam

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Not the kind of sign you would expect to see on a bank:

Very refreshing.

It’s from the window of the Chappell Hill Bank in Chappel Hill Texas.  Judging by the pictures rotating on their main page, it looks like a really neat old place.

Source – GunFreeZone

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The last part means business!

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Unconcealable isn’t a word as far as I know, but it still gets its point across. Very proactive of them to cover all their bases with 2 signs. :P

Hat Tip: Mark K

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