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    Doesn't bother me at all!
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    Wow she is a very attractive young lady isn't she. Got to go watch it again to figure out the message.
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    I don't think anybody with anything between their ears thinks it will.
    Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunder bolt...... Sun Tzu.

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    Glock ad does a disservice

    Love it. I would love to work for the ad agency that created this gem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rstickle View Post
    Love redheads, but shouldn't she have dialed 911?
    She should have dialed 1911, and THEN 911, Then the fainting thing woulda been a little more believable :)

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    Hey, that fireman at the end with a white shirt and CCW badge sure do look like the gunny in "Full Metal Jacket"
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    Quote Originally Posted by scout706 View Post
    She should have dialed 1911, and THEN 911, Then the fainting thing woulda been a little more believable :)
    It doesn't work that way...

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    The only disservice I see in this video is the lack of a Glock. Four times through and I still can't find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dooger View Post
    It doesn't work that way...
    Why not? If we accept the ridiculous premise that the bad guy's gonna faint from the mere SIGHT of plastic gun. Surely it's okay to think that at the very least the same will happen when confronted with the glorious 1911.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    That's a video? I just stared at the picture....
    Good one!
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    Funny commercials with some good advertising . Anyone that takes it for anything else has lost to many brain cells.

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    Geez...its a commercial. Take it for what its worth. If you want to sell off your Glocks, go for it.

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    It's just an ad, I think the point they are trying to get across is that all encounters do not have to end with someone pulling the trigger and taking a life. With everything that has been in the news lately it's just a way to try to take the edge off. If this ad turns the hard core Glock fans off I can help you out. Just send me a PM and I will be happy to take all your unwanted Glocks off your hands. I think I can make some room in the safe for them .

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    All I see is HOTNESS!

    I like it.

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