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Team GLOCK's Michelle Viscusi and Tori Nonaka (courtesy The Truth About Guns)

We ran into Team GLOCK member Michelle Viscusi (left) and the colorful Tori Nonaka (right). The ladies told TTAG they loved the GLOCK 42. No surprise there: it’s an incredibly soft-shooting, pocketable pistol. Sure it’s a .380 but if anyone has a chance of proper shot placement during a DGU it’s these competitors. At least in theory. . .

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  1. not exactly what i would call breaking.

    this article got me nervous for no reason. when i read braking on ttag, the first thing that goes through my mind is “oh no my rights just got infringed…again…even more.”

  2. My mom would be mortified if I took her home with hair like that. Even still, I suppose I’m disappointed I’ll never get to see that look on her face.

    • I’m old enough to be their dad. And first thing I’d do is tell her not to let her mother see that blue hair.

  3. Wait, hold up. You’re telling me you ran into someone who is sponsored by Brand X at a trade show and they told you how much they love Brand X’s new product? SHENANIGANS.

  4. Don’t scare me TTAG

    Quoting my smartphones email notification heading :


    I’m used to thinking “oh SHIT” after seeing BREAKING in a TTAG subject line, but whoa.That was creepy.

  5. With that smile she looks like Reese Witherspoon. And while I am not religious, a beautiful girl who shoots is proof that there is a god. Who teases me.

  6. has she turned 18 yet? I met her at the NRA convention a few years back, and she was very nice.

    and I am old enough to be her (Sugar) Daddy

    • You can have Tori if I get Michelle……

      Of course if that ever happened I would be getting a divorce too, even without wanting one. If i’m still alive that is,. Depends on how mad she gets I guess, she is armed.

    • With those cheekbones, she’d probably still be a looker without any hair.

      I know that sounds weird, but for most people, if you shaved their hair their head looks like a potato. She wouldn’t have that issue.

  7. It’s breaking news when one of them loves it so much that she uses her own money to buy one. Otherwise, not so much.

    Oh, wait. This is just an excuse to post eye candy, isn’t it. My bad.

  8. The blue hairs most TTAG commenters are familiar with are driving Cadillacs and can‘t see over the steering wheel.

  9. When I saw some pointless article about a chick dying her hair, why was I not surprised who the author was?

    And this is really not all that shocking. I got married to a chick with pink hair.

  10. No surprise there, as they work for Glock, lol.

    met them both at the NRA show. Took a pic with Michelle, Colion, and KC, had Tori sign my hat. Cool people.

    • This is TTAG unless Robert slips, then it becomes The Truth about… well, add your own title.

      There’s a limit to how snarky I’ll be because I like Robert’s other stuff he writes.

    • I do. You clearly don’t. At best that makes it neutral, but if you scroll up, I think I’ve got some more people on my side, so I win. You probably have some people on your side, too, but they all had the good graces to not tell us about it. They just read it, shrugged, and moved on, because they didn’t feel it necessary to inflict their negativity (or apathy) on the rest of us.

      • I dunno Matt.

        I think that quite a few of us who would prefer to see this blog be the more professional, legit gathering to be empowered at during the current culture war have kind of thrown our hands up in the air and given up at this point.

        There are quite a few people who come to TTAG for real news and legit articles.

        I go to ENDO and other blogs for fun (as do you). I feel like TTAG should be a blog we can share with coworkers and total strangers and for the most part it is, except for the god-awful insistence of RF to sprinkle the blog with these gems that simply scream, WOMEN DON’T READ THIS BLOG!

        When you figure that winning the culture war will be more about making our hobby/sport more inclusive than anything else, these types of articles are like kryptonite to our movement.

        I, like every other heterosexual man think about and talk about women fairly often in my life, especially among friends. But I DON’T DO IT AT WORK OR IN PUBLIC.

        Sorry for caps – but I wanted to add emphasis.

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