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Somebody picked the wrong script writer. And casting director. And voice coach (FPSRussia moonlighting.) And, and, and. Click here for a longer version but really, really? [h/t]

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    • My sentiments exactly.

      Let’s see if they covered all the Marketing 101 points:
      bad guy attack — check
      policeman comes to the rescue — check
      gun in scene — check
      foot or car chase — check
      pretty woman — check

      I would really love to see some actual creativity in commercials. And I would love to know what product or service they are supposedly advertising versus a 2 second glimpse of a company logo at the end of the commercial.

    • Now if Gunny, as a civilian out walking with his trophy and his dog, had drawn the Glock and stopped the robber, who was a home-grown low-life type, not some phony Euro, and then waited ten minutes until the police showed up to take custody and shook Gunny’s hand before sending him on his way…

      My problem with every Glock commercial I’ve seen is that it always seems to be LEOs handling the hardware, not legally armed non-LEO citizens exercising their natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to self defense.

      They have the law enforcement market pretty well tied up already, why keep pandering?

  1. The extended version goes along with Glock’s standard “LEO”-fellating fare, in which rather than armed citizen, he’s a cop. It sends the wrong message, that only the cops can defend themselves.

    It’s a moot point, since hardly no one will see these Glock ads, anyway.

      • Yes, somewhere around 65% of LE carries a Glock. When you think of the variety of other service pistols on the market, that’s a pretty damn impressive number.

        • Not so impressive when you take into account the fact that Glock forces retailers to sell to “LEO”s at a steep discount, lest they lose their status as a Glock dealer.

  2. So many things wrong with this video. Lets just say I hope someone lost their job over it. However, more likely, they got a bonus.

  3. What a shame. Let us assume this scene was in NY (I cannot read the license plate, but it isn’t a CA one)

    Gunny lives in California. Shoot the commercial here and have it be a real taxi cab drive. Little known fact of CA law? Taxi cab drivers can carry concealed WITHOUT a permit as long as they are operating a cab (it is considered their place of business)

    cf. People v. Marotta

    Or better shoot it in Phoenix, or Houston, and have it be a regular joe not a cop.

  4. Oy.
    Most weak-ass knife disarm I’ve seen in, like, forever.

    Extend the muzzle beyond the seat barrier? Not tactically sound from a retention perspective.

    But the thing that really bugs me…why in hell is Gunny elbow-dropping the suspect? That guy is unarmed and running away from an armed attacker. Officer Taxi is lucky he didn’t get dropped himself.

    Oy #2 – I just watched the extended version. More storyline wasn’t enough to save it.

    • Apparently gunny has a keen sense of being able to tell who the theatening people are in a fight…well other then private Pyle anyway.

  5. Whole scene was too well lit for inside of a cab. The BG should have been suspicious about the camera man. That babe is way too hot for gunny, obviously a hooker. Come on guys, really? Put it on TV and other than people of the gun, who’s gonna see anything wrong? Laugh a bit. It makes you feel good.

  6. I saw nothing wrong with the ad and it was nice to see Gunny doing a commercial with his grand daughter…. 🙂

  7. Clearly Glock needs a new ad agency. This feels like an in-house produced ad with no budget. I like Gunny, but the production value and content is a near zero.

    They could DOMINATE the gun ad space with the right ad team. Oh wait, they already dominate so I guess they figure there is no need to spend money on ads like this.


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