Somebody picked the wrong girl – Glock video ad

Just the presence of a firearm stops thousands of crimes, and we all need to acknowledge that fact.


If you want to have the “she should have called 911” discussion, I’m open to that but you’ll need to definitively ask yourself is at what point should you dial 911?

In the video, should the woman had called the police when her “who is it?” question was left unanswered? The second time? At the third set of knocks, the would-be criminal starting working the door knob, and at that point it would have been too late to turn and make the phone call.

Just the sight of the firearm – correctly held in her hand by the way – stopped the threat. The guy may have turned and ran, but for effect the guy passes out at the sight of a woman pointing a gun at him.

As a side note, the firearm held by the actress is the exact same make and model – a Glock 19 – used by the Virginia Tech shooter who killed 32 and wounded 17 in April 2007.

Gotta love R. Lee Ermey as the EMT. He’s part of Team Glock and a spokesperson for the company.

7 replies
  1. Dimsdale
    Dimsdale says:

    Unless the police just happened to be immediately in that area, it would likely have been the woman being strapped to a gurney, possibly with the sheet over her head.
    Several gun related magazines that I frequent, including NRA publications, are full of true stories about the use of guns for self defense, most of which do not require the firing of the gun, just its presence.? These are all stories you NEVER see on the MSM news.? Additionally, these publications feature safety articles, as well as discussions about legally carrying, i.e. where and when you should do so etc.? There are never articles that resemble anything like the stuff that comes out of Hollyweird.

    • essneff
      essneff says:

      You hit the nail on the head…. because she had that Glock cocked,?la policia strapped the cuffs on the mutant rather than tagging and?bagging the victim…… gotta love “Gunnery Sargeant Hartman” delivering the punch line!

  2. Lynn
    Lynn says:

    I give it a 5 hearts out of five, good acting, witty, suspenseful and we could see the brand name. ?Well worthy of a Cleo award.

  3. JBS
    JBS says:

    I love it! Just for grins and giggles, I recommend the “Diner . . . ” video.
    I have had many Glocks. One that I have is so old, 1987 (?) in the original box, that it’s probably an antique.
    This lady portrayed the first rule of self defense. Be prepared.
    Gunny does a fine job of it, also.

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