It sounds like the same story that you hear when some poor guy finally wins the lottery. He has a couple of great months before the money runs out and then he’s right back where he started only worse. People are not changed by wealth and fortune. If anything, if they can’t handle it, their [...]
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Many Glock Shooters are interested in a brief history of the company. On the Ammoland website, there is one. Since they used a photo of mine, I can only guess that they also acquired the history from some other source, but it is concise and accurate, if a bit dated. UPDATE: AmmoLand is awesome: Here’s [...]
OK, I know, we’re tired of Paul Jannuzzo’s fall from grace in the Glockiverse, but I’m launching this last post because I’ve never seen an article like this that really gives so much detail about a court case. This is from www.LAW.com. It’s actually very interesting. 283-page transcript of a confession???? Wow. Thursday, March 08, [...]
OK people. As Jim Croce once said: Don’t tug on Superman’s cape, spit into the wind, pull the mask off the ole Lone Ranger and you don’t mess around with Gaston! This is a man who defeated an assassin with his bare hands. This article from the Los Anges Times illustrates that not everyone is on the same page. 3 [...]
Here’s an old article from Forbes Magazine in 2003 Top Gun Dyan Machan, 03.31.03 Inside the secret and violent world of Gaston Glock, maker of the most popular firearm in U.S. law enforcement. He is the man behind the gun. You don’t mess with Gaston Glock. His most trusted associate tried. Lured into a dimly [...]