SIG MMG 338 Program Series

HDSI Does It Again



17 Responses to “HDSI Does It Again”

  1. Greg says:

    If they sold that as a poster, I’d be happy to send some jingle their way.

  2. Patrick says:

    I need a HDSI Hodge Among Bushmaster poster.

  3. LowSpeed says:

    I would gladly pay for this poster. Hell I’d likely frame it.

  4. Dev says:

    That’s fucking brilliant. No other words to put it.

  5. Sean says:

    I hereby award 5000 style points to hodge for this. I’d gladly buy a poster

  6. Justin M. says:

    I hereby nominate this for the most creative “SSD” advertisement of 2015.

    +1 on would buy if it was a poster. Damn that was good.

  7. Mark G says:

    This cat spends more money on marketing wizardry than any manufacturer in recent history. He may want to start selling posters and other fan boy collectibles because he likely isn’t making any money selling guns…

    • Tim says:

      That’s pretty obviously not true. How do some photoshopped ads cost more than actual commercials like Daniel Defense has shot?

      • Ace M. says:

        Agreed, Tim. @Mark G: Hodge definitely is not having any trouble selling his rifles – ask any of his vendors. He is a stand-up individual in the industry with a solid reputation and puts together some of the best hard-use carbines on the market. The MOD2 will be no exception. Keep up the guerilla ad campaign, Hodgy!

    • Chicken Legs says:

      No money spent on ADs or marketing…got a bad ass dude (KW), and myself doing the ads. Doing fine on sales as well.

      You guys want us to do a poster? Don’t know where to start on sourcing poster stuff….will check with my peeps….


      • Haji says:

        You need to find a large format commercial printer. I would bet the minimum numbers to do a poster would be rather high to get them at a reasonable per unit price, but I don’t know that for sure.

  8. William says:

    One-time commercial print broker guy, the price wouldn’t be as bad as you think, if they sold them for $20.00 each, printing 1000, it would easily offset the price to print.