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Chuck Norris Is The New Glock Spokesperson


In case you missed it, yesterday, Glock announced that Chuck Norris is their new spokesperson. And yes, they used the term “spokesperson.”

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25 Responses to “Chuck Norris Is The New Glock Spokesperson”

  1. D308 says:

    How many levels of approval did this have to go through? Not enough, apparently.

  2. jbgleason says:

    I, for one, look forward to the resurgence of Chuck Norris jokes and memes that this will prompt.

    The boogey man looks under his bed for Chuck Norris before he goes to sleep.

    Chuck Norris doesn’t shower, he only takes blood baths.

    Time waits for no man. Unless that man is Chuck Norris.

    Faster than a speeding bullet… More powerful than a locomotive… Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound… These are some of Chuck Norris’s warm-up exercises.

    • Stash says:

      Oh they’re here…..(seen elsewhere, not trying to take credit):

      Chuck Norris started carrying a glock in 1978
      Gaston carries a Norris 19
      Chuck Norris can appendix carry a glock 34 with compensator
      Gaston got the idea for finger grooves after Chuck gripped a Gen 2 too tight

      • Wil says:

        Chuck Norris doesn’t carry a Glock, but in a wise decision, Glock has now decided to carry a Chuck Norris

        • Whit says:

          My contribution: Chuck Norris is not the spokesman for Glock. Glock is the spokesman for Chuck Norris.

  3. SShink says:

    who makes a shoulder rig for dual wielding under-arm Glocks?

  4. Matt in Oklahoma says:

    He will make a great spokesman

  5. Lad says:

    That’s epic.

    > And yes, they used the term “spokesperson.”

    What’s that line about?

    • G says:

      SSD’s pointing out how politically correct Glock is trying to be, I suppose. Whether they are or not, it’s retarded. Chuck is a man, so he’s a spokesman. It’s so hard to use proper English while simultaneously being woke.

    • SSD says:

      When I grew up, we said spokesman. He’s a man.

    • Lad says:

      He’s a man and a person. Saying person isn’t incorrect in any way.

      Using inclusive language isn’t being PC, it’s being decent. Making a point of intentionally not using it is just being an asshole.

      • AbnMedOps says:

        “Mankind embraces the female.” (or some variation of this quotation) – Winston Churchill (who knew more about the use of English than any of us)

        I would argue that making a point of not using so-called “inclusive” language is much more than “just being an asshole”. It is (or should be) a rebuke of Marxian Deconstruction and an affirmation of the language and culture of TRUE inclusion and respect for the individual advanced as one of the signature achievements of Western Civilization. If that makes me an asshole, then live with it I shall.

      • SamHill says:

        Trying to shame everyone into using your lame ass compelled speech is what weaklings do.

        The only “power” of the regressive leftist, loser. Crying until the government penalizes people who fail to treat you special.

  6. ejb3 says:

    Which is the greater win for Glock, Chuck Norris or the CBP contract, made official today…

  7. the hun says:

    He is a spokesbeard.
    He is a spokesfist with beard.

  8. Kaos-1 says:

    Chuck Norris doesn’t carry a Glock, Glock carriers a Chuck Norris.

  9. Gerard says:

    Want to have fun? Go up to chuck at a trade show and ask him how many screws a glock has…

  10. EODMadBomb says:

    I think it’s a great choice! I will always miss the ads with “Gunny”, but CN will be a great spokesman.

  11. Artyman says:

    I vote spokesNorris.

  12. the hun says:

    And i vote SpokesCHUUUUCKKK!

  13. Bryan says:

    Chuck Norris doesn’t often need to carry a gun, but when he does…It’s a Glock.