Their claims are (followed by my comments):
- Mounts a Glock 19 pistol underneath any long firearm (assault rifle, shotgun or SMG) for a unified, tactically-enhanced, dual weapon system
(RG- Effectively reducing the utility of both weapons instantaneously.)
- Glock pistol doubles as backup weapon and forward grip
(RG- ...and we can't wait to see the look on your face when accidentally slip a boogerhook inside the trigger guard and AD while carrying this "system".)
- Suitable for left-handed or right-handed shooters
(RG- Tactically unsound no matter how you hold it.)
- Attaches to a standard Picatinny rail
(RG- ...or even a sub-standard Picatinny rail...neither will make a difference!)
- Requires only minor modification to the pistol: Glock charging handle mount replaces Glock slide cover plate. Charging handle allows handgun to be charged while mounted underneath long gun.
(RG- ...and will likely make minor modifications to things around you once charged and the trigger hangs up on tree limbs etc. during carry.)
- Cutting edge ergonomic design
(RG- You couldn't make this thing any more awkward if you tried.)
(RG- Since you'll remove it and toss it in a drawer, you won't have to carry it around and it'll last forever!)
- Quick connecting user installed
(RG- This way you won't be able to blame us or your gunsmith for the ADs.)
- Ensures your backup weapon is kept readily available at all times
(RG- ...and also stapled to a larger item which completely obscures the sights and makes it extremely awkward to wield.)
It does scream that you one bad-ass tacticool mutha when you be gettin' your shoot on though, don't it?
One question though. If the Glock is a "backup weapon", why does he have boogerhooks on both triggers?
Hell...all this gun needs is a coffee maker and a DVD player and It'd cover damned near ANY tactical situation!