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Neat Presentation Infomercials Designed to Sell Guns. In this case an P90 from FN

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by gfanikf, Apr 4, 2012.

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  1. gfanikf

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    Now this was apparently designed for sales conferences or demos to LE/Military.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyJEEISVTd4

    I really like it for a couple of reasons:
    1. The music reminds me of the type of synth music you would see in a 1980s US or Hong Kong action movie.
    2. The demos look like things from 1980 action movies
    3. It does a really excellent job of selling the firearm. The dual wielding, while not something one should do outside a game, was impressive for demonstrating low recoil, along with other neat demos.
    4. It feels very dated, but at the same time like I said it's effective.

    Anyone know of other videos like these, I assume Glock must have made ones, that aren't just ad but more designed for a presentation.

    It reminds me of when I was in DC last year for a conference and staying near Pentagon City and using the Metro. Instead of "normal ads" for dull practical products or some bad romantic comedy, the subway ads were for things like the F-35 Lighting II and weapon platforms.
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    The reason it feels so dated is because the P90 isn't really a new gun anymore. It was finished in 1990. That was 22 years ago.
     
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    Really for some reason I thought it was the mid 90s. That would explain it the 1980s feel to it. I figured this was more mid to late 90s. It would be neat to see other promos though. Has anyone either in work or via Youtube seen productions like this?
     
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