Glocks New Wrong Girl Gun Ad

In 2011, there was a set of commercials that made their way around the internet by gun-maker Glock and featuring popular Marine drill sergeant Lee Ermey, aka “Gunny.”  Pro-gun people loved them, as they make the case for those who are passionate about the Second Amendment in a slightly-funny, common-sense way.

And now the manufacturer is back with a new one that’s sure to grab attention.

The ads all are a play off the idea of robbers picking the wrong business, house, or person.

Check out the initial ad, which takes place at a diner and focuses on a potential robbery:

The second one focuses on home protection:

And now the new one — which portrays a crook picking the wrong woman to try and attack:

Curious about who the “wrong girl” is? Well, you may have seen her before. Here name is Courtney Hope and she’s a model and actress. Her website details more of her accolades:

I’ve been seen in guest star roles in TV shows such as Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds, CSI Miami, Related, Out of Jimmy’s Head, Joan of Arcadia, 7th Heaven and others. I also booked a series regular role in a pilot with 20th Century FOX, called “Born In The USA”, which was a drama and the brain-child of Simon Fuller, creator of American Idol. I recently filmed another pilot, “The Assassins”, and am hopeful that it will be picked up this next TV season.

Glocks New Wrong Girl Gun Ad

(Photo: Courtney-Hope.com)

IMDB adds that the 23-year-old actress has appeared appeared in numerous commercials, TV shows, and movies. She’s also the red-head in this “Messin’ with Sasquatch” commercial:

The Dallas, TX, native is also pretty smart. Her website says, “I graduated high school at the age of 15 and started college on my 16th birthday.”

(H/T: Glennbeck.com)