I tried to check them out but no sound and the videos kept freezing up (and yes this computer is seriously trashed and needs a reinstall (I'm amazed I got the ads out)), but I got sound on everything but that?
The one funny thing I saw was the pink glock. You gotta think that is funny, but I have a degree in gunsmithing, and worked as one for two years, and the fact is, men are saturated in the market. They do or they don't, its political, and they do or they don't. Women are the wild card, as the are the only convertible market there (create new customers). There is nothing new with gun development. Guns haven't changed in 50 years. The basic principals and designs are the same, and while they have added more advanced auto design's, they are all just variations of the same design (or rather a large group of designs that everyone follows).
A pink gun, I like it. Manufactures have spent the last two decades trying to expand to the female market (this ppk that james bond used, is now a feminine compact, the womens gun, sorry james). At least plastic guns got us into ergonomics for women (same old guns, but it will finally fit your hand). I'm waiting for the hello kitty gun:D:D:D:D:D