Door Peep Holes That Mean Business

1911, Glock, Shotgun, and revolver models available:

Your landlord might not like these, but do you care? (hmmm yea I guess you probably do care…)  The shotgun and revolver one might fly under the radar, but I doubt the 1911 or the Glock would.

An example of the Glock one installed:

I’m more of a fan of reverse peepholes, because as suggested on Seinfeld it can really give you piece of mind in avoiding an ambush when coming home.  :P For that reason, you could always mount one of these on the inside of your apartment instead, and faux-muzzle sweep yourself all day long.

GG&G has them for $18 each if you’re interested.


Hat tip: Sarah


14 responses to “Door Peep Holes That Mean Business”

  1. MrMaigo Avatar

    Shut up and take my money

    1. ENDO-Mike Avatar

      whoa, that’s sufficiently creepy that exists!

  2. Next, I’d need a surveillance cameras shaped like a Glock, that I can mount above my front door. Really put visitors’ nerves to the test!

  3. Yea you can see intruders with the 1911 peephole, but will it cycle hollowpoints?

    1. MrMaigo Avatar

      00 Buck Shot, the only way to answer the door

    2. ENDO-Mike Avatar

      hahah *high-five*

  4. I can only imagine how many trailers parks are going to have these as a standard…

    1. Along with the “We don’t call 911” signs.

  5. Dom P. Avatar

    Legen-wait for it-dary!

  6. Awesome!

  7. BrowningBottoms Avatar

    This goes great with the Claymore trailer hitch and the TruckNutz dragging the ground.

    1. dave w Avatar

      claymore trailer hitch? awesome…