I am not sure what can be said about these ads. It's not that they are good or bad - simply that it advertises both the Lebanese Army and Josons - both clients to Clementine - and it seems the agency managed to get them on a joint account or something. I think if you are advertising a rifle club, in a country where hunting is banned, and where you cannot show images of violence on a billboard (but you can see it on the street if you wish), makes the repertoire for creativity a bit constrained. And when your client is not too creatively inclined anyway (ever tried selling something super-creative to a Lebanese army officer? Trust me, I tried :) ) maybe this is the best one can shoot for. Bang! bang!