No, this isn't necessarily "bad design or Photoshop", but would anyone else be nervous if this guy was grilling up burgers at a party? What if your burger isn't cooked the way you like, are you really going to say something? I really don't have an issue with the "Now You're Cooking" or "No one will complain about your cooking again" comments, although I think they're a bit cheesy. What struck my attention was that the photographer or art director thought it necessary to actually put a handgun in the guy's hand - why? Do people normally grill with a pair of tongs and a handgun?
Seriously, for product shots in a catalog I thought it best to minimize other objects that could be distractions so the customer could focus solely on the product being sold. And being that this product catalog was sent to gun owners who are certainly familiar with the Glock brand name, adding the gun didn't serve as a hint or clue as to what the logo was in reference to. Why not have had his right hand resting on his hip or pointing to the logo on the apron - what do you think?
Anyway, I thought it hysterical, hope you did too!