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Old 01-06-2014, 2:22 PM
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As Massad Ayoob can tell you in his exclusive video footage, each model has a niche—the mighty Glock 41 is well suited for an overt role, while the revolutionary slim-line, subcompact Glock 42 may well set a new standard for deep-concealment pocket pistols.
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Damn now I need another Glock. What is price point on g42?


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There's no doubt a single stack 9mm is on the way.
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Old 01-06-2014, 6:25 PM
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There's no doubt a single stack 9mm is on the way.
...says everyone since about 2008.

Glock again fails to massively over promise and under deliver. A .380 the size of a pocket 9mm that has been available from Ruger, S&W, Kahr, etc. and a .45 that is just a longer slide 21. Boooooooooooooooooooooring.
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...says everyone since about 2008.

Glock again fails to massively over promise and under deliver.
They again fail at it, or again do it?
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It's a glock 34 in .45

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Old 01-06-2014, 7:23 PM
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damn, 2 more to add to the list...
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its seems large for a 380acp. Fail on Glock Part
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Too happy about the .45 long slide
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Like the 41, have absolutely no use for the 42. Glock blew it on the 42 by not making it a 9MM. The 42 has "set a new standard", all right... a new standard of fail.
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I'll pass on both. I would rather have a Glock 26 Gen 4 in 9MM.
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No, loaded chamber indicator. No microstamping. It will not be available in California
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...says everyone since about 2008.

Glock again fails to massively over promise and under deliver. A .380 the size of a pocket 9mm that has been available from Ruger, S&W, Kahr, etc. and a .45 that is just a longer slide 21. Boooooooooooooooooooooring.
+1000.......BBBBBBORing.......wheres the Innovation of improvement? Ofcourse the fanboys are gonna drool over this just as they would drool over a block of wood painted black with the glock logo.
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its seems large for a 380acp. Fail on Glock Part
Not really cuz most of the glockboys will still buy it and swear up and down its better for ccw than others in a Smaller package that shoots 9mm 40/45. Glock dont give a sh-- about what its customers like. They build whatever they want cuz they know they have a dedicated fan base that will buy anything with a glock label
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Glock again fails to massively over promise and under deliver. A....45 that is just a longer slide 21. Boooooooooooooooooooooring.
I disagree about the 41. There are a lot of people that like the long-slide models, and a .45acp model makes a lot of sense. Beneficial for IDPA CDP division, possibly USPSA L10, and I can see some LEO tactical teams finding it interesting.
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I disagree about the 41. There are a lot of people that like the long-slide models, and a .45acp model makes a lot of sense. Beneficial for IDPA CDP division, possibly USPSA L10, and I can see some LEO tactical teams finding it interesting.
I agree with you. And the whole point of the long slide glocks was for competition. It was just a side benefit that many LEO like the way the gun handles for duty use.
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Glock fan but it's a fail in my book. That .380 should have been a pocket 9mm. Gaston needs to quit playing with the young women and give the people what they want or others will get market share.
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surprised the 41 doesnt have a lightened slide.
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No, loaded chamber indicator. No microstamping. It will not be available in California
Won't both these new Glock models be available via SSE in CA?
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yup SSE at OC firearms, done, cant wait to pick up a 41!
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I disagree about the 41. There are a lot of people that like the long-slide models, and a .45acp model makes a lot of sense. Beneficial for IDPA CDP division, possibly USPSA L10, and I can see some LEO tactical teams finding it interesting.
I love long-slide guns in .45ACP. I would buy it; but I have no interest at all in the 42.

I have a Glock-24 and I am now wondering about the comparisons in length to the 41; I am sure somewhere online the comparisons have already been discussed.
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Glock fan but it's a fail in my book. That .380 should have been a pocket 9mm. Gaston needs to quit playing with the young women and give the people what they want or others will get market share.
Unfortunately, when the majority of people were asked "what the people wanted" they had replied - "a small Glock in .380, or a long-slide glock in .45ACP." Because people don't often think beyond what they already know; they have no ingenuity or R&D skills themselves so they often already answer what is already available in another brand.

If you had asked me, yes, my immediate reply would ahve been "a long-slide glock in .45ACP".
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I love long-slide guns in .45ACP. I would buy it; but I have no interest at all in the 42.

I have a Glock-24 and I am now wondering about the comparisons in length to the 41; I am sure somewhere online the comparisons have already been discussed.
supposedly the 41 will have the width/length of a 34
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supposedly the 41 will have the width/length of a 34
That's what I figured; the video appears to be same length as the 34.
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The 41 looks tempting. I don't know if I need one considering I have a 21. Same thing with my 17. I shot a 34 but didn't see any real advantages over my 17.
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The 41 looks tempting. I don't know if I need one considering I have a 21. Same thing with my 17. I shot a 34 but didn't see any real advantages over my 17.
Sure, but my assumption is that the 21 mags will fit just fine; gives me yet another variation of a gun to use all of my accumulated pre-2000 13 round mags.
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That 41 will be awesome with the 6inch lone wolf 10mm barrel. Long slide 10mm? Yep im in.
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