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Old 01-21-2014, 4:53 PM
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Already have 1 .380. don't need another 9mm please!
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Ill have mine in a couple days. My dealer made a verbal agreement to not sell until a week after shot. Dont know why that matters. It is smaller then my sr 22. Ill take some pictures of them together. Its a perfect pocket gun. And a glock. $400 out the door in america. They will sell more then they can make. The 9 will come next year.
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Interesting... may be awhile before a single stack 9x19mm Glock subcompact gets released...

9x19mm + Glock 42 magazine
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Priced way high.

Glock LE pricing (blue label) is $319.
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yep, if you're looking for a Glock, Pro Force and call it a day..

If you're part of the privileged elite...anyway.


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I'm neither privileged nor elite. I just put myself through Academy and serve my community.
He is referring how California law places police above other people, allowing them to buy "unsafe" handguns and other perks so that police will not protest the loss of rights of the citizens, since they are not victims of the law themselves. That does place police in a privileged and elite status.
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He is referring how California law places police above other people, allowing them to buy "unsafe" handguns and other perks so that police will not protest the loss of rights of the citizens, since they are not victims of the law themselves. That does place police in a privileged and elite status.
Sorry to go off topic.... I just feel things would be different if the laws were for all of us. I'll say no more.

Hopefully one will turn up locally and they will at least let me handle it. Lol

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He is referring how California law places police above other people, allowing them to buy "unsafe" handguns and other perks so that police will not protest the loss of rights of the citizens, since they are not victims of the law themselves. That does place police in a privileged and elite status.
I understood what he meant, and I understand the frustration non-LEOs have with how the laws are written. What I was addressing was the fact that I am just like every other citizen. I don't put myself in a higher class, nor do I put non-LEO's in a lower class.

Please keep in mind the average beat cop has absolutely no say in how or what laws are written. It's not like there's some secret special vote. It's usually the Chief or some other higher up that unilaterally makes a politically-motivated statement on behalf of all the cops in the department. I will say that most of the cops in my department agree that the laws are unfair and misguided. Most have said that they would disobey any order given to them to confiscate guns from otherwise law-abiding citizens should some blanket gun ban be passed.

If I end up buying the 42 and don't like it, agent88, you will have first dibs at my cost.
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while roster conditions still apply, Pro Force and Glock both provide service and discounts to a larger group than some people realize..

http://www.proforceonline.com/terms.htm

http://us.glock.com/bluelabel
However, being that only one of those is allowed to buy the off-roster items, doesn't help much. I might pick up a Glock if I PCS using that program. Not a .380, but maybe a "blue" 29 Gen 4.
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I held one today from a "bay area" ffl ($550 sold to LEO). it actually feels good, closely compared to a kahr but lighter and slimmer. Will I buy one if they release a 9mm? Having an m&p shield as my daily carry, I'd pick the 42 over the nano, lcp, and kahr based on pure feel.

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I held one today from a "bay area" ffl ($550 sold to LEO). it actually feels good, closely compared to a kahr but lighter and slimmer. Will I buy one if they release a 9mm? Having an m&p shield as my daily carry, I'd pick the 42 over the nano, lcp, and kahr based on pure feel.

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That's a sweet looking gun!

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Anyone know the dimensions of the Remington R51? Looks like it could be smaller than this, and rated for 9mm +P.
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However, Kahr's have the freaking huge slide release that adds to the thickness.

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However, Kahr's have the freaking huge slide release that adds to the thickness.
Ah, I haven't held one myself. I just saw an article comparing them directly. Interesting.
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I predict they will sell truckloads of this pistol. Probably more than the 10mm, 357sig, and 45gap. I think it is a perfect size. Not too small like the LCP and not too big or heavy like the lc380 with the glock trigger.

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Just picked up a Glock 42 from my local gun store out here in Florida (Cali refugee). It really is a departure from the Glock norm. Hope to have a range report soon. The FDE gun is my G26 for comparison.

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Old 01-23-2014, 7:53 AM
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Hickok got one.



http://<br /> https://www.youtube.co...a_player<br />

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Just look at some new videos on youtube. The G42 definitely is really small. They put the G42 & PPK side-by-side and the G42 is smaller.

Just check Kentucky gun and wondering how much the g42 cost. Ask $449 and they are all SOLD OUT.
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ill wait for the 9mm version.
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Nice. With everyone crying how big they are, that is actually tiny for a Glock.

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Just like i said before, Glock will sell truck load of it. Proforce sold out the GLock 42 in less than 2 hours and they are not taking any more deposit for it.
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Just look at some new videos on youtube. The G42 definitely is really small. They put the G42 & PPK side-by-side and the G42 is smaller.

Just check Kentucky gun and wondering how much the g42 cost. Ask $449 and they are all SOLD OUT.
I would not consider the PPK a small .380. I have a P230 which is about the same size as a PPK, and my LCP is much smaller. The pics a few post above comparing it to the G26, looks like it's about the same size as my XDs9. I would like to see a single stack 9mm the same size as the G42.
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Something people are not bearing in mind that this gun by all reports is really easy to shoot. The Ruger LCP and the other guns people are saying they like better because of their smaller size are actually pretty difficult to shoot well. I'm reserving judgement, as I don't like going below 9mm in caliber unless I have absolutely no choice...but being a Glock fan I want to like it. So before I say I don't I want some trigger time on it.
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I would not consider the PPK a small .380. I have a P230 which is about the same size as a PPK, and my LCP is much smaller. The pics a few post above comparing it to the G26, looks like it's about the same size as my XDs9. I would like to see a single stack 9mm the same size as the G42.
It is much smaller than the XDS. Their is another post which shows a video review. At the end he puts them side by side the and XDS was MUCH bigger. To put it into perspective the XDS was bigger than the 42 about as much as the 42 is bigger than the LCP. So it seems to fall right smack in between.
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$399 to Civies at http://www.gtdist.com/

Wow, that $399 price tag makes it an appealing option for people on a budget who want a "Glock". Easy gun to learn on as well. There are some positives here. Not necessarily my first recommendation, but if somebody was looking for their first gun and balking at the sticker price of more traditional Glocks and other reputable 9mms or higher caliber guns I think I would bring this gun up as an option. At least for a new shooter just starting out.

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It is much smaller than the XDS. Their is another post which shows a video review. At the end he puts them side by side the and XDS was MUCH bigger. To put it into perspective the XDS was bigger than the 42 about as much as the 42 is bigger than the LCP. So it seems to fall right smack in between.
I need to see one in person. If I am going to carry a .380 there needs to be a reason, which is size. My XDs9 carries about the same as my P230, which is why I don't carry my P230 anymore. My LCP is extremely small, and makes it very easy to conceal no matter what I am wearing. I am a big Glock fan (I own 7) and want to like it BTW...
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So today I got to manhandle this lil glock and after reading about how much it sucks I though I was going to hate it. surprisingly I could hold it quite nicely and more confortably than the g26. if they ever make this in 9mm luger and not in this outdated 9mm corto/kurz I will get one just for the fun of it.
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Slightly off topic, but still a new Glock. Does anyone know if the Glock 41 can take the 6" Lone Wolf barrels for the Glock 21?
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Good Evening Glock Nation,

I just checked this thing out at OC Firearms in F.V. and good lord... It's tiny. Grandma can definitely shoot this gun. It's definitely got the marketing push at the moment.

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I was there today too.
And you are right, that thing is small.
Maybe too small for me.
Steve is going to be selling them SSE for $560 plus tax and DROS.
I'm just not sure now.
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Follow up, the 42 is as thin as the Kahr .380 which is really thin. Since it's lighter that's a win for the 42. I had a PM9 at one point and the 42 is thinner than that. Yes, a bit longer and a bit more grip but I don't find that a bad thing when thin is what it's all about. I actually thought the Kahr 380 size would cause me to fumble around in the event I needed to use it. For those who have it, is the 42 pocketable?

Looks like street price *should* be $399 and stores are gouging $50-150 on first release.

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When it was announced at Shot Show, I was pretty disappointed it was a .380 and told myself I'd wait for the 9. Well I happened to be at my LGS when they came in. After fondling it, I wanted it. Was offered a fair price, wasn't a blue label and he didn't know when he'd get any in so I took this one at a price I was happy with.

Put a box of Winchester white box and a box of Hornady Critical duty through with no issues. Groupings were tight out to 10 yards, opened up a little on me at 15 but not much.
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I would not mind owning one for a pocket pistol.
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$399 to Civies at http://www.gtdist.com/


Plus shipping, tax, gotta ship to a shop to SSE and transfer.
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I will pick mine up in few weeks and I will also do simple range report as well. I like it so far that's why I got it. If Glock does come out with single stack 9mm than I will get that as well. Cant never have enough gun right.
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Scanned this thread really quick, and didn't see it..
Hickok45 does yet another awesome video.. this time, the Glock 42.



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