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Post by jsimpson4 on Thu Nov 28, 2013 10:14 am

Will it be a single stack 9 or 380?  What's your guess?


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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Thu Nov 28, 2013 10:50 am

If i had to guess id say a single stack 9 or 40. Honestly i would want a high capacity .22 before either of those though. I wont be buying another carry gun for quite a while but i would start saving for a .22 that handles more than 10 rounds instantly.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Thu Nov 28, 2013 10:53 am

Found this on google...
http://ingunowners.com/forums/handguns/321524-glock-models-41-42-let-speculation-begin.html#post4587785

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by dcption on Thu Nov 28, 2013 10:58 am

The speculation is it that is a real ad or not some have said the numbers are on some distributors catalogs now but with no description. Another question is why did they skip 40?

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Thu Nov 28, 2013 11:18 am

Glock model #s are the patent # of the gun

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jsimpson4 on Thu Nov 28, 2013 12:19 pm

If Glock does come out with a single stack 9 or a 380, would you be replacing one of the two in your current carry rotation?

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Thu Nov 28, 2013 12:36 pm

I would not be.. I like my ruger sr40c way too much. Anything else would be in addition to it and my airweight.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Thu Nov 28, 2013 1:47 pm

jsimpson4 wrote:If Glock does come out with a single stack 9 or a 380, would you be replacing one of the two in your current carry rotation?
Doubt they'll release a .380 in the states. They reserve them pretty much exclusively for countries with caliber restricted gun laws. Maybe if it was significantly smaller than the 9/40 Glocks, but they aren't so what's the use?



If this is legit then I'm predicting single stack 9 and 40. They're way behind the curve on that front, so hopefully they've finally wised up. If they came out with a single stack 9 it would likely replace my G26...I'd probably keep the g26 but not carry it as much. I'm too good of a shot with it to completely kick it to the curb

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Thu Nov 28, 2013 1:51 pm

Here is most of the text from the link i posted earlier..

"One model will be the Glock 41. SKU numbers are PG4130101 and PG4130103, which indicate adjustable sights, and a low-cap and hi-cap version. The Glock 41 is more expensive than any of Glock's other pistols to date; based on the wholesale cost I'm seeing, street price will be $779.95 at my shop. Given that, my official guess is that the new Glock Model 41 is going to be an optics-ready, competition-oriented pistol to compete with the S&W M&P CORE and FNH-USA FNX-45 Tactical.

The other model will be the Glock 42. SKU number is UI4250201, which indicates US-made, fixed sights and a low-capacity (10 or less) magazine. Wholesale price on this is only slightly above the Gen3 models, so street price should be $539.95. I think this is a new single stack .380 or 9mm of some sort."

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Caleb C on Thu Nov 28, 2013 2:21 pm

I'd buy a Glock single stack 9 as long as its in the gen 3 configuration. Glock has been losing a fortune in this market. I like my Kahr but would have preferred a Glock if it had been available b

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Thu Nov 28, 2013 2:48 pm

Caleb C wrote:I'd buy a Glock single stack 9 as long as its in the gen 3 configuration. Glock has been losing a fortune in this market. I like my Kahr but would have preferred a Glock if it had been available b
Why gen3? The "subcompact" Glocks weren't affected by the changes like the bigger Glocks were to my knowledge. I wish I hadnt cheaped out on my 26 and paid the extra $50 for a gen4.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Chanman75 on Thu Nov 28, 2013 3:16 pm

Please be a single stack 10mm!! Lol ill be the odd ball

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by dcption on Thu Nov 28, 2013 4:23 pm

Chanman75 wrote:Please be a single stack 10mm!! Lol ill be the odd ball
That's just the right amount of awesome and scary for me ha

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by 22lrfan on Thu Nov 28, 2013 7:42 pm

Chanman75 wrote:Please be a single stack 10mm!!
Please...Please....Please!!!!

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Thu Nov 28, 2013 7:45 pm

22lrfan wrote:
Chanman75 wrote:Please be a single stack 10mm!!
Please...Please....Please!!!!
I would probably get that one

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Caleb C on Sat Nov 30, 2013 7:38 pm

jakeg823 wrote:
Caleb C wrote:I'd buy a Glock single stack 9 as long as its in the gen 3 configuration. Glock has been losing a fortune in this market. I like my Kahr but would have preferred a Glock if it had been available b
Why gen3?  The "subcompact" Glocks weren't affected by the changes like the bigger Glocks were to my knowledge.  I wish I hadnt cheaped out on my 26 and paid the extra $50 for a gen4.
I'm just a weirdo I guess. I've never cared for the gen 4 grips. In my opinion the gen 3 Glock is as close to a perfect handgun the wold has ever achieved. It seems to me that Glock is engineering the perfection out of their guns. That's just my opinion though. They're like butt holes.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Sat Nov 30, 2013 7:40 pm

I do not like the gen 4 grips either.. bout the only good i can say on them is at least its not as rough as a fnx.
I love the grip feel on my gen 3 10mm.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Sat Nov 30, 2013 9:19 pm

I could take or leave the grips. The feature I like best is the mag release. It's light years ahead of the one on the gen3. Even with an extended mag release on my gen3 I'm stuck reaching for it. But I have fairly small hands, so Glocks in general are a stretch for me.

Plus the gen4 is SLIGHTLY smaller in the grip which does make it a bit better for me as well...but the difference is minuscule. I won't be selling my gen3 26 for a gen4; I shoot it well enough to justify what few shortcomings it does have.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by JKtruck150 on Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:08 am

Going rumor is the 42 is a 380. Like a LCP or a Bodyguard sized Glock.
 
This is all based on the scale of the lighter over the pistol in the ad picture. It is much small than the 26.
 
Supposedly the 41 is Practical/Tactical .45....I haven't seen any confirmation on that.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Kenejhnsn on Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:38 am

Should be interesting

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Mon Dec 02, 2013 12:21 pm

JKtruck150 wrote:Going rumor is the 42 is a 380. Like a LCP or a Bodyguard sized Glock.
 
This is all based on the scale of the lighter over the pistol in the ad picture. It is much small than the 26.
 
Supposedly the 41 is Practical/Tactical .45....I haven't seen any confirmation on that.
If it's actually small then the market should accept it well, but I hope it's not another crappy attempt at a single stack pocket gun like the 36.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by JKtruck150 on Wed Dec 04, 2013 8:25 am

Ok...the picture is a bit more clear now...
It shows 9X19 and 26 on the slide.  So...WTF it is going to be, who knows......
Who makes an ad for a Glock 42 and puts a 26 in the picture.....blink 

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by CinBrandon on Wed Dec 04, 2013 9:47 am

Are we sure this is their ad and not a "modified" image by someone outside of Glock?
Pretty stupid move to put a G26 on an ad for a G42.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by JKtruck150 on Wed Dec 04, 2013 10:51 am

Looking close...it is a modified picture. Good catch!

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by tecolote on Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:01 pm

If you look at the outline in the first picture, you'll there aren't any finger grooves. It isn't a 26-type gun. The only reason Glock can't sell the 25 and 28 .380s in the US is the .380 caliber doesn't make up enogh GCA 68 points to be importable. That's why you have grooved triggers and "thumbrests" on the compacts and subcompacts,as those are deemed "sporting features", thus allowing for the importation of those models. There's also a 6 inch OAL and 4 inch height
requirement, the last of which caught PPK, which is,IIRC, 3.9 inches high and led to the PPK/S
hybrid. It would seem most likely it is a small .380. Maybe later we'll see a single stack 9, if Glock decides it won't cut into sales of the 26.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by confederado on Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:24 pm

Here's some links to the new Glock 42 from a Guns and Ammo article, I'm not saying it's legit though.

http://i.imgur.com/SOxPaT6.png
http://i.imgur.com/dLoJAFB.png
http://i.imgur.com/RZS16q8.png
http://i.imgur.com/U08RZOq.png
http://i.imgur.com/Kj7yOJ1.png
http://i.imgur.com/hnl5TG3.png

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:42 pm

The listed dimensions are big for a 380 i think, its awful close to my ruger sr40c

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:46 pm

Why compare it to a G17? What does that prove? "It's smaller than a full size double stack 9mm". Whoopty-freakin-doo!

Why not compare it to its closest competitors, or at least the closest Glock competitors(26/27)?

It looks like its a slim version of the 26/27, and maybe marginally smaller but it doesn't appear to be small enough to justify going with a .380.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by confederado on Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:48 pm

Here's some size comparisons.

http://i.imgur.com/mP5mgcq.png

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:51 pm

The field stripping process they list is a little out of sorts...another fail G&A.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:51 pm

I think they have a stinker on their hands here... I just dont see a 380 that size selling well outside of the glock fan boy market.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Wed Jan 01, 2014 7:54 pm

So the barrel length is 3.104" as opposed to the 26's 3.42"

Sorry I'm just disgusted that Glock continues to miss the mark like this...coming from a Glock fanboy.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:01 pm

Had this been the platform for a single stack 9mm I'd say it was just right, and that's likely what will be done eventually...but given Glock's piss-poor job of reading the market and current trends, I won't hold my breathe.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by dcption on Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:25 pm

I just really don't understand the point of this one. I thought the lc380 was dumb but maybe there is a market for it. I'm like Jake if this was a 9 albeit late to the market I would be happy to see it but to me this one is just pointless.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:34 pm

There's definitely still a market for single stack .380s, but it's competition is all smaller.  The market for 9mm has been on the increase for a couple years now, while the .380 market has died down some, or at least leveled out.  

Single stack 9mm/.40s is what the market wants right now.  Just ask S&W and Springfield.  It just doesn't make sense to release this now.  5 years ago?  Hell yes, but not now.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Jarhead5811 on Wed Jan 01, 2014 8:49 pm

*Yawn* I was hoping for a single stack version of the 26/27. Unless it were as small as an LCP it's of no use to me.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by speedyrev on Fri Jan 03, 2014 11:57 am

Why make it the same size as the Shield and limit it to .380?

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by jakeg823 on Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:49 pm

speedyrev wrote:Why make it the same size as the Shield and limit it to .380?

The only thing that I can figure is that it will eventually be chambered in 9mm and maybe .40? Hopefully at least.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by snowfire79 on Sat Jan 04, 2014 3:57 am

here is the unedited ad.  I took a screenshot of it from my kindle app while reading Guns & Ammo January edition.
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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Scott.Thornton on Sat Jan 04, 2014 6:54 am

It's a .380


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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Scott.Thornton on Sat Jan 04, 2014 6:56 am

And yep same size as a shield, but 6oz lighter. I bet it will be a hit with the female crowd and it has every right to be. Should be extremely controllable and easy to make hits with. Not a huge fan of .380 but its excellent compared to misses on target.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by DBChaffin on Mon Jan 06, 2014 10:25 am

Snooze. Missed the mark completely for me. I was hoping for (but seriously doubting it would be) the singlestack 9/40 that everyone else has discussed. If they would make one Kahr PM sized, or anywhere in the M&P Shield / Springfield XDS size range or preferably smaller, I would have wanted one but most likely wouldn't have been able to get one for a year or so because they would be so hot they wouldn't be able to make enough to keep them on dealers' shelves. They'll sell some of this .380 for sure but I'll never own one.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Ranch on Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:35 pm

Glock G42 .380 ACP Pocket Pistol

One of the most trusted defensive pistol brands, Glock, has released its first truly pocketable, single-stack .380 pistol.

By B. Gil Horman (RSS)

January 08, 2014

For more than two decades, Glock has been recognized as a premier provider of service-size and self-defense, polymer-framed semi-automatics. The company enjoys a world-wide reputation for manufacturing reliable, durable and easy-to-operate pistols. For the most part, Glock has focused on developing handguns primarily for military and law enforcement use. But finally, after years of being hounded by operators and civilians alike, the company has released its first pocket pistol to the American market. It's a single-stack .380 ACP called the G42.

Shrinking an existing pistol platform into a pocket pistol is no mean feat of engineering. Many manufacturers don't even try. Instead, they often design a whole new gun (or borrow someone else’s design). So it is very interesting to see how the features of the G42 have been compressed and modified, and how much of the pistol remains the same as other Glock models. The G42 is not going to be marketed as a Gen4 product. However, examining it side-by-side with examples of Gen3 and Gen4 pistols confirmed that this new gun takes its feature cues from the latest generation.

G42 Features
The G42 pistol is built to the same exacting standards as the double-stack Glocks. It has that unmistakable signature look, only smaller. The G42 is 5.94-inches long, 4.13-inches high and weighs in at 13.8 ounces unloaded, making it the smallest Glock pistol to date. It's listed as being 0.94-inches wide but it’s only this thick near the slide catch. The rest of the frame averages 0.89 inches in width, with the slide being just 0.83-inches wide.



The slide is constructed of gas-nitrate-treated steel with a matte-black finish. The 3.25-inch barrel contains hexagonal rifling, which means it should be fired with jacketed ammunition. The sights consist of the factory standard polymer white-dot front, white-bracket rear. Internally, the pistol employs the same striker, short-recoil operated, locked-breech barrel and Safe-Action trigger system as its larger compatriots. One notable change to the interior is an enlarged firing pin safety plunger with an irregular shape and a beveled surface. The recoil assembly is of the Gen4 variety with dual recoil springs, a polymer guide rod and steel supports in key locations.

The polymer frame exhibits a mix of unique and familiar features. The slide catch, magazine release and take-down lever are in their expected locations and are actually the same size and shape as those found on the Gen4 pistols. However, the frame only has one pin instead of two. The grip frame has a Gen1-style straight frontstrap, with the backstrap featuring the usual palm swell. All four sides of the grip are treated with what could best be described as a light version of the Rough Texture grip treatment. It consists of the same small, raised, blunted pyramids but with a less aggressive surface.

The grip has a small, but distinctive, downward-curving beavertail to protect the shooter's hand from the slide. The backstrap extends down below the mouth of the magazine well, nearly flush with the flat base of the drop-free, fully metal lined, six-round, single-stack magazines. This extension makes the grip a little longer, a bit more rounded and it protects the shooter’s palm from being nibbled by the movement of the magazine base during recoil.

One of the best choices the company made with the G42 was to retain the familiar trigger guard and trigger dimensions of its larger pistols. Although the trigger guard is narrower from side to side, the length, shape, finger rest and size of the trigger opening remain the same. The trigger itself is the same size and shape as the smooth-faced triggers used on the Gen4 pistols, with the same 0.49-inch travel distance. As a result, the trigger feels perfectly familiar to those who already use Glock pistols. Proof marks on the slide, barrel and frame indicate that the G42 is made at Glock’s Smyrna, Ga., facility right here in the United States.

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by stewbaby on Wed Jan 08, 2014 8:39 pm

Anyone seen an MSRP?

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:56 pm

It's live on davidsons website.. Has a picture too

http://www.galleryofguns.com/genie/default.aspx?item=UI-42502-01

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by Rw on Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:59 pm

The listing for the 41 is there as well, it's a 45


http://www.galleryofguns.com/genie/default.aspx?item=PG-41301-03

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Re: New Glock Jan-2014, G42

Post by derrickrussell89 on Mon Jan 13, 2014 8:06 pm

It's a 380 I saw it in the glock autopistols magazine it's a sweet looking baby glock has a 3.5 in bbl and is a little over five inches long. Can't remember if it's
6+1 or7+1

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