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Action: Semi-Automatic • Finish: Matte Black • Barrel: 3.25" Hexagonal Bore • Sights: Fixed Sights/White Outline • Magazine(s): 2 - 6 Round • Grips: Polymer • Weight: 13.76 oz. • Overall Length: 5.94"

The new GLOCK 42, in .380 AUTO, is a slimline subcompact pistol engineered with the GLOCK Perfection promise and able to withstand the rigors of routine training. Made in the USA, the G42 is the smallest pistol GLOCK has ever introduced, making it ideal for pocket carry and shooters with smaller hands. Years of requests across market groups for a super-concealable, reliable single-stack .380 GLOCK pistol prompted extensive research and development to bring the GLOCK customer the G42.

SKU#: GLOUI4250201

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I found that I shot my Glock 43 (which is close to the same form factor as the 42) far more accurately in rapid fire when I added a Hogue Handall beavertail grip sleeve.

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Never had an issue with 42,43 or 26 stovepiping. Wear a size large glove sized hands. Grip tighter

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The only issue I’ve had with glocks is that when it’s a micro compact. Either a 42, 43 or 26 etc. you can’t get a full purchase on the grip. I have owned/ still own the guns I mentioned, and I remember being so excited when I bought my 26. But I kept somehow limp wristing the gun. The same issue along with stove pipes with m 42. I ended up putting extended magazines on all my smaller flicks and never had the issue again. Which is why she had issues with a stock 42 and not the 23/19 platform

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The G26 uses double stack magazines and has a much bigger grip relatively speaking than the single stack G42 or G43. The double stack 9mm Glock's are a perfect fit for my medium size hand while the single stack guns feel too small. My full size G20 SF is the gun that feels too big like I can never get a full purchase on the grip.

Try a "compact" G19 with full four finger grip instead of that pinky dangling G26; one of those guns has to feel better than the others. The G26 is my favorite conceal carry gun but with Pearce extensions or GAP plates on the magazine (the floor plates work way better than you'd think by looking at them) I also have 12-round PMAG's that create a full grip and seem just as reliable as factory mags's.

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Glocks. Not flicks!

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Shut up asshole!

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Just out of curiosity, has anybody seen women shoot this pistol? I ask because I was at a handgun carry class and this lady had what appeared to be a NIB Glock 42. Well, we go to the range and she consistently had cases "stovepipe" or basically not eject properly. Instructor (stellar guy and was genuinely trying to help her) shot the gun after a couple hiccups and not a problem. He shot it probably 10 times. She tried it again (we were required to shoot 25 shots I think) and same thing. She left the line and came back all flustered and embarrassed (I had previously shot my target and was observing the others). I felt bad and took her gun apart for her and blamed it on "cheap white box winchester". Well, being the nice guy I am, I let her shoot my Glock 23 (my dad was using my 34 which would have shot softer but it was a tad too heavy for her). She didn't have a single hiccup after I let her borrow the 23. I even loaded the mags for her because she struggled with that.

I say all of this to ask, do women often "limp wrist" smaller caliber semi-automatics? If so, why do they get offended when recommended a revolver in smaller calibers (.38 special)? Yet (not surprisingly because of the greater recoil and better gripping surface) she actually shot the 23 (.40 caliber if you weren't aware) quite well.

She stopped me the other day in town and was still so happy that I let her borrow my 23, but I didn't have the heart to tell her that her 42 was fine. The instructor even agreed with me after the class when I stayed around. So, should I tell her that it was in fact user error? I honestly think she believed me when i told her about the ammo because she said her husband had bought her new ammo.Hard to say, we live in a small town with basically no crime, but having seen her problem and I know how to potentially fix it, should I feel any sort of moral obligation to tell her? I'd hate to hear she was one day mugged and only got one shot off before her gun jammed (and she told me she still had the 42 the other day when I saw her).

Sorry for the long post but thought I'd ask. BTW, I believe people should be free to carry whatever they please but still...I think they should be able to use it well if they might have to use it for defense of self and others.

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I've had this same thing happen before. Showed her where to buy a reduced weight recoil spring and she was good to go. That's the cheapest and easiest solution. Pistol ran great with (I think) 2lb reduction in recoil spring. She has a 42, by the way.

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I've had this same thing happen before. Showed her where to buy a reduced weight recoil spring and she was good to go. That's the cheapest and easiest solution. Pistol ran great with (I think) 2lb reduction in recoil spring. She has a 42, by the way.

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I've had this same thing happen before. Showed her where to buy a reduced weight recoil spring and she was good to go. That's the cheapest and easiest solution. Pistol ran great with (I think) 2lb reduction in recoil spring. She has a 42, by the way.

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