Glock G42

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posted on January 15, 2014
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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.

Technical Specifications:

Action: Safe-Action Semi-Auto Pistol

Caliber: .380 ACP

Slide: Black Gas Nitrate

Frame: Black Textured Polymer

Sights: Fixed

Barrel Length: 3.25”

Overall Length: 5.94”

Height: 4.13”(With Magazine)

Width: 0.94”

Weight: 13.8 ozs. (With Unloaded Magazine)

Capacity: 6+1 Rounds

Twist: 1:9.84” RH

Rifle Grooves: Hexagonal

MSRP: $480

Get a closer look at the G42 with the video embedded below.

For more information, go to Glock.com.

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