More Glock 42 size comparisons (VIDEO)

It is a little bigger than it needs to be, sure, but it’s a Glock, aren’t they all?

The 42 shoots soft and will give Glock a little time to iron out all the wrinkles before they roll a 9mm version out.

And they’ll get to sell people two guns, a .380 today and a 9mm down the road. See? Everyone wins. (Glock probably wins a little more.) It’s not like they’re particularly expensive. What will be interesting to see is if a 9mm version will cost the same.

So, any bets on what will come out first, a 9mm Glock 4X or a 9mm Glock 42 barrel and recoil assembly?

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