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Old 01-04-2014, 11:05 PM   #1
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Looks like Glock USA's new pistol is going to finally introduce their .380 to civilians. Would you buy a .380 Glock? Why or why not? Will this item actually sell in the USA market?
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Glock obviously wants a piece of the rising popularity of the concealed carry handgun market with the likes of Kel-Tec P3AT,S&W Bodyguard,Kahr,Ruger LCP,etc.I was also hoping for a 9mm myself,but I would buy the 42 if the price is right.

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I'd stick with a 27 unless I were a serious collector.

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I've got a few Glocks. I'd have to put my hands on it before I decided. I've got an LCP that I'd like to replace with something that was close to as easy to conceal, but with a better trigger and sights. Thinking Sig 238 though.
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After reading this review, I think I will pass.

http://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/glock-42-single-stack-380-micro-pistol-new-gun-review-shot-show-2014-preview/

Kind of nauseating actually.

If you are going to market a non-pocket able .380, at least give it some class.



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The only Glock I might ever buy is a single stack 9mm, but only if they changed the grip angle and made it less blocky on the slide.

So would I buy the Glock 42? No. And I'm not upset about that.
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If I got a GLOCK, it would be a GLOCK 20 in 10mm. That's basically the only gun they have that I want. If I want a small (but not pocket sized) CC gun, I'd buy one of Remington's R51s in 9mm (which I plan to).

A slightly over sized micro .380 that will probably be overpriced is not what I'd want.
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If I wanted to get a .380 pistol, it would not be a Glock. I would opt for a Walther PPK. Always wanted one. Yep, I am a 007 fan.
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I'm not at all a fan of the 380 but even if I was it looks like the 42 is about the size of an XDS or M&P Shield which can be had in 9mm, 40 S&W and 45acp.

If they ever make one in 9mm I'll be interested, but I just can't see the appeal of something that large in 380.
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This smells of air bags In automobiles rather than the marketplace offering what the public wants.

Look at the 380 Glocks in the world already, what niche do they fill?

I am smart enough to see what is going on, and I would hope others can see it also.
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