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First, Glock 42, now Glock 41

Just let the gat out of the bag on the Glock 42, but the G41 is a long barreled version of the G21 but slimmer:

So, I guess the G40 is not to be because people might think it’s a .40S&W? And we can’t go confusing the Glock 40 with the Glock Fotay.

Kinda disappointed in both guns. I guess in a couple more years we’ll get that single stack 9 after we all bought S&W shields?

10 Responses to “First, Glock 42, now Glock 41”

  1. Jailer Says:

    meh. I’ll keep my 21 for IDPA, it’s served me well.

  2. mike Says:

    “I guess in a couple more years we’ll get that single stack 9 after we all bought S&W shields?”

    It’s funny because it’s true. I really don’t know why Glock doesn’t produce a single stack 9mm. They’re just leaving money on the table for their competitors to take.

  3. Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner Says:

    Remington 51.

  4. rosignol Says:

    Why on earth didn’t they call it the G45? Are they saving that designation for something in .45 GAP?

  5. GBW Says:

    Who would have predicted that a new carry pistol from Remington would so thoroughly overshadow Glock’s new entry in the same category?

  6. Johnnie Says:

    Glocks are all like Marilyn Monroe: what U see is what you get: broad ass, dumb blonde, low rent chimpanzee ware.

  7. Pete Says:

    A Glock 20/10mm version would be interesting.

  8. Aaron Says:

    It’s too much to hope for a single stack Glock in 40, or even the long awaited and never developed Glock Carbine in 40 for the model G40, isn’t it?

  9. CJ Says:

    Interesting, I’m guessing since it takes G21 mags, it’s probably not slimmer where it counts, i.e. the grip.

  10. That Guy Says:

    Meh

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