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[FIREARM REVIEW] Glock 42 Review for Concealed Carry

It’s here, and it’s going to be HOT. Concealed Nation was fortunate enough to get our hands on the Glock 42 and take it to the range for a 500-round test right out of the box. If you’re looking for a beautifully slim .380 for concealed carry, your search may just come to an end today after seeing this beauty.



Let’s start with some Glock 42 Specifications:

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Glock 42 Exploded View:



Thinner and shorter than the G26 & G27, the G42 is a great size to accommodate smaller people who want to carry concealed. While it’s a little taller than the G26 & G27, it’s a minimal amount. I’ll tell ya though, it’s thin! Take a look at this comparison photo:


As you can see from the dimensions above, this is a nice small package to carry, but not too small. Compared to a similar firearm such as the Ruger LCP, the G42 is larger. That’s fine with me, because the LCP was always too small for my hands. I never had a comfortable grip on it, and the slightly larger specs for the G42 are very welcomed.


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