Will the new subcompact Glock 42 .380 ACP replace this veteran police officer’s trusty snubnose .38? Read guest blogger Ron Horner’s account of his time with the Glock 42.
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Studies and statistics have shown he majority of defensive firearm use takes place at night. Are you prepared to step into the dark? LaserMax’s recent introduction of it Centerfire Weaponlight for the Glock 42 and others says you are!
I’m not a fan of Glocks. I never have been. I have always liked attractive guns. For handguns, that meant things like the venerable Browning Hi-Power with wood grips, the 1911 Colt in blue with Rosewood trim, and even James Bond’s Walter PPK because of its unique lines. I always found Glocks to be a bit ugly.
Whether you carry concealed, keep a pistol for home defense or have a duty weapon, there is one accessory that immediately improve you sight picture in any lighting condition? Are your sights putting you at risk?
The Glock 42 provides the reliability and familiar ergonomics that make it a natural fit for shooters looking for a handgun that is easier to conceal when wearing minimal summer clothing. That is all fine and good for firearm selection, but you still have to determine a carry solution for your new pocket pistol. If you are in that category, fear not Cheaper Than Dirt! has the solutions you are seeking.