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    GLOCK Models 41 and 42... let the speculation begin!

    In a recent thread about my Glock Armorer's re-cert class (Glock Armorer Update), I mentioned the instructor told us that Glock would be unveiling two new guns at SHOT Show in January.

    I was doing some ordering for the shop this evening, and found that the new models are already in our distributor's system. Very little information is available (and no pics or description), but what is there allows us to make some inferences.

    They are listed under "handguns," so no Glock Carbine (big surprise)

    One model will be the Glock 41. SKU numbers are PG4130101 and PG4130103, which indicate adjustable sights, and a low-cap and hi-cap version. The Glock 41 is more expensive than any of Glock's other pistols to date; based on the wholesale cost I'm seeing, street price will be $779.95 at my shop. Given that, my official guess is that the new Glock Model 41 is going to be an optics-ready, competition-oriented pistol to compete with the S&W M&P CORE and FNH-USA FNX-45 Tactical.

    The other model will be the Glock 42. SKU number is UI4250201, which indicates US-made, fixed sights and a low-capacity (10 or less) magazine. Wholesale price on this is only slightly above the Gen3 models, so street price should be $539.95. I think this is a new single stack .380 or 9mm of some sort.

    Or, I could be completely wrong. Guess we'll find out in January if not before!


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    Please be a single stack 9, please be a single stack 9....
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    In related news, I am not surprised that Glock elected to skip the model number 40. If they had any sense of humor, though, they would've made it a .22 pistol... then you would've had a Glock 22 .40 and a Glock 40 .22.

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    Yea just put me down for one of both. I've heard speculation about the 41 being a longslide .45, but I do not see that happening.
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    Single stack 9 please



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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron580 View Post
    Yea just put me down for one of both. I've heard speculation about the 41 being a longslide .45, but I do not see that happening.
    Yes, a long slide .45acp model. Glock's first 1911!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by calcot7 View Post
    Yes, a long slide .45acp model. Glock's first 1911!!
    That's an insult to glocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by calcot7 View Post
    Yes, a long slide .45acp model. Glock's first 1911!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger Time View Post
    That's an insult to glocks
    Definitely not. That's best of both worlds.

    An an optics ready 34 would be nice. Or a 1911'ish 45.


    Id much much rather see a. 9mm pocket pistol in single stack vs a 380. But hey, give it a month or two and we'll find out, right?

    BTW, I've been waiting for the 40 just to see what caliber they would do. Guess I don't gotta worry about that now. But, I do like your idea about the .22
    See my WTT ad in the classifieds to trade ammo for brass (9mm,45,222)

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    10mm in the G36 platform please!

    Of course, I am still waiting for a gun that Mossberg announced LAST year at SHOT.
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    Very interesting!

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