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VIDEO: Glock 42 Review with Jerry Miculek

In this Glock 42 review, World Champion shooter Jerry Miculek puts the new handgun through its paces like only Jerry can. The handgun review includes close and long range tests (up to 110 yards), reliability with different ammo and how it stacks up against similar concealed carry guns on the market.

Glock 30S.

The Glock 30S for Concealed Carry

Comfortable to carry and packing 10+1 rounds of .45 ACP, the Glock 30S is the latest member of the Glock line-up. It packs the ultimate punch in a concealable package.

When Glock introduced the .45 GAP, you’d have had to wonder if it really thought through the whole “fat as a G22, but only holds 10 rounds” concept. It seems an odd choice, given the market and its competitors.

What Ever Happened to Glock’s .45 GAP?

The Glock .45 GAP? This one has had me scratching my head ever since I first saw it, back at the 2007 SHOT show. Basically, the round is an engineering double-down on the .40, as in make a .45 that is short enough to fit into a 9mm magazine tube. Alas, it is an...

Glock Deconstructed

New Book Reveals the Complexity of Glock

Recognized as the most influential firearms design in the past 50 years, the Glock pistol is the overwhelming favorite for both law enforcement and personal protection. Sweeney provides a thorough guide to every Glock model, highlighting the Gen4 improvements. He also shares a roadmap of the emergence of a whole aftermarket industry.

The Glock 17 (top) compared to the smaller Glock 19 for concealed carry.

Glock 17: Best 9mm for Concealed Carry?

The original, box-stock, vanilla-plain Glock 17 9mm is a wondrous beast. For reliability, comfort, ease of use, soft recoil, and the ability to find extras like magazines and such, it is hard to beat. But is it the best bet for concealed carry?

The G36. Sigh. It could have been a contender … .

Musings on the Single-Stack Glock

Handgunners wonder why their prayers for a true, thin-as-a-1911 single-stack Glock have gone unanswered. Patrick Sweeney explains why.