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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.

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.

Which would you rather have: six shots of .38 Special or 10 shots of 9mm Parabellum +P?

10 Advantages of the Glock

What does Glock possess that makes it an enduring favorite among competitive shooters, law enforcement and armed citizens? Master gunsmith Patrick Sweeney reveals the Glock's top 10 advantages.

The Glock 25 in .380. Sure, you want one, but you better have a badge a step up from a tin star if you want to get your hands on one in the U.S.

Rounding Out Your Glock Collection

“Collect them all!” is how the tag line so often goes. When it comes to Glocks, though, sometimes that just isn’t possible. “The G25 and G28, corresponding to the G19 and G26, are Glock’s .380 models. The .380 lacks the energy to work a locked-breech system, so these are simple blowback pistols. … Why...

A practiced off-hand target competitor. Her rifle is just that, a rifle.

Why Guns are not Necessarily Weapons

Noted and award-winning author Wayne van Zwoll succinctly explains why calling your gun–and my gun, and their guns–“weapons” is a problem. “… I take exception to the use of ‘weapon’ in describing firearms never intended to be weapons—and even those that were. ‘Weapon’ has nothing to do with a mechanism or a firearm type....