Glock 42

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Re: Glock 42

Postby Snurd » Sat 22 Mar 2014 2:19 pm

Shot about 100 rounds rough this again today. We took a few people who haven't shot before. There were a couple stovepipes, but that was some limp writing from the new people that was easily fixed.

With a little more finger tweaking I can now shoot the G42 just fine with the pad of my trigger finger. The gun Is so small it too a little more tweaking that I thought, but once I got it down I didn't have any issues.

We had a good time up at the Lions Club Range in Bountiful.
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Re: Glock 42

Postby Snurd » Mon 24 Mar 2014 8:40 pm

This is roughly 7 yards, 24 shots. It was some of the fun we had at the Bountiful range. :D

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Re: Glock 42

Postby Snurd » Wed 20 Aug 2014 6:09 pm

Took this little fella to the range with a couple friends. We put 100 rounds through it and had a good time.

We shot it side by side with a Glock 19 and a Springfield XDs in 9mm. Obviously it is a smaller gun, and the round has less punch. I have shot a Bersa .380, and if felt like it had more recoil than a 9mm. The G42 definitely has less felt recoil than the 9mm's, or the Bersa.

For those who are a little recoil shy with 9mm's, this is a great option.
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