Why the Glock 42 .380 is my everyday carry weapon
I have a Glock 42 .380 as my everyday carry weapon for a few reasons. First, it is lightweight and easy to conceal. Second, the Glock 42 has a low recoil, making it easy to shoot accurately. Third, the .380 has enough stopping power to take down an attacker. Finally, I am confident in my ability to use the Glock 42 safely and effectively.
The Glock 42 .380 is lightweight and easy to conceal.
The Glock 42 is my go-to carry gun for a few reasons. First and foremost, it’s lightweight and easy to conceal. The Glock 42 weighs in at only 13.76 ounces unloaded, making it one of the lightest pistols on the market. Additionally, the Glock 42 is only 5.94 inches long and 4.13 inches tall, making it extremely easy to conceal on your person. Whether you’re carrying concealed on your hip or in an ankle holster, the Glock 42 will not print and will be virtually undetectable.
The Glock 42 .380 has a low recoil.
In addition to being lightweight and easy to conceal, the Glock 42 also has a low recoil. The combination of the low weight and low recoil makes the Glock 42 extremely easy to shoot accurately, even for those with smaller hands or weaker wrists. The low recoil also makes follow-up shots quick and easy, which is important in a self-defense situation where every second counts.
The Glock 42 .380 has enough stopping power to take down an attacker.
Another reason I carry a Glock 42 is because of the stopping power of the .380. While some may argue that the 9mm is a better self-defense round, I believe that the .380 has enough stopping power to take down an attacker while also being easy to fire accurately at close range.
Confidence in your ability to shoot whatever firearm you own.
Finally, I am confident in my ability to use the Glock 42 safely and effectively. I know that I can draw my weapon quickly and shoot accurately in a self-defense situation and that gives me a great deal of confidence when carrying.
Carrying a gun is not something to be taken lightly but if you are going to do it, you need to make sure you have a gun that you are confident in carrying with you everywhere you go. For me, that gun is the Glock 42 .380.
The typical distance of a gunfight is 3-5 yards. However, as the old saying goes, “the best gunfight is the one that you don’t have to be in.”
The typical gunfight is over in 3-5 rounds. However, the goal is always to avoid conflict if possible and use your weapon only as a last resort.
The Glock 42 .380 has enough stopping power to take down an attacker. The .380 cartridge has enough energy to penetrate clothing and flesh and cause significant damage.
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It is important to consult with a professional trainer and follow all local laws and regulations before carrying a firearm. Being able to carry a gun does not make you invincible and should never be used as a substitute for common sense and situational awareness. Always prioritize your own safety and the safety of those around you.