Good point..Very close, can't imagine why someone would want the bigger one in the smaller caliber though. Compare the G42 with the Kahr P380 and you'll see a huge difference.
OK, some folks are recoil sensitive and prefer a 380, so lots of companies make 9's and 380's on the same platform. I'm sure there are many reasons for buying the 42, but that gun in a 9 would be a smash win and I'd likely carry one myself. Speaking for me I can't imagine carrying a larger gun in a smaller caliber especially when the Kahr is so good.Recoil sensitive?
I wouldn't mind playing with a 42. If they bring a single 9 the same size as a 42 and I might think about it...
I had to put about 150 rounds thru the G42 before it ran 100%.got to put a few rounds through a 42 at the range Sunday. I was not accurate with it at all. It is one hell of a light weight zero recoil gun though. I might get one for the wife to get her comfortable with shooting something bigger than a .22. Oh I had my Nano and they are almost identical in size with the Nano being just a tad thicker, but having a slightly shorter grip.
Oh yes. If you remember my CW380 thread, I had a few issues with that as well. Nothing major, just cost a fortune to feed during the break in to achieve 100% trouble free function. If this lil bastard acts up , its not the end of the world. I reload 9mm so that won't be an issues this go round if needed. 400 rounds of .380 busted my wallet's ass wide open last time.Don't judge it too harsh at first
The little guys can have teething issues initially.