For the Glock fans out there, I’m sure you’ll be glad to hear that Glock has introduced a new pistol to the family. The Glock 41 Gen 4 .45 ACP.

The Glock 41 Gen 4 is built with a G34 (9mm) slide and a G21 Gen4 (.45) frame, the G41 is 2.3 ounces lighter than a G21 Gen4 while adding extended length to the slide.  The benefit of having the longer slide of the Glock 41 Gen 4, provides the shooter a longer sight radius for more precise engagements.  When compared side by side, it is a longer-barreled version of the Gen4 Glock 21, but it is a thinner version, and it has been measured down to match the same composition as the tactical/practical 5.3 inch barrel of the G34, 35 and 40 versions.  The barreling is right-handed and octagonal, with a twist length of 15.75 inches, and you’ll get a 13-round magazine. The drawback of the longer slide, does however, not make this pistol ideal for a concealed carry, but will definitely be a fan among the competition, Law Enforcement, and Military community.

How do you think it will compare to the XD and 1911?

SPECIFICATIONS:
* Caliber – .45 ACP
* Unloaded – 765 g / 27 oz.
* Loaded – 1020 g / 36 oz.
* Trigger Pull – 25 N / 5.5 lbs.
* Trigger Travel – 12.5 mm / 0.49 in.
* Trigger Pull – 25 N / 5.5 lbs.
* Trigger Travel – 12.5 mm / 0.49 in.
* Length – 226 mm / 8.90 in.
* Width – 32.5 mm / 1.28 in.
* Length Between Sights – 192 mm / 7.56 in.
* Height – 139 mm / 5.47 in.
* Slide Width – 25.5 mm / 1.00 in.
* Barrel Length – 135 mm / 5.31 in.