that gun looks really small, probably very good for pocket carry or when you need something small
I've never shot a .380 before
I have the Glock 26 Gen 4. Same size as the Glock 28.
It is small, but not as small as the single-stacked G42 or G43. I bought the G42 as my first .380, but sold it. Too hard to get enough purchase on it to tame the recoil -- as anemic as the .380 recoil is. I could get lead on paper at 25 yds, but it took complete concentration. Friends who tried it were unable to get more than 2 rounds in 5 on paper. I put this in the "need to be closer than I'd ever want to be" category.
You can get mag accessories for the G26 to make the grip longer so there's room for your pinky. Otherwise, you wrap the pinky under the mag and just use 3 fingers in front of the grip. There's enough girth with the double-stacked mag to give you plenty to hold onto.
What's disappointing is all the failures in the second video I posted. You'd think a Glock that's been manufactured outside the US for over 2 decades would have all the bugs worked out. They can't hide behind the excuse of it being a new design with expected "bugs."
To put the G26/G28 grip in perspective, a G26, G19 and G17 can all accept each other's mags if they are long enough -- i.e. a G17 standard 17 rd mag fits a G26 which normally uses a 10 rd mag. This means the grips are very similar between the models, just varying lengths.
Hickok45 has large hands and doesn't seem to have any problems with the G26 "Baby Glock".