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$380.99 +-17.48%
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$447.58 14.88%

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This gun is small, and light at only 17.95 oz unloaded. Logic would dictate that a light small gun in a 9mm caliber is going to be snappy or harder to control than a full-sized weapon. To my surprise as well as the three gunner I brought with me, the GLOCK did not demonstrate this typical trend. It was easy to control, flat shooting and most importantly it didnt feel like it was... Read critic reviews...

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Karl first started learning about guns at the age of 10 and spent the next two decades trying to get his hands on any information about them to learn all he can. He excelled in middle school shop class and found a love for mechanical design that continues to this day. Karl bought his first rifle, a Russian Mosin Nagant, just days after his 18th birthday and began a career in manufacturing before he reached 20. By 25 he was a fully-capable gunsmith working for an indoor shooting range and now he puts his knowledge to use here!

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Glock 43 Description

Glock 43 is one of the most popular handguns by Glock. Introduced in mid-2015, Glock 43 is a semi-automatic hand-carry pistol with gas nitrate finish polymer frame and grips. The gas nitrate finish of this gun helps to control the part distortion that occurs due to overheating. The beavertail design on the grip helps the shooter to achieve maximum control and accuracy. This ultra-concealable single stack gun holds 9mm Luger caliber and is perfect equipment for all types of shooters regardless of hand size. The magazine of this gun can hold 6 rounds. You can find Glock 43 for sale in many online stores. The dimensions of Glock 43 give a nice look and the design is almost similar to other Glock handguns. It is considerably thinner and shorter than other 9mm Glock handguns. Finger grooves are not provided on this handgun, but rear serrations are provided for better grip. On this page we've curated the best price retailers with high customer satisfaction that sell the Glock 17. If you scroll to the bottom of the page, you'll find a list of reviews from real owners of the Glock 17 to help you determine if it's right for you! The Glock 43 comes with an enhanced three-part safety system to ensure there are no misfires or unintentional fires. The trigger system of this gun is specially crafted to offer extra safety. You have to pull the trigger and lever together to fire. This feature avoids the gun from firing off if it is dropped. The firing pin safety lever in the gun prevents the pin from striking the bullet until the trigger and lever are pressed together. The drop safety feature of this gun controls the firing pin from moving forward without pulling the lever and trigger. Glock 43 Specs: Overall Length: 159mm (6.26) Caliber: 919 (9mm) Barrel: 86.1mm (3.39) Slide Length: 154 mm (6.06) Overall Width: 27 mm (1.06) Slide Width: 22 mm (0.87 inch) Height with Magazine: 108 mm (4.25) Weight without magazine: 460 grams Weight with the loaded magazine: 585 grams Weight with empty magazine: 510 grams Trigger Pull: 24 N System: Safe Action The ultra-concealable barrel in Glock 43 is suitable for all types of shooters. There is a 9mm compensator with a built-in tail design that can provide a tighter and secure grip. The barrel of this gun is made in such a way to offer a comfortable and consistent operation. The aggressive texture design on this pistol is worth a mention. The barrel allows easy removal of standard six-round from the large magazine catch. The barrels are torture-tested (stress-tested) to ensure durability and stability. The magazine in Glock 43 has a rugged design and is built using premium quality polymer-and-steel. Glock 43 magazine features a full-length steel insert, strong polymer construction, internal spring wires made of steel, and separate witness holes for each round. Glock 43 has a reduced trigger distance when compared to other Glock handguns. The angle of the pistol grip is similar to the larger handguns in the Glock line. Glock 43 handguns are manufactured both in the United States and Austria. People often think about which one is the best Glock 43 manufacturer. The answer is quite simple, both are of the same quality as they are made using the same machines and same materials following strict quality control procedures set forth by Glock.

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