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Glock 43x
« on: Yesterday at 03:12:09 PM »

https://us.glock.com/Products/g43x_silver_slide


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I appreciate all weapons but definitely a Glock guy!  This will probably be my next purchase/carry weapon
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« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 03:58:05 PM »

Good gun and Iím a Glock guy too but I got an H&K VP9 SK for Christmas and love it.....shoots great and isnít too big like my Glock 17...before you get the 43 check out the SK....I was going to get either the 43 or the 19 and Iím glad I changed my mind


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Re: Glock 43x
« Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 04:23:45 PM »

Admittedly not a Glock guy here. But what in the heck is up with that magazine design. Its like the wrong magazine or its not inserted all the way or something. It doesn't contour to the bottom of the gun at all. Looks like a afterthought.
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Re: Glock 43x
« Reply #3 on: Today at 10:01:50 AM »

Good gun and Iím a Glock guy too but I got an H&K VP9 SK for Christmas and love it.....shoots great and isnít too big like my Glock 17...before you get the 43 check out the SK....I was going to get either the 43 or the 19 and Iím glad I changed my mind


I've looked at just about everything.  I've carried multiple brands but always end up back with a Glock.

I don't think I've looked at the VP9 specifically so I'll check it out.


Admittedly not a Glock guy here. But what in the heck is up with that magazine design. Its like the wrong magazine or its not inserted all the way or something. It doesn't contour to the bottom of the gun at all. Looks like a afterthought.

Glocks in general have the mag plate hanging out a bit.  I agree I'm not a huge fan of that look but they never let me down and I love the availability of accessories (mainly night sights)
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Re: Glock 43x
« Reply #4 on: Today at 12:12:49 PM »

Glocks in general have the mag plate hanging out a bit.  I agree I'm not a huge fan of that look but they never let me down and I love the availability of accessories (mainly night sights)
Totally understand. I feel the same love for my guns as well. I have been considering the Ruger LC9s Pro as a option for a carry but I just never really liked any of the small framed guns.
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Re: Glock 43x
« Reply #5 on: Today at 12:57:18 PM »

Totally understand. I feel the same love for my guns as well. I have been considering the Ruger LC9s Pro as a option for a carry but I just never really liked any of the small framed guns.


As you know a key to carrying is being comfortable with a weapon.  I don't have big hands by any means but I def couldn't go any smaller.  I think the smaller weapons have their spot but I couldn't as my main carry weapon.  Maybe could see one as a boot gun or something
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Re: Glock 43x
« Reply #6 on: Today at 02:38:57 PM »


I don't think I've looked at the VP9 specifically so I'll check it out.

Specifically the SK; it comes with extra side panels and back straps to customize the grip and a ďspeed loaderĒ



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