Replace them with better sights. Even so, I needed a small 9mm for summertime in GA wear, and the decision came down to a g43 or a p365. .LalRrQILNjt65y-p-QlWH{fill:var(--newRedditTheme-actionIcon);height:18px;width:18px}.LalRrQILNjt65y-p-QlWH rect{stroke:var(--newRedditTheme-metaText)}._3J2-xIxxxP9ISzeLWCOUVc{height:18px}.FyLpt0kIWG1bTDWZ8HIL1{margin-top:4px}._2ntJEAiwKXBGvxrJiqxx_2,._1SqBC7PQ5dMOdF0MhPIkA8{height:24px;vertical-align:middle;width:24px}._1SqBC7PQ5dMOdF0MhPIkA8{-ms-flex-align:center;align-items:center;display:-ms-inline-flexbox;display:inline-flex;-ms-flex-direction:row;flex-direction:row;-ms-flex-pack:center;justify-content:center} I love it. The answer to that is that it depends on who you ask. I like the 48 but I see very little advantage of the 43x over the 48 other than barrel velocity. Probably if it were me, and I had no pistol, and wanted one in that general size I'd get the 48. Scootch reviews the 43X and 48. Reliability was 100% for both of them. And for that money, you get what may be the toughest red dot sight available for the Glock 43X MOS. Archived. My wife, on the other hand, is the polar opposite. On the flip side, some people actually find a longer barreled gun easier to conceal carrying appendix. I carry appendix and the Glock 48 barrel length is not uncomfortable, never carried the 43x. Took me a few months to get it sorted out. The gun is not necessarily a known generation in the Glock world. Enough said. If the gun is too short, it’ll have a tendency to roll away from the body (and a wedge won’t work as well), causing the rear of the slide or the grip to print. I love it. FOR ME: Accuracy is the same. i have a g32 (same as the g19 except .357 sig) and a shield in .357 sig. Where IWB? They don't match up perfectly aesthetically, because of the more rounded look of the 43X/48 but they work just fine. I went with the 48 over the 43X as if they have the same lower, which is what I have to hide, I'd rather go with the longer barrel. Glock 43 vs Glock 43X vs Glock 48 duda al respecto. It feels much smaller in all dimensions except grip length. ._1PeZajQI0Wm8P3B45yshR{fill:var(--newCommunityTheme-actionIcon)}._1PeZajQI0Wm8P3B45yshR._3axV0unm-cpsxoKWYwKh2x{fill:#ea0027} .s5ap8yh1b4ZfwxvHizW3f{color:var(--newCommunityTheme-metaText);padding-top:5px}.s5ap8yh1b4ZfwxvHizW3f._19JhaP1slDQqu2XgT3vVS0{color:#ea0027} In this episode of TFBTV, James shoots the remarkable new Shield Arms S15 magazine for the Glock 43X and Glock 48. i carry the shield most of the time because i have a damaged hand from the service (1969) and the glock is on the bulky side. i think the 43x and the 48 would be great for carry due to the slightly thinner frame. So you're going to probably have some minor improvement in your experience shooting the 48 over the 43X. ._2cHgYGbfV9EZMSThqLt2tx{margin-bottom:16px;border-radius:4px}._3Q7WCNdCi77r0_CKPoDSFY{width:75%;height:24px}._2wgLWvNKnhoJX3DUVT_3F-,._3Q7WCNdCi77r0_CKPoDSFY{background:var(--newCommunityTheme-field);background-size:200%;margin-bottom:16px;border-radius:4px}._2wgLWvNKnhoJX3DUVT_3F-{width:100%;height:46px} (The G43X has the … My question though, is how much of a difference does that little bit of extra length on the 48, the only real difference between it and the 43x, make? 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They suck. The grip texture is the same as the Glock 43 which has squares (or pyramids) that do not protrude as much as the textures on the Gen 4 and Gen 5 models. Both good reasons to get the 48, and a big part of why I'm considering it, but then, will that be offset by it being harder to conceal? How it feels in the waistband: Fantastic. The 43L might work for IWB, but it looks doofy. I ended up with the p365, comes standard with night sights, and a fantastic trigger. Ergonomics and balance: I could sit here and toss numbers at you, but we all know that the G43x/48 are thinner than the G19/26. The weight of the g43/48 feels much less than the g19 or g26. When I was getting the G43x I had no intention of getting the G48. One question I've heard raised is: "which feels better in hand?" Typically a Glock pistol will be part of one particular generation, and this ranges from Generations 1 through 5 with the 5th being the current generation. In this video we take a look at the slimline Glocks and see how they perform against the sub compact Glock 43. This is also why some AIWB holsters are made a bit longer than the end of the barrel. G48 vs 43x: Honestly, I think I prefer the 43x. The 43X I don't really understand. 48 because I shoot it better than 43 and 43x. Here's my reasoning: Background: 48 and 43X are the same frame, just different slides. I took my wife to the shooting range with me and she shot the G43x... She shot MUCH better with it than she did with the G19 or G26. ._1x9diBHPBP-hL1JiwUwJ5J{font-size:14px;font-weight:500;line-height:18px;color:#ff585b;padding-left:3px;padding-right:24px}._2B0OHMLKb9TXNdd9g5Ere-,._1xKxnscCn2PjBiXhorZef4{height:16px;padding-right:4px;vertical-align:top}._1LLqoNXrOsaIkMtOuTBmO5{height:20px;padding-right:8px;vertical-align:bottom}.QB2Yrr8uihZVRhvwrKuMS{height:18px;padding-right:8px;vertical-align:top}._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0{font-size:14px;font-weight:500;line-height:18px;color:var(--newCommunityTheme-actionIcon)}._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0 ._1LLqoNXrOsaIkMtOuTBmO5,._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0 ._2B0OHMLKb9TXNdd9g5Ere-,._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0 ._1xKxnscCn2PjBiXhorZef4,._3w_KK8BUvCMkCPWZVsZQn0 .QB2Yrr8uihZVRhvwrKuMS{fill:var(--newCommunityTheme-actionIcon)} Mensaje por Amilotz » 25 Dic 2020 16:10 . Buenas Hace tiempo que andaba con ganas de cambiar mí Glock 19 por un modelo más estrecho; la 19 me encantaba pero la encontraba algo "gordita" y buscaba una como ella, pero más fina. The Glock 43X comes out of the holster faster than any of the other pistols here for two reasons. I drew and fired them both from concealed IWB, under a clock to compare times. 48 weighs about 2oz more than 43X in the same load state. Glock 48 vs Glock 43X: Features The Glock 43X and Glock 48 share the same features. i thought the 48 has a longer slide and or barrel? However, two stand out to me. If you have questions or want comparisons to other guns, feel free to message me. One, the draw stroke is a bit shorter than the Glock 19 or Glock 48 because the slide and barrel are shorter, exactly like the Glock 43. Here's the kicker though: Because the 43X/48 lower accept the older 43 slide/barrel, if you buy a 48 now, and a 43 later, then you will have FOUR options for deeper concealment, because you can put the 43 barrel/slide on the 48 lower, and you've got a 43X, or you can even put the 48 slide on the 43 lower, and have a 43 long. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Sep 16, 2019 #1 ... 48. That issue is 100% gone with the G43x/48. I’ve carried a Glock 19 concealed for almost 18 years on a rather regular basis. I'm still looking at holsters though so that may change when I do finally get a chance to put one on, and then when I actually get the pistol too. The advent of the Slimline series of Glock pistols (Glock 43X and Glock 48) stirred up a predictably huge amount of discussion. I haven’t been able to try it with anything reasonably sized yet (all I have are a tiny subcompact and full size double stacked 5” guns), so I’m going to have to try out the 48 and 43X before I decide which will work better for me. Smaller, shorter guns will be more comfortable for appendix, pocket, and IWB carry. She immediately claimed the G43x for herself and we agreed that we would go to store and I would get the G48 for myself. Built off the basis of the Glock 43X, the Glock 48 is a Glock 19 sized pistol with single-stack width. I eventually replaced my Glock 19 (I now have 2). Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. Today I took my regular carry Glock 43x and compared to my wife's Springfield EMP. He can keep his 43(I would take a P365) over that gun. In fact, the only difference between the two pistols is the slide and barrel length. My review and comparison of the Glock 43x and 48 to other common options... G19 Gen4,Vicker's Tactical G19, G26 gen 4. I've always found that numbers do a terrible job of really giving any sort of idea what it's like carrying a single stack vs a double stack. The gun/holster combo I choose depends on the situation. Enough said. Recoil is the same. Duh. I have somewhere north of 10,000 rounds through Glocks and probably somewhere north of 30,000 rounds through handguns over the 7 years that I've owned guns (admittedly, 15,000 rounds of that or so was through one ruger 22/45 that I have). I bought both the G43x and G48 at Academy Sports for $437 each (before tax). The way I look at it, if that's the case, why wouldn't you opt for a shorter barrel? They suck. Over years, I have probably owned 30+ different models of handguns and have traded or sold the majority of them for various reasons (mostly, just wanting to try other stuff). This is my subjective review of the guns after putting around 500 rounds through the G48 and 700 through the G43x. It really depends on your body size/shape and what you wear. That's why Glock made them. A Glock Commander, I guess. And while the Glock43X and Glock 48 are not Gen 5s, the magazines have the orange follower like the Gen 5 models. Replace them with better sights. I bought the G43X as a deep concealment gun, for when I cannot carry my every-day G34 MOS. There's a very negligible difference in velocity with Glocks and the different barrel lengths. ._3-SW6hQX6gXK9G4FM74obr{display:inline-block;vertical-align:text-bottom;width:16px;height:16px;font-size:16px;line-height:16px}

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