The Glock 43/43X/48 is a subcompact 9mm handgun designed for concealed carry. It is one of the most popular concealed carry handguns today. The Glock 43/43X/48 is a striker-fired, semi-automatic handgun that uses a polymer frame. It has a magazine capacity Glock 43 price of 6 rounds and a trigger pull of approximately 5.5 pounds. The Glock 43/43X/48 is available in black, stainless, and carbon fiber finishes.
What is the difference between Glock 43 43X 48?
The difference between the G43X and the G48 is the slide length. A G48 provides a slide length comparable to the popular G19, while the G43X provides a G43 size slide. On that note, if you already own a G43, it would make more sense to buy a G48.
Which is better, Glock 43 or Glock 48?
The most significant difference between a Glock 48 and a Glock 43 is size. The Glock 43 is small and well suited for pocket carrying. However, the Glock 48 and Glock 43 are much larger and rival the Glock 19 in the waist concealed carry market.
|GLOCK 43||GLOCK 43X|
|Caliber||9 mm Luger||9mm Luger|
|Width||1.06 inch||1.1 inch|
|Overal length||6.26 inch||6.5 inch|
|Height||4.25 inch||5.04 inch|
|17.99 oz.||18.7 oz.|
|3.39 inch||3.41 inch|
|Magazine||Single stack||Single stack|
|Capacity||6 + 1 (flush)||
10 + 1 (flush)
|Slide||Steel w/ nDLC finish||
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