Video: Glock 43X & Glock 48

Video: Glock 43X & Glock 48

This is a discussion on Video: Glock 43X & Glock 48 within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; https://www.full30.com/watch/MDE4NDk...-pistol-review Updated video link....

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    Video: Glock 43X & Glock 48

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    Can't find any videos about the 43X or 48 on that site.
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    It is on there. Watched it earlier from a link on another forum.https://www.full30.com/watch/MDE4NDk...-pistol-review See if this works.

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    Try this link:

    https://www.full30.com/watch/MDE4NDk...-pistol-review


    Reminds me of a Kahr P9. Glock will sell a bunch of em!

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    I believe he may have unpublished the video I posted. He may be waiting until Shot show to release the videos.

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    Im a Glock guy ... But it will be Ruger to attempt to match the SIG 365 .. The EC9S needs a little grith in the grip anyway .. Glocks polymer on sreel mag limits them on higher capacity without increasing grith .....

    Keltec already has a flush 12rd 9mm mag for the P-11
    I have two for my P-11 .. so far they run like a champ ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Golddot9 View Post
    I believe he may have unpublished the video I posted. He may be waiting until Shot show to release the videos.
    Link I posted still works as of 2000 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tundra5.7 View Post
    Link I posted still works as of 2000 hours.
    The one that I posted is for a brief comparison of the 43X and the 48. I can't get the link to work, not even the link I received in my email from Full30.
    Thanks for posting that link.

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    Don't know much about Glock but i like tutone look and front slide serrations.Video: Glock 43X & Glock 48-glock.jpg
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    https://www.full30.com/embed/MDE4NDk0

    this one works as of 1am est

    G43x has an extended grip to hold a single stack 10 round mag.....G48 has a 4.1 inch barrel. Other than the barrel length, they are the same gun.
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    I like the 48. The 43x is pretty useless with the G48 available. Luckily, I don't live in a capacity restricted state. So, I'll be sticking with my trusty Gen 2. Why O why is Glock putting those fwd cocking serrations on their gun. They look terrible imo. To each his own, but I really don't like them.

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    There's a market for everything today...I see what they're marketing with both new Models. I won't buy either !!!!
    Both will be Perfection for many.....
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    Still looks too small for my paws.
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    Video: Glock 43X & Glock 48-image.jpegLooks like the Kahr CT9

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinTime View Post
    The 43x is pretty useless with the G48 available.

    That would depend on how ones carries their pistol. If carrying at 3-4 o'clock, yeah you might as well go for the 48. If one carries AIWB, that half an inch of slide length can make all the difference in the world. Being that both pistols have the same capacity, it may make more sense just go with the smaller package regardless of how it is carried. But some might say, well you'll have a longer sight radius with the G48. At self-defense distances, that little extra sight radius isn't going to make a whole lot of difference when you're going for center mass.
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