Is the Glock 43 or 26 better?
Let’s just get what’s obvious out of the way: the biggest difference between the Glock 26 and Glock 43 is the magazines, meaning the width of the guns. The Glock 26 has a staggered (double stack) magazine, and the Glock 43 does not. That makes the Glock 26 wider, but it also adds carrying capacity.
What’s the difference between a Glock 43 and a Glock G43?
G43 vs. The Glock 43X is 11.6% heavier (G43 20.64 oz/1.29 lbs vs. G43X 23.07 oz/1.44 lbs) than the G43 when loaded with the same ammo. Part of this extra weight is the additional ammo capacity of the G43X. Interestingly enough, in hand, the fully loaded G43 feels more “top heavy” than the G43X.
Is the Glock 43 enough for CCW?
YES, the Glock 43 delivers exactly what you need from a good EDC CCW (every day carry concealed carry weapon). We’ll give you the lowdown on just what it does right, our top reasons to carry it, and what some of the drawbacks might be.
Is Glock 26 discontinued?
Glock 26 Gen 3 (DISCONTINUED)
Does Glock 43 have a lot of recoil?
Given the size and barrel length, recoil is very well managed and muzzle flip is negligible (albeit greater than the 42’s).
Is Glock 43 hard to shoot?
The Glock 43 is a handful. With somebody with larger hands like myself, it’s not the easiest gun in the world to shoot. Now with that said, if you have smaller hands, you’re probably going to shoot the Glock 43 well. Perhaps better than somebody who may be a better shooter with even a larger gun.
What is the difference between a Glock 26 and a 43?
The primary difference is that the Glock 43 is a single stack, while the Glock 26 is not. This simple difference will also explain a few other features. For example, the Glock 43 is taller, because it has to fit that sixth round in there somehow. The Glock 26 is wider, because it has a double stack magazine.
Should you buy a G26 or a G43 pistol?
Glock has two excellent choices with their G26 and G43 firearms. Since they’re so similar, though, you might still find it difficult to come to a decision. That’s why I’ve decided to compare and review the two guns.
Should I buy a baby Glock or a 43?
If you just need a concealed carry weapon in order to feel safer on a daily basis, any of these two Baby Glocks will do. They’re both pretty compact, even though the 43 is technically smaller. If you’re one of those people who like keeping their guns in their pockets, these guns could work.
What is the difference between the Glock 26 and 26 Gen 5?
A person might also bring up the Glock 26 Gen 5. The Gen 5 Glock 26 reduces the trigger reach to 2.76 inches and overall length to 6.42 inches, but increases overall width to 1.3 inches and unloaded weight to 19.7 ounces…but is otherwise unchanged.