Evolution of the Glock, from a military sidearm to concealed carry, personal defense weapon, came in 2015. On March 20th, Glock Inc. released the much desired and highly anticipated, Glock 43. The G43 wasn’t simply a full-sized Glock chopped short like a Colt Commander. Glock undertook a complete redesign of the pistol’s exterior and internals. The result was a single stack, 9mm pistol, of substantially reduced dimensions. A beavertail now compensates for the smaller frame. This feature allows you to maintain a high, tight grip. Increased texture to key areas ensures more positive control of the pistol. Finally, the larger mag release makes your magazine changes more efficient. One thing about your G43 that didn’t change is quality of the barrel. Though reduced to 3.39 inches, it’s the same design as the G19 barrel. That isn’t a bad thing, but it could be better.
Switching out the OEM barrel for a True Precision Glock 43 barrel offers several advantages. The True Precision Glock 43 barrel has lands and grooves, rather than Glock Inc.’s proprietary polygonal bore. Lands and grooves lessen pressure problems with lead bullets and allow a wider selection of ammunition for the G43.
True Precision offers a Glock 43 fluted barrel. The flutes are precisely milled into the stainless steel and do not compromise its strength. The Glock 43 fluted barrel helps make a light and compact handgun that much more comfortable for every day carry.
The chamber of the True Precision Glock 43 match barrel has been machined to fully support the base of the cartridge. This gives an extra margin of strength to that critical area. The match grade machining gives the Glock 43 aftermarket barrel an improved fit. Both features result in a stronger, more accurate concealed carry weapon.
NOTE: For the protection of our customers and various safety and legal liability reasons, we do not accept returns on ammunition, firearms, barrels, or any product that contains a barrel. Defective firearms, barrels, any product that contains a barrel (i.e., complete AR-15 uppers, complete pistol slides, etc.) and ammunition must be returned to the original manufacturer for warranty service. You can have peace of mind that all firearms, barrels, complete uppers, and ammunition that we sell are brand new from the manufacturer, and have never been used, installed, or modified.