Why Get a Replacement Barrel for Your Glock 43
The Glock 43 is arguably one of the most accurate and dependable sub-compact semiautomatic handguns, with unequaled reliability and unsurpassed accuracy. However, you would want to change out your stock Glock 43 barrel for a couple of reasons.
Reasons to Replace Stock Barrels
The first reason to replace your Glock 43 barrel is that the production barrel was designed to shoot a wide range of ammo well but is not the perfect choice for any specific load. This is especially true for firing match-grade ammo, where shooters strive for optimum accuracy. The second reason is to provide the ability to install aftermarket accessories, such as suppressors, that require a Glock 43 threaded barrel.
Many competition shooters give the aftermarket match-grade Glock 43 barrel rave reviews when firing premium ammo. Several barrels are available for Glock 43 and 43X models in various styles with attractive finishes.
All the above-listed versions of the Glock 43 threaded barrel and the non-threaded versions provide easy drop-in installation and require no gunsmithing skill. Additionally, some of the threaded models are available with an optional 1/2-28 thread or 11-degree target crown for easy installation of various muzzle devices.
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