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105284 No. 105284 ID: 13f512
Not quite the smallest Glock, but close.
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>> No. 105285 ID: 13f512
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it came with the holster, which is apparently made by the gun store it came from. Not terrible if you're into white kryptek
>> No. 105286 ID: 13f512
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Also has the TALO front sight and a tasteful tramp stamp
>> No. 105287 ID: c01760
>a tasteful tramp stamp
The little Georgia P mark in >>105285? Pretty neat.
>> No. 105288 ID: c8474f

Well that too, but it also has a murica flag on the butt
>> No. 105290 ID: 57d4f8
The littlest Glocks are the best Glocks IMO. The G42 kicks like a kitten, and the G43 isn't bad either. If NJ wasn't so damn shitty, I'd probably have one.
>> No. 105291 ID: 13f512

G43 is honestly a very well thought out compact pistol.
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While I was in the gun store waiting for them to ring me up...
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Shoots quite well, this target was at 7 then 10 yards, flyers are my fault of course not the gun.
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that having been said, it is not in the same realm of accuracy as the CZ RAMI. But, it is much slimmer.
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I never got around to putting better sights on the RAMI, but perhaps I can get that done next week.
>> No. 105308 ID: bf333d
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What made you pick the Glock?
>> No. 105309 ID: 13f512

A few factors. This new crop of pocket wonder nines is fairly identical though I consider the Ruger in your pic to be behind the curve. The Shield and Glock are about equal in popularity, but I actually hear more circlejerking regarding the Shield. I have shot all of these and found they all pretty much had the same pros and cons, but the glock felt the best grip wise. You can see it has much more of a curvy hump than the others, and a bigger beaver.

The glock also came highly recommended from a few instructors who like it best, so considering the roughly equivalent reviews, I decided to go with that.
>> No. 105310 ID: 13f512
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besides, glocks just have a great reputation overall.
>> No. 105312 ID: 57d4f8
I shot a G43 and a ported Performance Center Shield back to back and liked the Glock better. I typically *hate* Glocks. The lack of finger grooves and nice swell at the rear of the frame really make it comfortable for its size.

Shields have that stupid hinging trigger, even though it was bad on the PC model. Like the locks on their revolvers, S&W doesn't know when to give up on a bad design.
>> No. 105314 ID: bf333d
I hear many people prefer the feel of the PPS M2 and are more accurate with it, but the Glock's huge aftermarket is hard to beat.
>> No. 105315 ID: 13f512

The thing about finger grooves... they're wonderful if they jive with your hands, but horrendous if they don't.
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wats this
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Not sure if I like how this feels yet, but the functionality cannot be questioned. You can't shoot what you can't see.
>> No. 105325 ID: 13f512
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SOON the average turnaround time for custom build orders is between 4-6 weeks; however, that can vary greatly due to order volume, etc. If order volume is higher than normal, average lead times could be as much as 8-10 weeks
>> No. 105328 ID: 9dcda2
This is why, whenever possible, I order from retailers that have it in stock. Amazon, midway, opticsp, brownells, Joe Bob, etc.
>> No. 105329 ID: f2172d
Yeah, but custom is custom.
>> No. 105352 ID: 710e4b
May I suggest the Bawidamann Gotham holster. I have one for my Roland and it works amazingly. I hear much good about the Glock 43/tlr6 as well.
>> No. 105355 ID: 13f512

What do you like about it over the comparable G-code?
>> No. 105377 ID: 13f512
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fuckin moot point, G-code arrived already.

Shit that was fast.
>> No. 105393 ID: 6ca38e
No objective evaluation required, it's overpriced gucci gear that fits his bandwagon special. =3
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