Video—American Rifleman TV: Glock G43 Pistol Review

Glock surprised the handgun market in 2015 when it introduced the model 43, the gun maker's first single-stack defensive 9 mm pistol in its extensive catalog of polymer-framed handguns. Called out for being "late to the party," the pistol has since become one of the manufacturer's most popular models, finding particular favor with the concealed-carry crowd. So how does it shoot? American Rifleman TV was quick to add it to its review lineup, and you can watch that "Rifleman Review" segment here to see a complete rundown of the pistol’s features—a few of which are new for Glock. 

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