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Here is what Glock has to say about the Glock 43:
FIT & FEEL
When it comes to size and comfort, the all new G43 provides the best of both worlds. Typically, with handguns of this dimension, the design of the pistol does a poor job of resolving issues concerning felt recoil. This can cause discomfort for shooters who are not familiar with shooting smaller framed pistols. Seasoned shooters are familiar with this and adjust their grip, but have to work harder to keep the pistol on target for follow-up shots. The design of the new G43 allow for a more comfortable and confident shooting experience for all types of users.
Overall length159mm / 6.26inSlide length154mm / 6.06inLength between sights132mm / 5.20inWeight (inc. empty mag)509g / 17.95ozWidth26mm / 1.02inSlide Width22mm / .87inHeight108mm / 4.25in
9×19 has become a standard in personal defense nationwide and for militaries throughout the world. The G43 is designed for any 9×19 round the civilian or law enforcement communities see fit to use. From the 64 grain to the 147 grain bullet, the all new G43 will function within the full spectrum of available ammunition