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Re: G43. No doubt in my mind it is a fine weapon. Having carried a G17, w G26 as backup for years, and later a G22, w G27 as backup, I never had an issue with them. I have fired well over 100K + rounds, and was an instructor, both for revolvers and semi autos. I was also a Glock Armorer. The only Glock misfeed issues I have ever seen have been caused by “limp wristing”, improper magazine loading & or seating, and in some cases, improper maintenance and cleaning.
The caliber, size, and capacity of any weapon is a personal choice for the shooter. Almost any weapon will do, if the shooter is capable. In the words of Jeff Cooper, “Beware the man that has only one weapon, as he probably knows how to shoot it well”.
Invest in quality training. Get trained, practice your skill set, and learn to shoot well under all circumstances. Rounds, once shot, cannot be recalled. Also, name calling, unless the person has a gun pointed at you, is completely unnecessary in this business. After all, we’re talking about life and death here. Peace, out.

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