Posted May 18, 2018 10:00 am by Comments

By Eve Flanigan

Among choices for concealed carry pistols, the Glock 43 has been one of the most popular since its 2015 release. It was adopted more or less happily by Glock fans who nevertheless bemoaned its anemic six-plus-one capacity. It even earned a satirical Hitler video  for its shortcomings.
The Glock 43 was adopted by throngs of folks who felt it was the best among lots of unsatisfactory choices. Certainly, aftermarket options made it better. Night sights, light attachments, and magazine extensions helped. Lots of us, myself included, carry a G43.
Birds of a feather! Both reliable and concealment-friendly. (Photo: Eve Flanigan/
Three years later, SHOT Show 2018 saw the unveiling of the Sig Sauer P365. Online chatter was instantaneous. This new pistol was a strange beast, with a profile strikingly similar to that of the G43, but with a major difference: it was to be sold with two ten-round magazines, one with a flat floorplate and one with a pinky rest, just like the G43. But it seemed there was sorcery involved—how could a magazine not much bigger than the G43’s hold ten whole rounds?
These two firearms have a few things in common, other than size and weight. Trigger weight and travel are similar,


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