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So I just purchased a glock 43 yesterday, it's the perfect size, perfect weight, and all around awesome, only thing I found not so great is the trigger pull but I will be ordering a custom replacement trigger for a more crisp pull. I'm really wanting some slidework done like cutouts and milling. I really need some suggestions on where to look!
 

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Atei they aren't as well known bit there work is functional and durable not flashy and stylish. Some of these other companies are putting out sub par work but it t looks so good people are eating it up.

I love the look of the salient arms tier 2 glocks. It sounds like you would like the tier 1 package.
 

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Welcome!
 

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At this late juncture I suppose it would be a waste of bandwidth to suggest that you should save your money - Huh!

All you're going to do is to radically change the operating characteristics of your new Glock; and, unless you want a finicky, 'range toy', reducing the slide's weight and changing the springs is just asking for trouble. (I know a lot of people who've found it, too!)

Neither do you need to, 'go for your lungs' on a new custom trigger. All ya got 'a do is replace the factory stock 7 1/2 lb connector with an aftermarket, 'Edge' connector from Ghost. That'll do it; and you'll still have a pistol that you can trust for EDC.

Give yourself time to get to know your new Glock before going crazy and changing things. Buy a case of ammo, get a new belt and holster, or maybe a nice set of, 'Big Dot' Tritium Express sights. THAT should do it for ya for a while.
 
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Im starting to like the way you think sometimes Pistolero. My 43 is stock besides the Edge and Big Dots and I buy lots of cases of ammo.
 

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Welcome aboard...and congrats on the new Glock 43 single-stack 9mm pistol...I'm sure it will serve you well!

Suggestion: Keep it simple for a bit....shoot it a while...then decide which, if any, changes you want to make on it!

Just my experience...unless there's some specific 'adaptation' that I know will need to happen (ex: grip reduction for my small hands) I tend to let the designers set the parameters for what works best...although I understand that is not always the case with some of the aftermarket parts and accessories.
 

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Pistorelo I was thinking about changing my trigger, then decided I just needed more range time. I am going to get a new sight. Still looking.
 

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Mammie, just so you know: Ghost's new, 'Edge' connector makes a BIG IMPROVEMENT in a 43's trigger - OK! ;)

(The only caveat is that it's necessary for you to always carry your Glock Model 43 in a secure holster that completely covers the trigger guard; and, for whatever it's worth, I carry all of my Glock pistols in C-3; but that's how I was originally trained to carry pistols like a Glock; and, so far, I've had good success with it.)
 

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I agree with the Edge on the 43. I had gotten away from all connectors and aftermarket triggers in my Glocks but with the 43s slightly heavier trigger I find the Edge brings it back very close to the factory triggers in my 19s and 17.
 
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