I never quite understood the point of that sort of thing. I guess it's just a fun experiment.
If someone used this experiment on ten G43s versus say ten Shields and compared the results then there might be something to pay attention to rather than to be entertained.Does anybody care?
Yeah, I'm not sure how the test was considered such a success... :dunno:The G43 had four failures in 105 rounds (two misfeeds, two failures to fire). A staggering 3.8% failure rate (but labeled a success!), and they say they have not cleaned it and are going to use it as a carry gun. Hey! Have fun!
Ha! Toss in some lime juice, tequila, and salt with the ice, and then you REALLY have something!*I think that the block of ice would double the retail value of the Hi-Point.
I agree with your statement. I own a G-43, but like the G-26 better, the capacity and the ability to use a G-19 mag for a reload works well for me. Plus, I noticed that the G-26 carries and draws better in my front pocket, I think, FOR ME, it's the thickness. I also realized that my S&W 642 rotary single-stack carries better in my summer shorts than the G-43 (now my response is very subjective YMMV)... :smoking:I just do not understand all of the fuss over the G43. The bigger, the better, I say.