Faxon Firearms just released its latest accessory component, one aimed squarely at the concealed carry market. New Faxon Match-Series Barrels now offer fits for Glock G43 and G43X pistols.
Faxon Match-Series Barrels for Glock G43
The Cincinnati-based Faxon Firearms remains incredibly active releasing new components. In March, Faxon debuted Match-Series Barrels for S&W M&P Shield pistols. Then just last month, the company released Rimfire 10/22 Barrels to the public.
“This year we are making a big push to expand both our pistol barrel and pistol part and accessories lines,” said Jay Wilson, Director of Product Management, Faxon Firearms. “We released M&P Shield barrels last month, G43 is just releasing, and keep your eye out soon for another single-stack offering. After that, expect some exciting new accessories and different pistol platform barrel offerings. We’ve brought a lot of new machines and equipment online over the past couple of months, which will allow us to really push into these segments.”
Faxon makes all of its Match-Series pistol barrels for the Glock G43 and G43X, machined in-house. It utilizes 416-R stainless steel in the production. Faxon then gives a black Nitride or PVD coating, increasing lubricity, barrel life and resistance to surface wear. All barrels feature conventional rifling, allowing a wider range of ammunition use, including cast lead, according to Faxon. The barrels drop into factory-spec slide with no gunsmithing required. The system delivers better-than-factory tolerances for a consistent, tight lockup.
After a trigger job, few components improve inherent accuracy quite like a match-grade barrel. The Match-Series Barrels for Glock G43 and G43X pistol retail from $175-$205. For even more info, please visit faxonfirearms.com.
Faxon G43 Barrel Specs
- Handgun Type: Glock G43/43X 9mm
- Caliber: 9mm
- Barrel Material: Stress Relieved 416-R Stainless Steel
- Barrel Twist: 1:10
- Muzzle Thread: ½-28 TPI
- Crown: 11-degree Target Crown
- Rifling Type: Conventional
- Finish: Nitride or PVD
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