TBRCi Glock 43 Micro Comp

$89.00 $69.00

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Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

*Glock 43 Comps are currently at our anodizer and will ship as soon as they arrive”

Shoot faster and flatter with the TBRC Micro Comp!

NO weird thread pitches, NO proprietary barrels. Use what you’ve got!
We took our ever popular Glock Micro Comp and sized it down specifically to fit the Glock 43. Because it is the same width as the 43 it will fit in most Glock 43 holsters. The TBRC Glock Micro Comp is threaded in the standard 1/2×28 thread pitch. Comp mitigates recoil and the “snap” that is so well known to Glock 43 shooters. Glock 43 Micro Comp has a beveled front face to aid in holstering and material added to the rear face to help close up the gap on barrels with longer threads and shoulders.

Check out the article on Primary & Secondary about our G43 Micro Comp

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Description

 TBRC Glock 43 Micro Comp / Compensator For Glock 43 – 9mm

Shoot faster and flatter with the TBRC Glock 43 Micro Comp!

NO weird thread pitches, NO proprietary barrels. Use the threaded barrel  you’ve got!

We took our ever popular Glock Micro Comp and sized it down specifically to fit the size and shape of the Glock 43. Because it is the same width and profile as the 43’s slide it will fit in most Glock 43 holsters. The TBRC Glock Micro Comp is threaded in the standard 1/2×28 thread pitch. By directing expanding  gases upwards our comp mitigates recoil, muzzle rise and the “snap” that is so well known to Glock 43 shooters. Glock 43 Micro Comp has a beveled front face to aid in holstering and material added to the rear face to help close up the gap on barrels with longer threads and shoulders. This comp really changes the dynamics of the Glock 43 and in our opinion, greatly improves the shootability of the micro pistol. Check out the article on Primary & Secondary about our G43 Micro Comp and the benefit it provides.

Just like our Billet Receiver Sets and our AMR Handguards, all of our comps are machined right here in Shiner, TX from AMERICAN MADE Billet 7075-T6 Aluminum and finished just up the road in Type III Hard Coat Anodizing. We believe strongly in supporting local and American industries. No cheap aluminum or steel for TBRC. All our material is certified made in the U.S.A. and our Type III anodizing is the best in the business.

This comp is to be installed with red loctite only. There are no set screws involved with installation of the Glock 43 comp due to the size of available threaded barrels.

Weight: 0.7oz

Size: .86″ x 1.14″ x .78″

Additional information

Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 4 x 4 x 2 in

2 reviews for TBRCi Glock 43 Micro Comp

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Took the plunge and couldn’t be happier. Paired with the silencer Co barrel the comp snugged up right against the slide, great fitment. I skipped past threaded locker and jb welded the comp on for “permanent” attachment. Worked great at the range and did flatten out the recoil.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I didn’t know if it would work or not but I already liked the aesthetics so if it DID work it would be a huge bonus for me. I purchased a SilencerCo threaded barrel after seeing reviews and reading that people said it gave a good flush fit, which is what I wanted. They were right on about it. This comp fits extremely close to the slide without hitting it. You can only notice a *tiny* gap if you put light behind it. It’s a minuscule gap. Perfect. Snap negation? It’s real. To remove my bias from spending money I gave it the Wife test. She has arthritis in her hands and while not recoil sensitive, she cannot stand the snap of my 43. She went through 5 magazines with it and simply told me that it felt like 70-80% of the snap was gone. Not the recoil* but the actual muzzle rise of the pistol was softened. I’ll be conservative and say it felt like it took 50% of the flip out for me. Well worth it if you already have a threaded barrel. A good buy if you are planning on getting a threaded barrel. I used Blue Loctite while testing it out but now that I know it’s staying, I’m going to swap to red Loctite.

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