POTD: G-Plated Glock 43X – Reptilia Corp

Eric B
by Eric B

Photo Of The Day and let’s take a look at the Glock 43X and the Sig ROMEO Zero Elite in a marriage through Reptilia Corp‘s G-Plate. My history with my Glock 43 didn’t last too long. For sure it’s very compact, but I live in a country where carrying a firearm is not permitted unless it’s a very specific case (read: impossible). Also, the amount of handguns I’m allowed to own is limited, so I found something with a more competitive edge to replace it. I still miss it though, and I would have loved to try it with a red dot. So when I found these images, I thought they had to be shared.

Here’s Reptilia Corp’s description:
Exciting news for Glock 43 and Sig ROMEOZero Elite users! We are thrilled to introduce an exclusive contract over-run of our G-Plate, specifically designed to enhance your shooting experience without the need for any slide modifications.⁣⁣
Our G-Plate enables the seamless mounting of the Sig ROMEOZero ELITE optic atop your Glock 43, creating an optimal setup for low visibility environments. This unique product replaces the rear sight, fitting perfectly into the Glock slide’s dovetail. What’s more, it features an integrated “front” sight post that works in tandem with the ROMEO Zero ELITE’s rear backup sight, ensuring you always have fixed/backup sights when needed.⁣⁣
•Precision machined from billet 17-4 Stainless Steel for unparalleled durability.⁣⁣
•Finished with FNC (Nitride) for the ultimate in corrosion resistance.⁣⁣
•Weighs just 24 grams, adding minimal weight to your setup.⁣⁣
•Includes a nylok patched Stainless Steel set screw for enhanced security.⁣⁣
•Compatible with other Glock models thanks to the universal dovetail cut profile.⁣⁣
Proudly made in the USA, guaranteeing top-quality craftsmanship.
The price for the G-Plate is $159.95, and to save those who are interested some time here’s a direct link.

Eric B
Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with a European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatics, optics, thermals and suppressors. TCCC Certified. Occasionaly seen in a 6x6 Bug Out Vehicle, always with a big smile.

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  • Harald Mustafah Harald Mustafah on Mar 19, 2024

    You have to go to some trouble in order to wind up with a non-MOS slide on a railed 43x frame.

  • Rjp Rjp on Mar 19, 2024

    I think a stripped cut 43x slide is like 200 bucks? ( Fully built and populated if you don't mind it saying PSA and dagger micro).

    This is gonna be a hard sell me thinks.