No, the Glock 42 sights will not fit the Glock 43. The Glock 43 has a different sight mounting system than the Glock 42. The Trijicon Glock 42 sights will not fit the Glock 43. The Glock 43 is a newer model and the sights are not compatible.
Let’s read Some FAQs
1. Will Glock 19 sights fit a Glock 43?
The Glock 19 sights will technically fit the 43X, but most of them will likely hang out on the sides of the slide. The front sights are 100% interchangeable as long as you have the proper sight height.
2. Can you put sights on a Glock 43?
The rear sight dovetail is the same size, so all Glock rear sights will fit the G43. However, they will be wider than the single-stack pistol’s slide. So, if you are looking to get a properly fitted set of sights for your pistol, it is best to go with those made for the G42/43 models.
3. Do all Glock sights fit the same?
EVERY Glock, including Gen 5, 19X, etc. all use the same front and rear sights.
The Trijicon Glock 42 sights will not fit the Glock 43. The Glock 43 is a newer model and the sights are not compatible.
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