During this range session, each press of the trigger was SLOW and DELIBERATE, which was very unlike my initial range session with this pistol. I also experimented with different ways for me to grip this skinny little handgun; some ideas / methods work better than others. I will not be practicing any one-handed shooting until I arrive at my desired two-handed skill level. This entire range session was with the flush-fit magazine, which I find more difficult to use than the magazine with the pinky-extender.
I have not yet hit my comfort level with this handgun so my decision is still pending whether to use it for concealed carry. Any pocket carry that I would do with this pistol would be with the flush-fit magazine. Other carry methods likely would be with the pinky-extender mag.
This idea was patented by Larry Seecamp back in the 1980s and is used by almost every manufacturer that makes small, powerful handguns.
90-rounds on 4/28/15 (60 of them +P)
33-rounds 5/5/15 (3 of them +P)
I suffered my first operator induced Glock 43 pistol malfunction during this range session; I had my thumb tight against the slide-stop during one string of fire; the slide did not lock open when the mag went empty.