Great point. Shot the crap out of my G43 for 2 years or so before buying a G19 recently. I thought, a Glock is a Glock, so however well I can shoot the 43, I should be able to shoot the 19 better...I cannot speak to the interesting G48/G43X, because of my (mainly magazine,) investment in the original G43.
Something to think about on switching back and forth on the differerent Glock platforms is that small variances in grip can sneak up to bite you. If you don't stay in tune with both platforms, your consistant accuracy can go away.
I shot a season of steel matches with the G43 and called that my handgun practice overall, only shooting PCC otherwise. End of the year, I drug out the G34 for a USPSA match. Shot terrible with the bigger gun.
Luckily I "relearned" by the end of the match, but the first 100 rounds were not up to standard. In a self defense situation, that could have been problematic.
I recently picked up a slightly used Glock 48 9mm pistol and I finally got to shoot it this past weekend!
I actually like it...it's accurate, the grip is more than comfortable in my (somewhat) smaller hands, and the 10+1 magazines are sufficient for what I need!
Thoughts from others who have one... like... dislike... anything you would like to see improved on it, etc
True...every platform has it's plus's and minus's...and knowing what each one is and how it can affect what you do is important knowledge to learn and have before it might be needed! Understanding that that knowledge can take sometimes take time to acquire...Every platform is a compromise.