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Discussion in 'General Competition' started by sully015, Mar 29, 2012.


  1. sully015

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    Ladies and Gentlemen;

    May I present for your comments and drooling.....My new Glock 35 Gen 4. I have customized it with the following additions;

    ZevTech Magwell
    ZevTech Fulcrum Trigger
    ZevTech Skeletonized Striker
    Competition Spring Kit
    ZevTech V4 Race Connector
    TruGlo Fibre Optic Sights
    Tungsten Guide Rod
    Dawson Precision EZEE OFF Basepads

    I'm guessing the trigger pull is around 2.5 lbs. There is zero take up and a nice quick reset. It shoots phenomenal with the factory barrel. Easily my favorite pistol that I have owned.

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  2. ithaca_deerslayer

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    What kind of groups can it do at 25 yards? :)

    2.5 pound trigger. That's the kind where you just think "shoot" and the gun does it on its own, correct? Combined with smart bullets, that self-guide to the target area.

    Sure looks purty. I love the G4 grip.
     

  3. sully015

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    First time to the range.....1st four round slow, aimed fire = one hole looking like a cloverleaf @ 10 meters. For shiggles I blast off the remaining 6 in the mag as fast as I can pull the trigger.....all 10 rounds in the a-zone.:supergrin::supergrin: Next I take the target out to 25 meters....slow, aimed fire, forearms resting on bench = 2" group.:supergrin::supergrin: I decide to try the same unsupported and the group opens up to 4".:supergrin::supergrin: and still all a-zone hits.

    Very accurate.
     
  4. ithaca_deerslayer

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    Sounds like a keeper!
     
  5. 125K9

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    Sure are cute little sights. Will the pistol balance itself with that odd looking magwell?
     
  6. TSAX

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    Very nice set up :cool:








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  7. ca survivor

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    with all those mods, you are not in Standard Division, I'm thinking limited
     
  8. sully015

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    I should also mention, I'm from Canada. We don't have Limited Division. Our IPSC only has Production, Standard, Open, and Classic Divisions. Everything has to revolve around our silly magazine capacity laws (10 max).
     
  9. TSAX

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    One of the down sides to some states here as well. :supergrin:







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  10. HK Dan

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    The guys who think an 8" group at 25 yards is great shooting need to shoot a competition G35, don't they? I just sold mine (at a hefty profit). I loved that gun, and it took me to Master class, but I'm done with USPSA.

    Hey--do ya want a CR Speed holster, belt, and Safarioland Mag pouches? LOL
     
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