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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Kyle M., Jun 11, 2012.
Well I'm at my LGS as I type this waiting on the NICS check for my brand new G35.
congrats. what ammo are you gonna carry?
I just bought it for a range gun, I dont have my CCW yet. Im going to shoot some american eagle, and blazer brass to build up some brass then load my own.
Congrats and I hope that check gets there soon!
Yep it did I'm at home with it right now
Do an office pop before you take it to the range.
I thought it was a desk pop
Congrats on a Great Glock ! SJ 40
Ok so I noticed earlier this is the first glock I've seen that isn't stamped austria on the frame the only frame markings are glock inc. smyrna ga. with us patents at the bottom of the grip. I know they've been making glocks in the u.s. for a couple of years for export but could this be a u.s frame with austrian upper and internals? The slide is the only thing marked austria.
I love the G35. It'll serve you well as a pistol for the range.
i believe the only thing that was ever marked austria was the slide. ill check mine but i think urs is normal.
Maybe its just a g35 thing, the g34 they had was marked austria on the frame.
From what I can find it seems that the single line identification marks with the lack of austria indicate a U.S. made frame. Hmm now how long will it be before we see completely made in the U.S. glocks, not that I really care where it was made.
I plan to take my G35 out to the range tonight, provided I can find some ammo. My LGS is closed until saturday due to the owner and sole employ hunting prairie dogs in SD, the only other thing without me driving 30+ miles is walmart hopefully they'll have winchester white box or something comparable.
no no no no no... It's called a Show Pop!
I have a feeling you would get some funny looks for that.
the frame is American made in Smyrna Ga. most large frames for 17, 22, 34, 35 and 31 are made here for US market.