Blue Label 35 with 5.5 lb. trigger

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  1. twisty

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    I bought a blue label glock 35 from buds a while back. I use a Beretta 92 for job related things, but I just wanted the 35 to play with. Anyway, this 35 has a 5.5 pound trigger in it. Says so on the box and sure as heck feels like it when you pull the trigger. Anyone else with a blue label glock 35 have a heavier trigger? I was under the impression that most of the 35's came with the 3.5 pound trigger in them. I have a 3.5 pound trigger in my 23, and the 35 feels even heavier than my standard glock 22.
     
  2. MarcDW

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    Well, blue label is for LE so they have the 5.5 lbs trigger for liability reasons.
    Buy one form Lone Wolf no big deal.
     

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    I have a Blue Label Gen.4 G34 and it also has a 5.5 pound trigger. I was told that the Blue Label G34/35 do not have the standard 3.5 pound trigger and they do not have adjustable rear sights. I'm sure I will be corrected here in a few.
     
  5. JBP55

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    They come with the 5.5# trigger and standard sights unless ordered otherwise.
     
  6. Duck of Death

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    I've ordered 3 from Glock Inc they come w/4.5, 5 or 8. Your choice.

    I ordered mine w/4.5 connectors.
     
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    Thank goodness I was right about one thing.
     
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    Yep, and they can be ordered w/adj. sights.;)
     
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  9. twisty

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    It does actually have adjustable sights on it from the factory. Not exactly worth having as they look exactly like the standard sights and are plastic, but oh well.
     
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    Read the posts above, adjustable sights are not standard equipment. They are a worthless $27 option.
     
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    Congrats on the G35!:cool:
     
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    gotta love the 35. best Glock evar!~
     
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    I did read the posts above, I know they are worthless, it is a brand new gun that came with them, thank you for contributing.
     
  14. Beanie-Bean

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    twisty,

    Check the blue label on the box it came in. Yours might have something like FIXED 5.5LB on it, indicating the sight type and trigger connector installed.

    I just checked my G34 red label, and it has ADJ 4.5LB printed on it.