GLOCK 22 vs. 35

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by onemangang, Mar 21, 2007.

  1. onemangang

    onemangang

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    I am wanting to put together a uspsa limited gin. I currently shoot a 17 in production.
    How would a 22 with a 3.5 connector with extended slide and mag release compare to a 35? I see some benefit in basically shooting the exact same gun I shoot in production.
    Other than sight radius will there be any difference?
     
  2. bruce282

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    Easier to make major PF with the longer barrel, less recoil with more weight in the front of the slide perhaps.

    I know my G34 kicks less and gets back on target faster than my G17 with the same factory hardball.


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  3. B Coyote

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    The G35 would allow for an extended tungsten guide rod.

    IIRC, Sevigny uses one in his Limited G35.

    bc
     
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    I don't suggest putting an extended slide stop/release in the gun. With a good thumbs forward competition grip, it is easy enough to bump into that extended part during recoil...always at the wrong time. ;)
     
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    SInce I carry a G22 for duty and play with a G35, I'd toss my hat the G35 way. Same grip, no real muzzle weight difference in my hands but the sight radius is a help.