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Glock 35's where are you?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Newfman, May 23, 2012.

  1. Newfman

    Newfman

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    Anyone have any G35 porn. Tried looking all over the site but can't find any. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. wacopolumbo

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    Here is one I picked up in a trade last weekend. It has Henie night nights. Right now, I have a 357 Sig barrel in it though...

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  3. HK Dan

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    Here is my old Limited gun from USPSA, because nothing feels as good as beating a guy with a $3500 STI with your $599 Glock, unless the GLOCK is painted up like Bozo's water pistol...heh heh heh
     

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    It's nice to have 3 calibers in one gun.

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  5. ChrisJn

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    Pachmyer tactical grip, extended slide stop lever, extended mag release. Now has Hi-Viz greenfiber optic sights
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  6. rjinaz85308

    rjinaz85308 Desert Dweller

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    Here's my G34 which looks about the same

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    :cool:, that was a nice paint job







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  10. Newfman

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    Thanks for the Pics Everyone. Have a good deal on either a Gen 3 or 4. The Gen for Glock night sights. Which one should I go for and why?
     
  11. rjinaz85308

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    Mine is strictly a plinker, so I don't need night sights. Depends on the intended use.
     
  12. Newfman

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    Well I intenten to use it as a range gun mostly. Don't know if I'll carry it or not. All depends how much I like it I guess. Carry the G23 now can't imagine carrying that unless I'm wearing a jacket or something.

    Are there still Gen 4 issues? Or should I get the Gen 3 instead?
     
  13. JBP55

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    I prefer the Gen 4.
     
  14. Breadman03

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    I would handle both and see which fits you better. My Gen 3 has the Heinie/Sevigny sights, and is currently residing in my CBST. Remember, the 35 is almost identical in size to a GI 1911.
     
  15. Newfman

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    Breadman: Did you put those sights on yourself?

    The Gen 3 that I can get has Factory Glock sights and the Gen 4 has Glock Night sights.
    The price between the two isn't that big of a difference. What are your thoughts on which one I should choose.
     
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    I prefer the grip of the Gen4 but I would like it if someone could figure out how to make a heavy magwell that was compatable with the backstraps :whistling: If/when that happens, I'll like the Gen4 over the Gen3.
     
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    I didn't put them on, but it should be easy. My front sight uses a nut that can be accessed easily from the bottom when disassembled. The rear sight has a set screw that I assume makes it east to drift out.

    I bought the gun used, already set up mostly how I want it. The only things I'm interested in are conversion barrels for 9mm and .357Sig, and maybe a spendy trigger like the Fulcrum.
     
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    Is that a 30 round magazine for the 35? I have been looking but can't find and Glock 40 cal 30rnd mags. If so where did you get it?
     
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    Stippled Glock 35 with Sevigny sights
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    Rear sight with set screw
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    Sorry it is so blurry as I'm using my iPad. This is the view from under the front sight. You can see the nut used to secure the front sight.
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    I don't believe they make a 30 round mag for the .40's. I believe the .40 happy stick is 22 rounds.

    Here is a link to Glockmeister's site.

    ETA-I zoomed in on the picture and it appears you are right. The mag has .40 stamped on it and holes marked up to 30. Interesting.
     
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