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Glock G 35 Pistol

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by jmy, Sep 6, 2002.

  1. jmy

    jmy Still Alive Lifetime Member

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    I just got a GLOCK G 35 pistol.Has anyone had any experience with this gun?Any comments and feedbacks?How accurate and reliable is the GLOCK G 35?Any suggestions on what aftermarket parts(SIGHTS,BARREL,GUIDE RODS,MAG EXTENTIONS,GRIPS,ETC.),and lastly,an OWD HOLSTER(KYDEX)?I am,also,thinking or getting a GLOCK G 23 pistol for carry.What do you think?
    THANKS.
     
  2. REFLEX

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    For holsters, i like Sidearmor. As for mods, I personally use an Agrip, Wolff guiderod, and Meprolight nightsites. An aftermarket barrel is nice for shooting reloads, lead, and better accuracy.

    Getting a G23 would also make it a lot easier to conceal than the G35.
     

  3. TLHelmer

    TLHelmer Millennium Member

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    I bought mine in 1998 or 1999. It is a great gun and my favorite overall. I use it as my primary home defense weapon.

    It is both accurate and reliable.

    I replaced the sights with Trijicon night sights.

    I use a Galco paddle holter for range and carry.
     
  4. 40loader

    40loader IPSC Shooter

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    I use mine for Production Class USPSA competition and it kicks butt. The holster I settled on is a Fobus Roto belt holster and it seems to work great. This gun is very accurate and with a little polishing has a nice trigger pull. I have not had a malfunction after over 3,000 rounds and do not expect one.
     
  5. Squadman

    Squadman CRUNCH CuTTER

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    I bought mine a couple of months ago, it reside in a Blade-tech OWB vertical holster and a crossdraw Uncle Mikes, it also fits in my Galco Jackass shoulder holster. Out of the box, it was the easiest to shoot. 500 rounds no hiccup. You will love it.