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Old 06-09-2012, 04:36 AM   #1
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Default Glock 35 owners?

Just seeing if there are any Glock 35 owners on this forum. I would like to see pics and any advice on any mods that you would recommend. I love my G35!!!

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None here. How's that working out for you?

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None here. How's that working out for you?
It's working out great!!! What about you?
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Funny...I just bought one myself....and then today I bought the M&P counterpart. Saved up my money and both are really pretty affordable for what you are buying imo.

Haven't put many rounds down range...both seem to shoot really well. So far, I like the M&P's trigger a little better, but it is early. I have to say that I am not dissappointed at all with either gun and I will look forward to many years of shooting with both...btw, first .40 SW I bought and the recoil/accuracy of both guns is quite good.

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My new Glock...bought it last week...first one I have owned

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I've carried the 35 for years and love it. The only mod I've done to it is put on night sights. The only downside to being a 35 owner is there aren't a lot of holsters to choose from out there.

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I've carried the 35 for years and love it. The only mod I've done to it is put on night sights. The only downside to being a 35 owner is there aren't a lot of holsters to choose from out there.
I was told to use the holsters for the G22 and it works. I have the Blackhawk serpa OWB and the N82 pro tactical IWB! Both are awesome holsters. What night sights did you get?
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I use trijicon tritium night sights on my glock. If you can find them I highly recommend the tritium/fiber optic combo sights.
Anyway you can get night sights here.
http://www.opticsplanet.com/s/glock+35+night+sights/

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I use trijicon tritium night sights on my glock. If you can find them I highly recommend the tritium/fiber optic combo sights.
Anyway you can get night sights here.
http://www.opticsplanet.com/s/glock+35+night+sights/
Is the fiber optic front sight that much better than the standard front dot sight?
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I put TFO green dots on my G17. Made a huge difference, very bright and visible. Easily lines up to target. Only down side would be the larger size they are...

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