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Well, what do you think?
Based on these facts it looks pretty squared away. It depends if you are using it for home defense or concealed carry or neither. I would go with something a bit less chunky. Glock slides are 1" wide at least. I admire glocks but the slide width is something to get used to. Now don't get me wrong, they are awesome guns!
 

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Well, what do you think?
I actually carry the G35 and love it!!! I haven't change a thing except put a Hogue rubber grip around it. I do not shoot competition with it. Once I saw it at the gun show, I wanted it and bought it the next day!!!:D I would love to buy the matching twin to my G35!!;)
 

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I have a 34 and a 35. Love them. Accurate and fun to shoot.

The 35 doubles as my home defense gun. Both are too large to carry, IMHO. Though I guess they work for some.
 

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I just picked up a 34 earlier this month. I've only shot about 30 rds through it. Its too damn cold out and I can't find 9mm ammo to tinker with. I got it thinking of doing some IDPA type stuff...but if ammo doesn't come back like it was it might be on hold for awhile

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Based on these facts it looks pretty squared away. It depends if you are using it for home defense or concealed carry or neither. I would go with something a bit less chunky. Glock slides are 1" wide at least. I admire glocks but the slide width is something to get used to. Now don't get me wrong, they are awesome guns!
As opposed to what double stack gun?


The 34 is a great game gun. That's what it was designed for. Slide width means squat
 
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