Gear: Glock 35


Glock 35

Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: MSRP $679.00
Average Rating:
(46 Votes)

With its extended barrel and extended line of sight, the GLOCK 35 allows accurate hit patterns even with rapid firing. This has resulted in widespread distribution of the GLOCK 35 among the practical shooting community.

Member Reviews

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    HonorCourage23, Tue, 24 Apr 2007 09:39:26 UTC.
    1st review

    Its an awseome gun. Shoots very well. I had a Glock 22 and the 35 shoots alot better and the longer barrel helps.

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    bigD, Sun, 08 Jul 2007 00:51:23 UTC.

    Solid...puts me at a 120 on the POST course every time and allows me to turn in a qualifying score on the BULLSEYE course as well. Smooth as it!

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    LSpiveyA24, Sun, 22 Jul 2007 03:05:20 UTC.

    This gun is awesome no doubt about it, but I am having difficulty finding dealers with holsters in stock for this weapon. I need a Safariland 6280 right hand basketweave finish that accomodates a TLR-1 light. Any help on locating this holster would be greatly appreciated.

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    ACSO70, Sun, 29 Jul 2007 21:57:19 UTC.

    Great weapon. Our agency transitioned to this about two years ago from the Colt 1991A1. A lot of the guys complained about the switch. No real gripes about the glock, just "It's not a colt".

    Out of 50 plus weapons the only mechanical issue has been two magazines that needed repair.

    I loved my colt, it shot to point of aim out of the box, never had any mechanical issues, but it could be finicky about ammo. The rest of our Colts often needed work to correct sight alinement or feeding issues. Once they were fine tuned they were excellent weapons.

    The G35 however is a different story. I haven't seen one in our inventory yet that wouldn't shoot to point of aim. They have fed all the ammo we have tried, and they won't break the budget. Not that cost should be the concern, but we all are at the mercy of the bean counters.

    For the most part shooting scores improved and the officer maintanence on the Glock is greatly reduced. We tested the G22 and the G35, the recoil from the 22 was more of a torqueing or twisting, but the 35 had more of a "push back" recoil like the colt. 35 was easier to control in rapid strings. Physically almost same size as colt, 1/8" longer and a little thicker.

    All in all the G35 has been good for us, local PD's issue same weapon. Great gun, accessories market is just catching up with it though.

    Only gets 4.5 stars because nothing is perfect.

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    Stalker975, Sun, 12 Aug 2007 12:13:08 UTC.

    We at the Kentucky State Police changed over to these from the SW 10mm. These guns are so much easier to use, clean and shoot. The gun is very light and is one of the best guns I have shot other than my Glock 27 back up.

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    DetSgtDarryl, Thu, 06 Sep 2007 02:12:12 UTC.

    The MSRP is a lot lower for cops with proof of sworn duty. I bought this one w/night sights for 550.00 new

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    osu5o, Mon, 10 Sep 2007 02:23:39 UTC.

    very accurate, shoots great, I cary one on duty

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    bighead, Tue, 11 Sep 2007 08:52:57 UTC.

    While this gun was initially marketed as a competition gun, I see it as the thinking man's duty gun. The G35 is a model 22 with 7/10 inch longer barrel and slide. The top of the slide is milled out for balance (this gun is not ported).

    The longer barrel means two things. Improved sight radius and improved ballistics. While admittedly these are not huge gains in either area, when it comes to pistols I'll take any advantage increase I can get.

    The G35 also comes from the factory with 3.5 lb connector, extended slide stop, and extended magazine release. I don't care for the extended magazine release, and neither does a State Trooper friend of mine who carries the G35. We have both replaced ours with the factory mag button. The extened slide stop is a piece that I think should replace the original on all Glock firearms. The 3.5 lb connector is a matter of taste, and I don't think that it is any less safe than the 5.5 lb, as long as your brain is engaged.

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    Uncle_Ted, Fri, 02 Nov 2007 14:02:57 UTC.

    My department started issuing this weapon about 5 years ago. Several officers complained about the extra length and said it was not conducive for patrol use because of the slightly larger holster it requires. It is only marginally longer than a 1911 Colt. On the flip side, several officers also really like this model, including me. Our qualifying scores went up significantly at the range. This can be attributed to the longer sight radius. The increased accuracy of this weapon over a Glock 22 totally justifies any slight inconvenience of it's larger size. I highly recommend the Glock 35.

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    Scurge, Mon, 26 Nov 2007 23:23:29 UTC.

    I carried one on patrol for a while and loved it. I quickly replaced the factory sights w/ MMC adj sights. Glock factory adj sights aren't worth the material they are made out of. I also replaced the slide stop and extended mag release with the non-extended parts.

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    Laseraim, Tue, 27 Nov 2007 01:27:58 UTC.

    This is the best Glock available IMO. Shoots amazingly accurate and very controllable.

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    mavrick207, Fri, 29 Feb 2008 03:55:37 UTC.

    I sent my 35 to Robar and had the grip reduction, and NP3 on the moving parts as well as the slide. Sweet looking piece. Shoots like, well lets say its a tack driver. Beautiful gun.

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    KSP494, Wed, 12 Mar 2008 02:38:18 UTC.

    It's my issued primary (Glock 27 back-up) Wouldn't trade it for anything but it does get hung up the seat belt buckle and my holster gets roughed up. Has been affectionately referred to as the Virginia Slim. I would recommend it highly. A poor shooter will shoot well with this weapon.

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    wdawson, Wed, 19 Mar 2008 14:24:43 UTC.

    This is our department issue weapon. I believe this weapon is not practical for every day patrol. It may do great things for you at the range, but the long barrel is no help for the streets.

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    Anonymous, Wed, 26 Mar 2008 09:31:43 UTC.

    Great accuracy, a little too long for an off-duty weapon

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    bpritch654, Wed, 09 Apr 2008 04:46:05 UTC.

    I love the accuracy of this longer slide. I used one on my last qualification for the state. every round but one was in the 10. one in 9 ring oh well. Then get issued a 226 9mm . ah the joys of working for a gov agency.

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    COPaPLEA13, Tue, 13 May 2008 20:31:21 UTC.


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    Shrek097, Sun, 25 May 2008 03:24:49 UTC.

    After trading my Model 22 with a Sgt who is all that have these at our Dept I'll never go back. Much more accurate and even though it is longer out of the holster it deffintely out shoots the Glock 22 any day.

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    daltongang23, Fri, 01 Aug 2008 17:09:24 UTC.

    This pistol is great, it is a little long but the results are dead on. Very balanced and the trigger is smooth.

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    Anonymous, Sat, 09 Aug 2008 08:56:53 UTC.

    This weapon is out f_____g standing. I shall call her squishy and she will be mine

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    kvbuckaroo, Sat, 16 Aug 2008 21:21:48 UTC.

    I had this gun while on the swat team shoots. great feels good in my hand 2 thumbs up!!!

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    Anonymous, Mon, 08 Sep 2008 09:53:35 UTC.

    I have carried this gun on Duty for 12 years, Goes bang every time, no complaints! And as far as Glocks go, its a tack driver.

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    RPD916, Tue, 16 Sep 2008 01:33:47 UTC.

    Fine weapon!

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    abcdef123456, Sun, 05 Oct 2008 07:32:16 UTC.

    Like any other glock product that I have owned over the years never had a problem with this weapon. This is the Glock that my Department issues an on-duty weapon.

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    jim_sb, Fri, 28 Nov 2008 01:16:25 UTC.

    the timex of handguns. takes a licking and keeps on ticking!

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    steveww11, Tue, 09 Dec 2008 21:25:25 UTC.

    This is a great combat gun but is a little big for a duty gun.

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    Juls1257, Fri, 26 Dec 2008 05:09:01 UTC.

    I was very impressed the first time I shot this pistol. I now proudly carry it as my primary service weapon.

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    Anonymous, Fri, 26 Dec 2008 07:43:17 UTC.

    Best firearm to have on and off duty.

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    SOARTMAR, Wed, 31 Dec 2008 18:03:07 UTC.

    Excellent weapon! Like having a pocket carbine in your holster! Accurate and reliable, it has been my primary duty gun for several years now.

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    blalock, Mon, 19 Jan 2009 02:05:11 UTC.

    I carry this Glock with a crimson trace lazor and a streamlight m-3 light this is my every day carry and my swat carry pistol good all around pistol for all pistons in law enforcement

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    MP247, Fri, 03 Apr 2009 06:48:26 UTC.

    Our patrol officers carry the Glock 22. This was my primary weapon until about a year ago when the SWAT Team switched to the Glock 35. Our Chief and our team leader allowed for the team members to carry the weapon while on patrol. Benifits: easy trigger reset, lighter trigger pull, more accurate at distance, and softer recoil, Disadvantage: huge holster that usualy hits when getting in patrol car

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    Deaton443, Sat, 04 Apr 2009 14:14:55 UTC.

    Great shooting gun

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    jlb975, Fri, 17 Apr 2009 15:00:23 UTC.

    Great shooting weapon. Hi-cap. is very nice. Nice size and weight. Price is a little steep......but not bad for what you get.

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    OfficerFoster, Fri, 17 Apr 2009 15:33:19 UTC.

    Wonderful product to have in stock. I've used plenty times.With a longer barrel and more room for ammo this gun is unstoppable.

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    JKNKY, Tue, 12 May 2009 14:33:50 UTC.

    I love my 35 with its longer sight plain. Mine is set up with night sights, huge Glock fan on duty and off

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    bladecop, Tue, 12 May 2009 22:02:16 UTC.

    Glock is the most reliable and dependable duty weapon available. The Glock 35 is an OUTSTANDING weapon out of the box. I "upgraded" my Glock by dropping in a KKM precision .357sig barrel. Like the .357sig round better. It is a hotter round with better penetration than the .40 cal.

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    stops, Mon, 01 Jun 2009 04:17:03 UTC.

    This is by far my favorite Glock.

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    VAPD1433, Sun, 09 Aug 2009 11:36:35 UTC.

    Great shooting, even by glock standards. Very accurate.

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    officer_gu3, Wed, 19 Aug 2009 17:05:49 UTC.

    Great gun

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    Templar_Knight, Sat, 24 Oct 2009 02:06:09 UTC.

    Excellent Duyt Weapon

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    elli5742, Mon, 09 Nov 2009 22:11:29 UTC.

    I love my Glock.

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    lsp2258, Mon, 23 Nov 2009 04:39:35 UTC.

    This is the best weapon I've carried in 17 years of service. It shoots smooth very reliable. I would not carry anything but a Glock 35.

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    JohnEady, Mon, 23 Nov 2009 07:28:57 UTC.

    I carry this weapon as my duty weapon with the model 27 as a back up. I shoot a perfect score with this weapon. It has a smooth recoil with the tac light and a better balance. To avoid feed jams, just change the mag springs out to the twelve coil springs, if you use the tac light.

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    lawgirl24, Wed, 20 Jan 2010 15:31:21 UTC.

    oh man this is nice

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    ppd_308, Fri, 02 Jul 2010 06:41:24 UTC.

    If you like the full size Glocks you'll like the 35. It's hard to get use to clearing the holster on this model because the slide is so long but it definitely makes up for that in accuracy. When I switch from the Glock 22 to the Glock 35 I thought that it was to much gun but through training I now prefer it to the 22.

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    cbutler1971, Tue, 02 Nov 2010 01:28:45 UTC.

    This has been my duty weapon for almost 5 years now, after transitioning from the Glock 17. Extremely acurate and reliable, it gives me the ability to engage ANY target I can possitively identify and extends pistol range nearly to rifle territory. I'm a bit surprised by all of the "it's too long." comments. Its exactly as long from frontstrap to muzzle as the 1911A1 that I cut my teeth on, and within a couple of millimeters of my partner's old Beretta 92F. The recoil is much milder than I expected, and it will feed any .40S&W I've asked it too.

    It also gets along well with the G27 I carry as a back up and off duty.

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