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Glock 35 Gen4 MOS


2 Slide Length 207 mm | 8.15 inch
3 Width (Overall) 33 mm | 1.30 inch
4 Slide Width 25,5 mm | 1.0 inch
5 Height incl.Mag. 139 mm | 5.47 inch
6 Line of Sight (Polymer) 191 mm | 7.52 inch
Line of Sight (Steel) 190 mm | 7.48 inch
Line of Sight (GNS) 189 mm | 7.44 inch
7 Trigger Distance** 70 mm | 2.76 inch



Introducing the Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS. The perfect gun for all your needs!

Since its introduction in 1989, the Glock 35 Gen 4 has become one of the most popular pistols in the world, and with the introduction of the new Gen 5 version, it’s likely to become even more popular. The original Glock 35 was built around a .40-caliber GSW (Glock Short Word) cartridge created specifically for law enforcement use.

Now that this round has become widely used by civilians as well, many law enforcement agencies have switched to different models in order to lighten their load and make room for additional ammunition capacity and/or other features such as larger magazines.

The Glock 35 Gen 4 represents one of the most popular handguns in the world, and Glock has made some pretty significant improvements to it with the introduction of the Gen 5 model. This latest iteration of the gun weighs less, costs less, and performs better than ever before!

The Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS is a great choice for a duty or competition pistol. It’s accurate, reliable, and easy to shoot.

The Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS pistol has many great features that set it apart from the rest of the pistol pack. The new Modular Optic System (MOS) allows you to mount multiple optics on your Glock 35 Gen 4, and swapping them out is quick and easy. The standard Glock sights are always visible when using the MOS, so you don’t have to worry about re-zeroing your sights every time you change optics. It also has the GLOCK Marksman Barrel (GMB) with polygonal rifling which improves accuracy while reducing fouling.

History of Glock Glock 35 Gen 4

The Glock 35 was first released in 1982 as a select-fire handgun to replace the Walther P38. It was derived from Glock’s model 17 9mm pistol, and its name came from the company’s development code of GPK17 (Glock Paul Kurlasspus).
Since then, it has been redesigned as a semi-automatic. Today, after 40 years of hard work by Glock enthusiasts, we’re introducing you to our newest model: The Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS.
This might be one of our best yet! Not only does this Glock come with the standard threaded barrel, but also has an awesome upgrade to help control recoil – that is if there’s any with this powerful pistol.
The Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS comes with a Modular Optic System which allows you to put on whatever optic you please! We know how important options are when looking for the perfect firearm, so now there is no need to compromise between iron sights or optics when looking for your next self-defense weapon.
The future of firearms is here at Glock Armory and we’re so excited about what this new Glock will do for shooters everywhere. Get yours today before they sell out!

Is the Glock 35 Gen 4 a good gun?

Glock’s guns are highly popular because they come in a variety of shapes and sizes. There are over thirty different Glock models, each one with its own features, benefits, and drawbacks. It can be hard to determine which one is best for you. The Glock 35 Gen 4 is compact and relatively easy to conceal.

It has a muzzle velocity of 335 feet per second, making it powerful enough to stop a potential assailant with only one shot on average from six yards away. In addition, its 17-round magazine provides an ample supply of ammunition in case things get too heated while you’re out on the town–or at home protecting yourself or your family if you’re faced with an intruder.

However, as one might expect from Glock’s least expensive model, the Glock 35 Gen 4 lacks many of the features found on other Glocks such as interchangeable backstraps or a built-in light.

The first Glock pistol with an optic mount was the Glock 34

Back in 2014, Glock introduced a pistol with an optic mount. The pistol was called the Glock 34, and it allowed you to use red-dot optics. Later on, this became known as the G34.

It wasn’t until recently that Glock released their newest model of the G35. The new Glock 35 Gen 4 comes with a few small improvements that make it even better than before. These changes include a flared mag well; dual recoil spring; extended slide stop lever; and lighter trigger pull weight.

Glock has also made some adjustments to the muzzle break which has led to less felt recoil when firing rounds at the shooter’s shoulder.

The Glock 35 Gen 4 is great for people who are just getting into firearms because of its high capacity, short length, low recoil, but don’t worry if you’re not just starting out: Glock also made some minor adjustments to the trigger pull weight so that experienced shooters can still enjoy using this gun as well!

 Glock 35 Gen 4 Accessories

Glock has been making quality firearms since their inception in 1983. One of the latest Glock models on the market is the G35 Gen4 (G4). The G4 weighs just about 2lbs when unloaded, making it a perfect candidate for any job that requires carrying gear all day.

With its compact frame, it can easily be concealed underneath clothing if necessary. The G4 comes with two 13 round magazines that are single stack so as not to extend past the base of the grip, which will not snag or hang up when drawing from concealment in a hurry. The G4 also features a tactical rail under the barrel, allowing attachment of lights and lasers.

A standard sight setup includes front and rear dot sights with three dot white outline system. Additional features include an ambidextrous slide stop lever as well as an ambidextrous magazine release lever. The top of the slide has dual cocking serrations while both sides have vertical serrations to assist in quickly pulling back the slide after shooting multiple rounds.

Why you might choose the Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS

Chambered in 9mm Luger, the Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS provides comfortable soft-shooting with reduced recoil from the dual captured recoil spring system. The longer barrel results in increased muzzle velocity and allows you to control the gun better during rapid fire shots or when shooting in windy conditions.

Another important detail about this gun is that it’s designed so that both right-handed and left-handed shooters can operate it as easily as possible. If you’re looking for versatility and power in your firearms collection then the Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS might be what you’re looking for!

You’ll love how easy it is to use and how many options there are when you add a suppressor or night sights. We also have another product that we think you might like: the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield!

What is a Glock G35?

Glock 35 Gen 4
Glock 35 Gen 4 mos
Glock firearms have become synonymous with high-quality guns that are simple and sleek in design. They’re built for people who don’t want the extras like automatic safeties, external locks, and decockers that come with other pistols on the market today. One model that you might be interested in is the Glock G35 Gen 4 MOS (Multiple Optic System).
The G35 was one of Glock’s most popular models for police duty use; because of its accuracy, reliability, light weight (20% lighter than the G21), capacity (.45ACP with 13 rounds) this gun won first place in a 2009 FBI shooting contest.
The G35 also has an interchangeable backstrap which makes it comfortable for people with different hand sizes.
If you’re looking for a 9mm handgun, this may not be the best option as there is no polymer frame version available but it is well worth considering if you need something slightly more powerful such as .40 S&W or .45 ACP.
In addition to all these features, the Glock 35 comes standard with front serrations on both sides of the slide and dual spring recoil system which make it easier to rack if your hands are sweaty or slippery from water or rain. You can order your G35 in either black or FDE (Flat Dark Earth) colorway options.

Breakdown of specifications

Long the standard in law enforcement and personal defense for its simplicity, Glock reliability, durability, and ease of use. Glocks have high capacity magazines making them convenient when having to carry a lot of ammo with you.
The Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS pistols are available with steel frames that make them robust yet lighter than similar polymer framed pistols on the market today. This G35 is fully equipped with high-quality self-luminous 3-dot night sights which are designed to be used in low light situations where they provide fast target acquisition; not so much light that they distract your opponent on the range either!
Glock has put out many great firearms over the years but the Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS line really stands out as being some of their best guns made yet.
As with any Glock pistol there are multiple safety features in place including: being that they’re striker fired there is no external hammer which lowers chances of catching on something when you draw your weapon if it were a hammer fired pistol as well as not having any trigger safeties which can lead to accidental discharges.

Barrel length Of Glock 35 Gen 4

Glock pistols are one of the most popular manufacturers in the firearms industry today because they are not only some of the safest handguns on the market but they are also some of the easiest to operate. With nine millimeter Luger ammunition, it can fire up to thirteen rounds in seven seconds before it requires reloading.
The .40 S&W has an average muzzle velocity of 1,230 feet per second with 180 foot pounds of energy. The stopping power is superior to any other caliber that I have seen. The grip is built out of polymer with rubber inserts. These inserts improve accuracy and provide excellent traction. If you want to compete in USPSA or IDPA matches, this might be your best bet.
It is equipped with night sights which make target acquisition much easier in low light situations. And if you’re worried about hearing protection, there are two different plugs provided in the box. You’ll need both earmuffs and plugs when shooting a 9mm handgun indoors at close range like we do at my shooting club.

Trigger pull weight

When shooting your Glock 35 Gen 4 (or any handgun) it is important to remember that you need to apply pressure on the trigger and push until it stops moving – think of this as squeezing a big trigger shaped marshmallow with your index finger.
The amount of pressure you apply will vary based on the type of shooting you are doing; for instance if you are shooting at targets in a crowded situation then you would likely be using more pressure than when just practicing at home.
In order to help limit recoil so that less energy from recoil can interfere with where your next shot will go, some people like to grip the gun by wrapping their fingers around the front of the grip instead of wrapping them overtop.

Height (with magazine in place)

When choosing the best Glock for you, take into consideration your situation: where you’re most likely to use it, what purpose the gun will serve in relation to the usage situation.

The Glock 35 Gen 4 is perfect for those looking for a full-size duty gun who plan on using it as their primary firearm. This gun features a reduced front sight which allows the shooter to get better acquisition of the target without significantly affecting accuracy.

The magazine offers 18 rounds of 10mm caliber ammunition which makes this handgun one of the most powerful guns on the market today! If you are looking for a more discreet weapon that can be concealed under clothing then this may not be the best option. In comparison, if you are more concerned with comfort and concealability then go with the Glock 19 Gen 4. With 15 rounds of 9mm ammo, this weapon is much easier to carry around without giving up power.

What Glock holds the most rounds?

Glock pistols are renowned for their accuracy, reliability, ease of use, and large magazine capacity; this Glock is no exception. The Glock 35 Gen 4 can hold up to 18 rounds in the standard flush-fit magazines (23 in extended).

There are also 12 round magazines available that offer faster reloads than the standard Glock 17 mags–you can carry three mags per gun in these pouches rather than one on your person (two on your belt). If you want more options still, there are 33-round PMAGs made by Magpul that are compatible with all current Glock models as well as 10-, 15-, 20-, and 25-round magazine extensions available from other vendors.

These accessories will fit both Gen 3 and Gen 4 Glock models. Some shooters choose to have a variety of configurations with multiple magazines of different capacities so they’re ready for any scenario.

Grip width

One of the first things people notice about the Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS is its standard grip width of 1.2 inches as opposed to Glock’s standard size of 1.5 inches found on pistols like the Glock 17 Gen 5 . This narrower grip size translates into greater control over recoil when shooting.
The surface area provided by this decrease in width increases contact between your hand and gun, thus helping you with muzzle flip control when shooting high-powered rounds such as +P ammunition out of an extended barrel configuration like the Sig Sauer SBX Storm full frame silencer shown below.
As for accuracy, the reduced rear sight cuts down on any snagging that might occur during drawing or reholstering. In addition, it features a green tritium night sight front sight that works well even in low light situations like at dusk and dawn.
For all these reasons and more, the Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS is one of our favorite models available from Glocks–and if you’re looking for something that offers plenty of bang but isn’t too hard to handle at either home defense or competition ranges alike, then this model should be just what you’re looking for!

Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS

The Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS configuration combines an extended barrel, longer slide dimensions and elongated distance between the sights with the MOS concept, making it easy to mount a reflex sight on the pistol’s slide without the need for a new slide or separate mounting system. The Modular back strap system makes it possible to instantly customize its grip to accommodate any hand size. The reversible magazine catch makes it ideal for left and right-handed shooters.

Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS a good gun?

G35 Gen4 MOS is comfortable to fire and use, well balanced, fits most hands neatly, and offers a long sight radius and good accuracy. The barrel length is 5.3 inches and magazine capacity is 15 rounds. … Even though chambered for a hard hitting cartridge, the Glock 35 is comfortable to fire.

Is there such thing as a Glock 35 Gen4 MOS?

G35 Gen4 MOS with its extended barrel and extra long line of sight, the allows accurate hit patterns even during rapid firing. This has made the GLOCK 35 a widespread model among members of the practical shooting community.

What’s a G35 Gen4?

The Glock 35 is a competition style pistol created for competitors in the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA), National Rifle Association (NRA) competitions, and the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA).


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