Glock 35 pistols for sale by Omaha Outdoors are the natural development of the 9mm Glock 34: it has been made more powerful. As the Glock 22 is to the Glock 17, the Glock 34 is to the Glock 35. Dimensionally identical, the Glock 35 provides some things that the Glock 34 doesn't, namely making USPSA “major power factor” via 40 Smith and Wesson on a much easier and more widespread basis than is possible with 9mm. Also, the Glock 35 uses the same magazines as the Glock 22, making it the obvious choice for police officers and SWAT teams in need of something a little more effective and with greater accuracy potential than the Glock 22 but without straying too far from the logistical support provided by their department.
G35: Not Your Usual Snappy 40 S&W
When most people think about shooting 40 Smith and Wesson, they remember snappy, difficult to control handguns that often wore out faster than their 9mm counterparts. We're happy to report that the bad old days of manufacturers taking 9mm guns and simply making minor machining and barrel changes to shoot 40 S&W are over, and the best example of that is the Glock 35 Gen 4, which we carry alongside the Glock 35 Gen 3 and Glock 35 Gen 4 MOS. With its longer sight radius, longer barrel, and revised recoil spring assembly, the Gen4 Glock 35 was designed as a 40 caliber pistol, and it shows in how well the pistol shoots and how easy it is to control even with the most powerful loads. Factory color options are black, OD Green, Flat Dark Earth, and gray, but if you want different shades of those colors or different colors altogether we have in-house cerakote services capable of providing almost any color or color combination you can imagine.