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Glock 34 / 35 (Tactical / Practical) (Austria)
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Glock 34 / 35 (Tactical / Practical)

Glock 34 pistol, left side (Glock 35 looks same)

Glock 34 / 35 (Tactical / Practical)

Glock 34 pistol, right side (Glock 35 looks same)

Glock 34 / 35 (Tactical / Practical)

Glock 34C, modification with factory-ported barrel

Glock 34 / 35 (Tactical / Practical)

Glock 34 / 35 (Tactical / Practical)

Glock 34 pistol, with tactical light attached

Caliber :   9x19mm, .40 S&W
Action : Safe Action
Length : 207 mm
Height : 138 mm
Width : 30 mm
Barrel length : 135 mm
Weight unloaded : 650 gramms
: 930 gramms
Capacity : 15 (.40), 17 (9mm/.40), 19 (9mm), 33 (9mm) rounds
Effective range : 75 meters
  Download Users Manual Download Glock 34 / 35 (Tactical / Practical) Users Manual

The Glock family of pistols, once started by famous Glock 17 pistol, was developed by Austrian company Glock Gmbh., previously known for quality knives and entrenching tools. The Glock 17 pistol first appeared at the Austrian Army trials, won it and was adopted by Austrai Army and Police in the early 1980s under the designation of P-80. Since then, the Glock 17 and its descentants become very popular military and law enforcement firearms, being exported in more than 50 countries. Currently, Glocks are chambered in all major pistol calibers, namely 9x17mm Short (.380ACP), 9x19mm Luger, .357SIG, .40SW, 10mm auto and .45ACP. Also, Glocks available in full-size service models, semi-compact models, compact models for concealed/backup carry, and in longslide competition models. Training versions, firing non-lethal practice ammo, also available. Training versions are distinguished from "live" ones by frame colour - blue frame for guns that fire non-lethal ammunition and red frame - for non-firing guns.

Obtaining the greatest accuracy for target engagement was the decisive reason for the development of the GLOCK 34 (35) with xtended barrel, greater slide dimensions and long distance between the sights. This highly-accurate pistol has found widespread use as a competitive pistol for practical shooting community.

All Glocks feature polymer frame, steel slides made by precision moulding process and had Tenifer heat-threatment to increase rust and wear risistance. early Glocks had plain grips with slight serrations. Modern variants has finger grooves on the front strap of the grip, and ambidextrous thumb rests. Also, modern versions featured underbarrel acessory rails. Barrels has hexagonal rifling in all calibers. Both front and rear sights are dovetailed and usually had white or luminous inserts. Ajustable sights are available for competition models.

Almost all models had modifications with factory-ported barrels. These models are marked with suffix "C" after the model number, i.e. Glock 17C.

All Glocks (except for ones chambered in 9x17 - .380ACP) are recoil operated, locked breech pistols. Glocks feature Browning-type linkless locking system with barrel interlocking with slide via ejection port. All Glocks feature patented "Safe action" striker-fired trigger mechanism. After the each cycle of the slide the striker is set to half-cock position and is safely blocked by internal safety. When shooter pulls the trigger, he disengades the trigger safety first, then cocks the striker to the full-cock and then fires the gun. This results in constant trigger pull (ajustable from 2 to 5.5 kg) and, unlike the traditional DA or DAO pistols, unavailability of the "second strike" option in case of the misfire. All Glocks has no external controls except the trigger and the slide stop (the only different is Glock 18, which has slide mounted fire mode selector).

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