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Glock 35 Magazines

About the Glock 35
The Glock® 35 is a next-generation competition target pistol, famed for its trustworthy performance in competitive shooting applications and its ability to deliver accurate shots on targets out to 75 yards. Built around an advanced polymer frame with the iconic Glock Safe Trigger design, the striker-fired G35 offers the same dependable field performance that Glock is internationally known for, packed in a powerful, competition-ready package. Dual recoil action technology drastically reduces felt recoil and blowback for enhanced accuracy and improved handling. Specifically engineered for competitive shooting applications, the G35 also features an accurate 5.31” barrel, and a Tenifer-treated 416 steel slide with a corrosion- and scratch-resistant Nitride finish for enhanced service life, improved muzzle velocity, and enhanced accuracy in competitive shooting environments. Ambidextrous controls deliver improved reliability and safe handling with both right- and left-handed shooters, while the high-strength polymer frame features improved ergonomics with molded finger grooves and interchangeable grip panels and backstraps for a comfortable, non-slip grip with all hand sizes.

What’s a “Target Pistol” and How Are They Different From Other Pistols?
Much like a target rifle is designed primarily for long-range target shooting applications, a target pistol is a handgun, specifically engineered to ring steel and punch holes at greater distances, while duty and personal defense pistols are designed to excel in close-quarter combat environments. Target pistols are engineered to make the gun as accurate and controllable as possible in action sports, plinking, and Olympic/professional competition applications. Target pistols often feature enhanced fire controls, elongated target barrels with improved rifling, lightening cuts, and performance-enhanced grips, all of which tend to come with a premium price tag.

What is a striker-fired fire system?
Striker-fired pistols have quickly become the most trusted and best-selling defensive and tactical pistols on the market.  With a striker-fired handgun, there is no hammer present. Instead of pulling an external hammer with your thumb, or utilizing an internal hammer operated by a sear and trigger pull, striker-fired pistols require the slide to be pulled rearward, or “racked” back and released forward, pulling the firing pin rearward and capturing it under spring tension. The trigger releases the striker mechanism, allowing the spring tension to release and force the pin forward to strike the primer, firing the round in the chamber.

Striker-fired pistols are simple in their operation because after the shooter manually racks the slide to chamber a round, each trigger pull fires a single round, ejects the spent casing, loads another round into the chamber, rearms the firing pin, and is ready to be shot again. Because there is no hammer to cock or release, the trigger pull of most striker-fired pistols is incredibly easy to pull and has low pull weights, allowing shooters of all shapes and sizes to operate the firearm more reliably under extreme stress. 

At GunMag Warehouse, we offer a huge selection of factory and aftermarket Glock 35 magazines and accessories at competitive prices, designed to fit any budget. Shop our full collection of Glock-compatible magazines and accessories today and save big on your next IPSC competition or informal target shooting adventure!