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Dave Sevigny wins USPSA Limited with a G35! Why's that significant?

This is a discussion on Dave Sevigny wins USPSA Limited with a G35! Why's that significant? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Tangle ............. Once, a suspectís wallet stopped a police bullet.............. Sounds like their aim was a bit low, and the suspect fleeing? ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangle View Post
    ............. Once, a suspectís wallet stopped a police bullet..............
    Sounds like their aim was a bit low, and the suspect fleeing?

    Sounds like they're pushing their T&A guns pretty hard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Sounds like their aim was a bit low, and the suspect fleeing?

    Sounds like they're pushing their T&A guns pretty hard.
    It does make you wonder, doesn't it. Of course it could be the billfold was in a jacket, vest, or coat pocket, but still....

    Oh - I saw this posted on another forum:

    "Well, Julie won the IDPA Nationals with it and the USPSA Production Nats too, with the M&P9."

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    The Glock model 35 is an excellent weapon. I'm not surprised.

    It's long slide, equal balance and .40 caliber is like the basic ingredients of accuracy.

    Good for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by General Geoff View Post
    You could lightly modify just about any ccw-worthy pistol and end up with a trophy at one of these events, I gather (assuming you were competitive in the first place). The Glock 35 in question is also a specifically designed COMPETITION pistol. I doubt you'll find anyone who actually carries one, as they're much larger (mainly longer barrel/slide) than standard issue Glocks.
    The size difference of the G34/G35 is entirely barrel/slide, and is a bit less than an inch, when compared to the G17/G22. I wouldn't carry any of those as a CCW gun, but they would all make good duty guns.

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    One point overlooked is the reliability of the tool used. I'm a very new USPSA shooter (so new I'm still "unrated") shooting in Production and have managed to best quite a few of the folks shooting Unlimited "race guns" simply because they jammed or had a mag failure. Part of this has been the cold weather and dust. Those fancy tight tolerance race guns don't do well in the snow. So it has to be a combination of skill and tools. The hammer has to not break and you have to be able to hit the nail... My tool always works but I still miss the nail alot. And yes - I'm using a Glock - an OLD Gen 1 G17... Next match will be a challenge as I've upgraded to a lightly worked G 34.

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    Fireguy,

    Interesting that you're using a G-17 gen 1, but are you sure it'd not a gen 2? The gen 1 and gen 2 look very similar, neither have finger grooves or rails. It may be a gen 1, I was just curious.

    I gave away a G-19 gen 2; I'd love to have it back or another gen 2 G-19; they're kinda hard to come by.

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    well....

    i have alot of power tools. routers, table saws, planars, you name it. theyre very expensive and were the best i could afford, including saving up for the ones i wanted. i make decent crap.

    my grandfather had no power tools. half of his tools, he made himself. he made fine, fine furniture.

    draw your own conclusion. the handgun is simply the launching pad.

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    The Glock 35 always worked for me in competition. It is not a tack driver but its quick. Steve48

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