My journey to build a competitive Glock 35 started with my first USPSA match.  I decided that I would like to compete in these shooting matches because I believe that they are great training for real life shooting possibilities.
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My G35 started out as a G22 Gen 4.  I purchased a complete Gen 4 G35 slide, barrel, and spring assembly from ebay.  This slide luckily fits and functions flawlessly.

I added a Kensight adjustable rear sight and an AmeriGlo suppressor hight front sight.  
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Next was a ZEV Fulcrum Ultimate trigger system which included polished internals as well.  
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This reduced my trigger lbs to almost nothing.  Actually, the gun started off at about 5.7 lbs and now is at about 3.35 lbs.  A ZEV extended magazine release that is made of metal is a real nice touch.

A ZEV low profile magwell was one of the last additions which fits so well on the gun, I would almost consider it for many personal defense guns.
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My one concern about this gun now is that after shooting it with the reduced trigger pull, when I switch to another Glock like my G19, it feels like the trigger is broke or that it’s not gonna fire. The difference in trigger pull is amazing.

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