Bersa Thunder 22 Duo Tone T22DT vs Glock 35 Gen 4 PG3530101MOS
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|Other Pistol||Bersa Thunder 22 Duo Tone T22DT||Glock 35 Gen 4 PG3530101MOS|
|Caliber||.22 LR||.40 S&W|
|Reviews||See 24 Reviews||See 1 Review|
Other Pistols Descriptions
Bersa Thunder 22 Duo Tone T22DT
The Thunder .22 is BERSAs smallest caliber semi-automatic handgun. Made with the same care and attention to detail as all BERSAS, this lightweight, low recoil shooter is an asset to anyones gun collection. Important features like comfort, accuracy, durability and reliability will be found in this .22 LR handgun. For anyone needing practice to maintain proficiency or simply to have fun plinking, the Thunder .22 is economical to shoot - an important consideration with high ammunition prices. The Thunder .22 has trained generations of professional and sport shooters alike. Frame :Alloy Slide :Steel Front Sight :Blade Integral with Slide Rear Sight :Notched Bar Dovetailed Grip :Checkered Polymer
Glock 35 Gen 4 PG3530101MOS
The Glock 35 Gen4 in .40 caliber introduces revolutionary design changes to the Glock that dominates the Limited Class of competitive Shooting Sports worldwide. Internally, the Glock dual recoil spring assembly substantially increases the life of the system. A reversible enlarged magazine catch, changeable in seconds, accommodates left or right-handed operators. The surface of the frame employs the scientifically designed, real-world-tested, Gen4 rough textured technology. The modular backstrap design lets you instantly customize its grip to adapt to an individual shooter's hand size. The G35 Gen4 retains the Glock accessory rail for your attachments. Glock engineers have developed the Glock Modular Optic System (MOS) to simplify mounting of popular optics without costly custom machining of the pistol's slide. The MOS is offered with cover plate when no optic is mounted and four plates options to comply with the specifications of some of the most trusted optic manufacturers in the industry. MOS gives you the option of adding tall iron sights allowing the optic and the iron sights to co-witness.