The GLOCK 34 Gen 5 MOS configuration has a machined slide that accepts a reflex red dot scope. If you own a MOS and decide you don’t want optics, you don’t have to use optics – just leave the cover plate on and use with the standard iron sights.
The original G34 was introduced in 1998. The Glock 34 Gen 5 MOS is a competition-ready 9mm pistol. Designed to be the same overall length as the Government Model 1911 pistol. The main differences between the full-size Model G17 and the long slide Model G34 include a 5.32″ barrel for the 34 (0.82″ longer than the 17). This results in a longer slide.
G34 has no More Slide Cut-Out Debris Trap
The Glock 34 Gen 4 had a slide cut-out on top of the barrel toward the front site. This was to reduce the overall weight of the slide. If you ever owned a 34 Gen4 you will be aware that this cutout was a potential debris trap. The Gen 5 no longer has this cutout. To maintain the balance the reduced weight is achieved by thinning out the slide. Like all Gen 5’s the width is now 34mm and the weight is 8 grams heavier than Gen 4.
New Slide Steel Alloy
Thinning out the slide obviously has the potential to weaken the component. Not so with the Gen 5 MOS. Glock metallurgists have developed a new steel alloy for the Glock 34 MOS Gen 5. This new slides steel alloy is is stronger than the previous generation even after taking a slight “haircut”.
The Glock 34 MOS Gen 5 has extended magazine and slide releases and a reduced trigger pull. Naturally the longer slide results in a longer sight radius. Furthermore resulting in a slightly better balance of the pistol. This results in quicker recovery between shots. These are also attributes that are desirable for tactical use as well as competition. Glock refers to this model as the “Tactical/ Practical.”
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Like all 5th Generation Glock’s, the Glock 34 MOS has the modular backstrap design that lets you instantly customize its grip to adapt to an individual shooter’s hand size.
– nDLC finish on barrel and slide
– Ambidextrous slide stop lever
– Flared mag-well
– Removal of the finger grooves
– GLOCK Marksman barrel
Glock 34 Gen 5 MOS Replaceable Backstraps
The Gen4 has two insert options, medium and large or you can leave the pistol as is, in small or what Glock refers to as short frame configuration.
Glock 34 Gen 5 MOS Magazine Release Catch
The enlarged mag release catch is now easily reversible to either the left or right side.
Glock 34 Gen 5 MOS Marksman barrel
The Glock G34 Gen 5 MOS has the improved rifling of the Glock Marksman barrel. The consequence is improved accuracy.
Calibre – 9 x 19mm
Mag Capacity -17. optional 19/31/33
Weight Unloaded -743g
Barrel length – 135
Size (LxWxH) – 222x34x139
Glock 34 Gen5 Detailed Specs Glock EU