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Start your new Glock 19 Gen3 build right here with the FMK Firearms® AG1 Frame. It's made from reinforced polymer, and comes 100% complete and ready for a lower parts kit of your choice. The AG1 maintains the grip angle, controls and geometry of the G19, but offers enhanced texturing to help you get a firmer grip. The texture is aggressive—but not abrasive—so you can easily shoot for 3 straight hours without leaving any skin at the range. Additionally, the highly undercut triggerguard allows for a high grip and better control. The AG1 Frame accepts all standard G19 Gen3 components, and works with all standard G19 holsters. About FMK Firearms FMK Firearms formed in 2006 with the simple goal of delivering quality firearms and components at a budget-friendly price — while making every component and assembling every gun right here in the USA. It's a tall order, but FMK has succeeded in creating products that can go toe-to-toe with much more expensive offerings. Compatible with Gen3 Glock® 19 components 100% complete stripped Frame Made from reinforced polymer Enhanced texturing on the sides, front strap and back strap Rear rail module Same grip angle as the G19 Highly undercut triggerguard for high grip Oversized triggerguard for use with gloves Fits all standard G19 holsters Locking block not includedPlease Note: As the Frame is serialized, purchase through an FFL is required. Order today! Key Specifications Item Number: 709671 Compatible with: Glock 19 Gen3 components Mfg. Number: FMKGAG1B UPC: 850979006431 Back to top

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Wait...these are made...*ahem* excuse me...in PLACENTA, California?

Uhhhh...

LMFAO

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Placentia
Right next to Yorba Linda and just a bit from the old Fender guitar factory in Fullerton (where we used to drag race pro stock cars down the Fender drive).
Reading is a learned skill, dunno if they typo'd it or not but it IS Placentia my old stomping grounds.

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Seems decent to me, the gap is comparable to the gap on my P80. I don’t have a real Glock to put it next to but it shoots just fine. As others have say the mag release needs some work but a Dremel will take care of that.

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Mine just came in. Woo, boy: this thing is flimsy. Flexes everywhere. I wasn't expecting much for $75, and you definitely get what you pay for with this one.

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I have one of these. It went together just fine. I will second the comment about the gap between the slide and the frame. It seems a little excessive compared to both my gen2 and gen5 19's.

Also, the mag release contours do not match on the right hand side of the gun. Minor issue, not a deal breaker but just weird. I think too much material needs to be removed from the mag release to justify contouring.

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Did not like the gap between the frame and an aftermarket slide as well as a Glock OEM slide. Looks like it was twice as wide as it should be.

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Two LPK parts you will not need are the Magazine Catch Spring and the Locking Block Pin. The Magazine Catch Spring is already installed and the frame is designed to use only the Trigger Pin and the Trigger Housing Pin.

LPK's are abundant on Gun Broker, but expensive (relatively speaking)

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Mine did not come with a Locking Block. The frame is only 2pin, yet in your photo you show a 3pin LB. That really helps me in trying to find one for sale. Did your FMK AG1 come with that LB?

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These do not come with a locking block. Gen 3 Gen 4 and Gen 5 locking blocks are all the same, you just do not have a locking block pin just like a Gen 5. I would imagine the Gen 1 Gen 2 locking block would work as well, but have not verified. There are a few locking blocks on Gun Broker. Good luck and let us know how your project worked out.

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Thanks! Awaiting slide, barrel and UPK from 3CRTactical.com to arrive (maybe tomorrow). The lower is put together with LPK from Karri's Guns. Hoping they perform well. BTW, got the locking block off of ebay for about $30. Other's interested in this lower should take that into consideration when purchasing. Add $30 to what they are going for to budget your build. Also, FFL fees, etc. I will post how the completed build goes as it happens.

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Took completed pistol to the range today with excellent results! Cycled all that I put through it with no problems. Posted some images below. Looking forward to getting a Holosun RDS for the RMR cut in the slide. For now, the $20 sights from ebay will have to do! Total cost about $500. Not bad for a custom "Non-Glock" with a cut slide. May become my EDC after more rigorous testing. Target was from 30 feet.

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just don't use a lone wolf LPK with adjustable trigger.Unless you like poking mushy potatoes.Their trigger is horrible to say the least.

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Do you think this grip is bigger than the fmk grip since it does take glock mags?

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Just checked those sites again, gen 3 9mm LPK’s all OOS.

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Millertic - Glockstore, Midway USA & Aim Surplus all have the LPKs in-stock. I've never used the ones they have listed, so I can't speak to quality, but Glockstore's it's Polymer80 so probably decent, at least.

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I bought one because I’m bored and need another project(not really). Was looking forward to finishing it to have a spare g19 lower sitting around, apparently though there’s not a Glock LPK to be had anywhere

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Check Ebay

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