Description

Polymer80 Pistol Frame Kit is everything you need to start your Glock Gen 3 build. These pistol frame kits include the 80% pistol frame, jig, and all tooling required to finish the frame using a drill press and XY cross-vise. Choose between Black, FDE, ODG, Grey, Cobalt, and Blue Titanium. These models come with the standard texture grip. Features like the extended beaver tail, double undercut trigger guard, and a thumb ledge considerably enhance the ergonomics allowing for an effective grip and improved recoil mitigation.

Manufacturer: Polymer80
Item #: PF940C | PF940V2 | PF940SC | PF940CL | PF45
Platform: Glock
Color: Black | FDE | ODG | Grey | Cobalt | Titanium Blue
MSRP: $160

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What is special about these kits over others? $149 seems to be the regular price, unless it comes with something else? (Frame, jig, drill bits)

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$9-$11 shipping on top for reference. Black or FDE for colors as well.

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How easy are these to build?

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I would recommend drilling only one side at a time. This nearly negates the possibility of drilling the holes out of alignment.

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It's pretty simple if you're not on the left side of the IQ bell curve. You'll want to make sure you order the Glock Slide Lock Spring & Glock Mag Catch Spring; Really, Scrooge McDuck cheap, they don't include them in the build kit!? Drilling the holes, so that they line up for the pins is the most important part, but if you have a drill press it should be no problem. Free hand is tougher!
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Just so people know, the instruction warn specifically about NOT using a drill press to drill the pin holes. That warning is listed multiple times in the instructions on polymer80s website.

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Must be a newer update, but it does say that. Either way. drill straight and level, unless, they change that too!?

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It seems like it’s pretty hard to mess up honestly, unless this is the first time someone has used a drill. I just used a dremel with a cut off wheel, small file, razor blade, some sand paper, drill and a vise.

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I got the one with the aggressive grip texture similar to the new Smith & Wesson 9's. Felt like sandpaper so I got the rubberized Talon grip knockoff and it feels so much better.

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Ordered mine but was not asked which grip I wanted.Hopefully they send me the textured grip and not the plain grip.

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Which did you end up getting?

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