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The PF940v2 is the second generation Polymer80 pistol frame for Glock firearms. Following the success of the PF940v1 and the PF940Cv1, the PF940v2 was redesigned to match the aesthetics of the PF940Cv1. Just like the first generation, the PF940v2 comes in both textured grip, and ReadyMod grip. Color options include black, olive drab, tactical gray, and flat dark earth.
Kit Includes:
- 80% Polymer80 Pistol Frame
- Polymer Jig System
- Drill Bits
- Locking Block
- No FFL Required
- Easy at-home Construction
- 1911 Grip Angle
- Double Trigger Guard Undercut
- Full Length Picatinny Rail
- Right and Left Accelerator Cuts
- Extended Beaver Tail
- Locking Block Rail System
- Rear Rail Module
- Blank Serialization Panel
- Compatible with Gen3 3-pin components for Glock 17, 22, 24, 31, 34 & 35
WARNING This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

UPC#: 850283007674

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Does this come with all the parts?

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Looks like it's just the frame. Selling all the parts at once would likely run afoul of ATF's arbitrary and capricious regulations.

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