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The PF320PTEX™ Grip Module is P80®’s first polymer grip designed for compatibility with SIG SAUER® components for P320™. Designed and manufactured in the U.S.A., the PF320PTEX™ Grip Modules are made with P80’s proprietary blend of high-strength reinforced polymer, and feature P80®’s next generation ergonomics for operators, law enforcement and civillian P320™ owners. Polymer80® products are known for aggressive enhancements to grip shape and angle, with features including: 1911 Grip AngleP80's Signature PTEX™ Grip TextureHigh Beaver Tail Undercut for Better Bore AccessEnhanced Double-Undercut Trigger Guard and Support Hand ContoursModified Proprietary Ambidextrous Magazine Release PF320PTEX™ Grip Module is Compatible with the following products:P320™ Full & Carry SlidesP320 X5™ Full & Carry Slides,P320 VTac™ Slides. 
MPN#: P80-PF320

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Take this into consideration, if we take a metal 1911 frame and a polymer p320 frame and bury them in damp soil and leave them for 3 years which one is more likely to be structurally sound upon reassembly? I definitely would not want to be the tester of the 1911. Polymer has merits.

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The grip module is pretty useless if you can't get the parts to build it into a working pistol. Stick w/ the DIY Glock kits for now; the P320 will still cost you far more to get the crucial parts than it does to just go out & buy a new one...

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I bet this polymer stuff won’t be around in 50 years. Why they use it so much. An all metal gun would last centuries. Polymers are unknown.

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Hope you don’t play the futures market...

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Boy, I bet you still have a VCR too.

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obvious troll is obvious

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All metal lasts until it corrode from neglect.

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