Frames for Glock® Series-Compatible and 1911 handguns.
Exercise your Second Amendment right and become the proud builder of your first or next handgun -- minus the brand-name price tags, extra fees, and high prices. With frames available un-coated, anodized, and in different colors, you can start building a truly custom pistol from the ground up.
The P80 frame is the perfect way to build a 100% Glock®-compatible handgun with factory or aftermarket parts at a lower cost. Made from a custom high-strength polymer, these frames take Glock®'s OEM design and add some upgrades. A slightly revised grip angle provides better recoil control, and wrap-around grip textures provide better comfort and feel. All P80 frames are compatible with any Glock® magazines, too.
Glock® and P80 Frame Compatibility
The G43 is one of the most popular carry guns on the market today. It's favored by undercover agents and seasoned CCL permit holders for its legendary reliability and perfect balance of size, barrel length, and capacity. The SS80 80% Frame, brought to you by the O.G. Glockstore, provides perfect compatibility with the G43 platform and maintains that same level of enhancement and performance as the P80 frames made for all other Glock® series.
SS80 Upgrades vs. The Factory G43 Frame
Based on the customer feedback and months of research and development, the SS80 is made with a much stronger and more durable nylon/polymer blend that is similar to the original 43 but actually dampens felt recoil and provides even better reliability. You'll notice the grip texture immediately. It provides a rock solid grip that feels good and is strikingly attractive. The frame is shaped with a double trigger undercut that allows you to get a higher grip on the gun, which reduces felt recoil and improves speed and accuracy.
Cutting and drilling either the P80 or SS80 frame is simple, and all machining steps are the same across each model. Either frame is completed with some very basic hand tools, including a Dremel, hand drill, vise, snips, and hand files. P80 frames do not include a jig or the required tooling. Jigs and bits can be grabbed here.
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