GLOCK® Compatible Pistol Kit

GLOCK® Compatible Pistol Kit

Whether full-size, compact, or subcompact, GLOCK® handguns remain some of the most popular and trusted pistols carried by CCL permit holders, professional shooters, law enforcement, and military units across the globe. Designed with modular components and easy customization, it only makes sense that these GLOCK®-compatible pistol kits from Polymer80 have become so popular.

Kit Configurations & GLOCK® Compatibility

  • PF940C is compatible with G19, G23, and G32
  • PF940v2 is compatible with G17, G22, G24, G31, G34, and G35
  • PF940SC is compatible with G26, G27

What's Included

  • 80% pistol frame and jig kit
  • Front- and rear-cut slide
  • Gen3-compatible barrel
  • Factory slide parts kit
  • Factory frame parts kit
  • Front and rear glow sights
  • FREE portable handgun lock box

Kit Features & Upgrades

416R Stainless Barrel. The barrel included with each kit is precisely forged and cut from Crucible 416R stainless, one of the best gun steels available on the market. Featuring a 1:10 twist rate with 11-degree target crown and nitride treatment, your barrel will provide superior accuracy, wear, and lifespan.

17-4 PH Stainless Slide. Nitride- and heat-treated to obtain a hardness rating of 41-44 on the Rockwell C scale, your front- and rear-cut slide provides ergonomics, better control, and complete protection from corrosion and rust in the most unforgiving environments. Included open-leaf glow sights provide optimal sight picture in day and night conditions, making this slide perfect for the range, competition, and concealed carry.

Factory-spec parts kits. GLOCK® components are the most reliable, so it only makes sense to outfit each with kit 100% factory-spec parts, ensuring your build can be assembled without a hitch and will function with completely dependability for thousands of rounds.

Polymer 80% frame. The included frame blank affords top-tier components including a stainless steel locking block rail system and drop-in rear rail module, with an optional Picatinny accessory rail for a light or laser. To improve control and felt recoil, these frames feature an 18-degree grip angle, improving the factory GLOCK®'s 22-degree grip angle.

Completing the Frame for Assembly

Your pistol kit includes easy-to-follow instructions for setting up the frame and jig, and using the included bits to machine the frame, making it ready for final assembly. To get a better idea of the steps involved, see our visual guide detailing how to cut and drill the frame.


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