Subcompact Pistol 80% Frame
If you want to build the ultimate carry pistol but aren't interested in paying for extra "accessories or features" you don't want (and aren't up for shelling out cash on a premium brand), then a polymer 80% subcompact frame may be your best option. These PF940SC frame kits are 100% compatible with GLOCK®'s G26 and G27 pistols, chambered in 9mm and .40 S&W.
Subcompact Frame Kit Specs & Features
- GLOCK® 26/27-compatible frame
- Includes jig and tooling for completion
- Blank Serialization Plate for serial number
- Stainless Steel Drop-In Rear Module (RRM)
- Stainless Steel Locking Block Rail System (LBRS)
Building Your Subcompact Pistol
The included 80% frame is not considered a firearm under federal law or ATF policy. Because it isn't cut and drilled to be functional, the frame and jig kit ships directly to you. There's no need to contact or work with an FFL, and you don't have to pay extra taxes or fees. Completing the frame with the included tooling is easy with basic hand tools and requires less than two hours to complete. Easy-to-follow written instructions are included.
Please note that (contrary to federal law) some states have banned at-home pistol builds and gun-making kits. Please review our Shipping & Returns Policy before placing an order. We cannot fulfill orders placed in restricted states.
With your frame complete, all that's left is installing a slide and parts kit! These 80% frames work with factory and aftermarket GLOCK® components, allowing for full customization from the ground up.
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