Complete Slide Assemblies

Complete Slide Assemblies

Everything to assemble your 80% 1911 or GLOCK-compatible frame.

Whether you cut and drilled an 80% frame or picked up a retail piece, these complete pistol slide assemblies (available for most GLOCK series and 1911 frames in Government, Commander, 9mm and .45 ACP) include all parts required for assembling your frame into a firearm and hitting the range. Manufactured with mil-spec components, fittings and finishes, your parts kit will afford superior accuracy and reliability with each trigger pull. Need a frame for your build?

What's Included

  • Slide
  • Barrel
  • Sights
  • Op rod
  • Recoil spring
  • Trigger parts kit
  • Frame parts kit
  • Slide parts kit

Your build awaits you. 

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