Ready to cut and drill a Polymer80 pistol frame? Grab the appropriate jig right here. We have 80% pistol jigs for each of Polymer80's GLOCK®-compatible handgun frame blanks.
These 80% pistol jigs include the bits necessary for drilling the pin holes for the rear rail module and locking block rail system. In addition to the jig and bits, you'll need some basic hand tools to complete your frame blank:
The Polymer80 Jig is a two-sided unit that clamps around and secures the P80 frame blank. Each side of the jig provides pin hole drilling guide holes, while the top of the jig provides guides for cutting the slide rails. Once drilling and cutting are complete, basic finishing with files or sandpaper is typically required before final assembly.
Each polymer80 jig is available for a specific P80 frame. Frames and jigs are not interchangeable, so be sure to pair them correctly. Each P80 jig is labelled according to its corresponding P80 frame. Grab your frame below. Frames are compatible with specific Gen 3 GLOCK models:
Read our frame compatibility guide to learn more about these frames, and their GLOCK models and calibers.
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