Building a GLOCK®-compatible handgun truly from scratch means buying an 80% frame. But fabricating that frame requires some tools, which is why you're here: Our GLOCK®-compatible 80% jigs are designed to work with P80 pistol frames and SS80 frames. Each jig includes the require bits for fabricating at home, and easy-to-follow instructions are included for new builders. Frame blanks and parts kits are sold separately.
Completing the frame requires some basic tools: A Dremel or snips, some hand files for fitting parts and polishing your cuts, a hand drill for completing the pin holes required for parts installation, and a tabletop vise to keep everything stable while you work. Completing the P80% frame requires no knowledge or machining experience, and can be completed in around one hour.
While building a firearm from scratch for personal use is legal under federal law with no paperwork or FFL required, certain states have placed restrictions on this practice, or have otherwise banned gun-making kits like these. Before ordering, be sure to verify whether your state is restricted on our Shipping & Returns Policy page.
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