High-quality, GLOCK®-compatible slides for completing your custom P80% frame.
Once you've successfully cut and drilled your Polymer 80 GLOCK-compatible frame, you'll need a slide to go along with your chosen barrel and parts kit. We've sourced high-quality, precision-machined slides that are guaranteed to work with any of the available P80 frames we sell. Each slide features a tough-as-Hell finish that combats heat, corrosion, and fouling, while providing proper serrations for grip and factory cuts for your favorite sights.
We're excited to now offer the T19 Slide, which features a rock-hard 4150 tungsten coating and fits all Gen1, 2, and 3 pistols and P80, G19-compatible frames. This slide also sports OEM sight cuts and rear serrations for quick reloads and is guaranteed to withstand the utmost Hellish conditions without suffering from surface cracks, major abrasions, or any rust or corrosion.
Some slides come with the requisite parts you'll need to fully assemble your Gen3 pistol or fabricated P80 frame! References the compatibility lists below to determine which parts kit is required for your chosen Polymer80 frame:
Need help building your custom P80 slide or Glock compatible slide? Follow our easy step-by-step instructional guide! We cover the tools you need, and how to install every part.
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