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Polymer80 PF940SC™ 80% Subcompact Frame and Jig Kit - OD Green (Glock® 26/27 Compatible)

$139.99
SKU:
P80-PF940SC-ODG
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Description

NOTE: An end mill bit was deemed unnecessary by Polymer80 and is not included with this kit.

The PF940SC™ 80% Pistol Frame is now available in OD Green for extra customization. This P80 frame features a factory-style grip texture and is guaranteed to be compatible with Glock® Gen 3 components!

New builder? Read the intro guide to P80 pistols.

This frame features an extended beavertail and thumb ledge for better control. A double-undercut trigger guard enhances comfort, allowing for a firmer grip. Lastly, engineers upgraded the 22-degree grip angle to 18 degrees. This new angle provides better recoil control and quicker follow-up! Even with a new grip angle, the PF940SC is still compatible with OEM and aftermarket Glock® magazines.

PF940SC (ODG) 80% Frame Features

  • Compatible with Glock® 26 and G27 (3-Pin) Gen3 Components
  • Improved ergonomics and finish
  • Reinforced, hardened polymer
  • Factory-style grip texture

Completing Your Frame

Download the PF940SC's tool list and instructions here.

In addition to the jig, fabricating your frame requires some basic tools. First-time fabricators should expect to spend one to two hours' time cutting and drilling the frame. This kit does not include the other parts required to assemble your pistol once fabrication is complete. View P80 parts kits here.

What's Included

  • 80% frame
  • 80% jig
  • Bits and instructions
  • Blank serialization plate
  • Stainless Steel Locking Block Rail
  • Stainless Steel Rear Rail Module
  • Hardened Pins for LBRS and RRM

Not a Firearm (State Laws Vary)

Because it isn't drilled or machined and can't be made to function in its current state, the ATF doesn't consider the Polymer80 80% frame to be a firearm under federal law. The ATF describes 80% frames like these as "receiver blanks". ATF says it is legal to build a firearm for personal use with no FFL under federal law. Some states have enacted additional restrictions against this practice. Other states have banned receiver blanks and other gun parts. Please check our Shipping Restrictions before placing an order. We cannot fulfill orders in restricted states for any reason.

 

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Shipping Restrictions

Shipping of various parts and/or accessories are prohibited to states and locales (ie New Jersey, California, New York, etc…) with restrictions against certain parts and/or accessories or “assault weapons” (i.e. states with high-capacity magazine restrictions, manufacturing of semi-automatic weapons, etc..). It is your responsibility to be aware of your local firearms laws before purchasing from our website or machining a firearm. We try our best to keep our shipping page current, but laws change daily

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