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What is a Polymer 80?
Our Polymer 80s, the pf940c, is based off of the Glock 19 Gen 3. It features a diverse array of interchangeable parts, and can be shipped directly to your home. These exceptional Polymer 80 kits are the perfect entry level handgun, but also have a lot of room for improvement, as the aftermarket caters to an even more diverse group of gun buyers. Whether you are an experienced builder and know the parts well enough to create an amazing build, or are a first time builder, you will find that the prepacked tools, online instructions, and community around the 80% lower handgun kits help to make the process a lot smoother. And so a Polymer 80% glock kit is only a few clicks away!
Are Polymer 80s Illegal?
The polymer 80 has been the topic of a lot of controversy, especially last year when the ATF executed a raid on the Nevada based Headquarters. As the suspicion rose that the company was selling complete build kits, the community and any of those interested were reminded of the stigma against gun ownership perpetuated by some politicians in an attempt to disarm the American population. Fortunately for you, Polymer 80s are NOT illegal in Federal law. They are not legally obtainable in a few states, however, it is up to our customers to understand and know the laws regarding gun ownership and 80% lowers within their state.
What do our Polymer 80 build kits include?
Our Polymer 80 build kits include everything you need to complete. Because they are 80% lower Glock frames, there will be some machining to do in order to make it a functioning firearm. However, the tools and everything you need to do so will be present.
Our Polymer 80 Build kits include:
- PF940C Frame kit( Black, OD Green, FDE)
- PF940C Jig kit
- PF940C Drill Bits
- Glock 19 Gen 3 Skeleton Slide (Black, FDE, Tiffany Blue, Titanium Blue, Tungsten, Burnt Bronze)
- Glock 19 Gen 3 Lower Parts Kit
- Glock 19 Gen 3 Upper Parts Kit
- Glock 19 Gen 3 4” barrel
How to Build A Polymer 80 Glock Build kit
No experience or prior know-how is required to build a Polymer 80 build kit. The instruction manuals are very clear cut, and designed to help you make the process go as smoothly as possible. That being said, it is great to know where to go to find the help you need to complete. Click Here for detailed instructions on how to build your very own Polymer 80 build kit.
The Steps to complete P80:
- Drill holes for the pins on either side of the receiver
- Remove the barrel block and smoothen out the top of the receiver
- Ensure the barrel fits properly
- Install locking block rail system after removing front and rear
- Install rear rail module
Why Buy Polymer 80 Build kits?
The answer is simple. Polymer 80s are a great introduction into the world of handguns, especially for beginners. The build kit is based off of one of the most reliable platforms in the realm of handguns. This makes it a safer choice for many who are not yet comfortable with firearms in general. They are easy to build, and with forums, youtube, and other outlets, it is not hard to discover the subtleties of the polymer 80 platform. In fact, the continuing advancements in the community are growing so rapidly, that there is a surplus of information on these build kits. The Glock 19 platform is a very reliable platform, and just so happens to be what the PF940C is based off of. With the Polymer 80 build kit from SteelFox Firearms, you get the interchangeability of a great 80% system along with the reliable safety of the Glock platform. It is easily concealable, and easily customizable, giving you the perfect mix between practicality and function. Here at SteelFox Firearms, we pride ourselves on exceptional service, quality products, and speedy shipping. We do this with a flawless quality control system, and a live inventory so that no time is wasted from the time you purchase to the time it arrives at your door. Our Polymer 80 Build kit components have been selected and tested for optimal performance. Enjoy the building process, and the aftermath of a quality p80 build from SteelFoxFirearms Is Polymer Stronger than Steel? Polymer is a relatively new composite material. That is, it has not had the historical merit attributed to it like other more commonly used materials, like steel and wood have in the community. That being said, polymer has come a long way from its test trials, and has even become so advanced that it can perform better than steel in certain cases. Blunt damage is much easier for polymers to handle, and therefore can withstand a bit more than steel can, as any steel is not as forgiving. In a polymer 80, more than half of the materials are made up of polymer. It is much lighter than handguns of the same size with steel frames. This makes it much easier to conceal. The 9mm Luger round does not have a lot of kick back, which means that recoil will not be a big problem, even with how light the frame is.
Do I need to Serialize My Polymer 80?
The short answer is NO. The long one, however, is not so cut and dry. While it is perfectly legal in federal law to skip out on serializing your newly built 80% Polymer handgun, Some states do not agree. It is up to you, the customer, to know the Laws revolving around Polymer 80s and 80% lowers in your state.
Why Buy Polymer 80 Build Kits From SteelFox Firearms?
Here at SteelFox Firearms, we pride ourselves on exceptional service, quality products, and speedy shipping. We do this with a flawless quality control system, and a live inventory so that no time is wasted from the time you purchase to the time it arrives at your door. Our Polymer 80 Build kit components have been selected and tested for optimal performance. Enjoy the building process, and the aftermath of a quality p80 build from SteelFox Firearms.