The polymer 80% gunsmithing kit represents the newest, easiest way to build a factory-spec handgun or polymer AR-15 at home. These 80% pistol frames and 80% receivers include American-made, affordable units with the necessary jig and tooling to cut and drill your blank, turning it into a firearm that's ready for final assembly.
Available Polymer80 Pistol Kits
Polymer80 pistol kits are compatible with gen 3 Glock® components in the corresponding caliber and frame size. Select one of the available 80% frame kits or pistol build kits by Glock® platform compatibility:
- PF940C is compatible with Glock 19, G23, and G32 handguns.
- PF940v2 is compatible with Glock 17, G22, G24, G31, G34, and G35 handguns.
- PF940SC is compatible with Glock 26, and G27 handguns.
Completing each frame or receiver requires drilling a few holes and removing excess polymer material using the included bits. These steps can be completed with basic hand tools (all you need is a vise, a Dremel, and some files). Little to no experience is required, thanks to easy-to-follow instructions! Once completed, simply pair your pistol frame with the appropriate Gen 3 Glock® barrel, slide, and parts kits, and hit the range in a single day.
Pistol Kit Features & Specs
- Doesn't require an FFL to buy or own
- 80% frame includes jig and drill bits
- Compatible with all Gen 3 Glock® parts
- Constructed of high-strength polymer
- Stainless-steel Locking Block Rail System (LBRS)
- Stainless-steel Drop-in Rear Rail Module (RRM)
- Includes blank serialization plate
Polymer80 AR-15 and .308 80% Lowers
We're also excited to introduce polymer 80% lower receiver options for the AR-15 (5.56/.223) and .308 (DPMS Gen 1, LR-308)! If you've been wanted to shed weight and build the lightest AR-15 or .308 rifle possible, you've in the right place.
These polymer lowers weigh just 0.3 pounds. Once assembled, they reduce weight by around 50% compared to traditional aluminum receivers! Our friends over at Polymer80 took the time to ensure these lowers are capable of handling high-powered rifle rounds. Many customers have already built their black rifle or pistol using polymer, to great effect.
Polymer80 Features and Specs:
- No FFL required to buy or own
- Includes its own 80% lower jig
- Includes all necessary bits and tooling
- 100% compatible with retail AR-15 parts
- .308 lowers compatible with DPMS LR-308 platform
- Made of high-strength, reinforced polymer
Federally Legal to Buy and Build
Polymer80's frames and lowers are not considered firearms under federal law. The ATF Recognizes these units as receiver blanks, defined as un-fabricated and non-functioning firearm parts. They do not require an FFL to buy or own, nor do they require a background check under federal law. Contrary to federal law, some states have either restricted or banned the sale, transfer, and ownership of 80% lowers, firearm blanks, and other gun parts. Because of these restrictions, we cannot ship our products to certain states. Please confirm whether your state is restricted on our Shipping & Return Policy before placing an order. We cannot fulfill orders to restricted states if placed.
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