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Old 04-15-2018, 02:33 PM   #101 (permalink)
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the dust cover is longer, and the barrel lug is different
you use a little dingus on the dust cover, and an extended g19 barrel (or make your own barrel from a blank like I'd do)

With how high slides are I think I'll just keep an eye out for a 17 or 36 and cut the grip frame down to take 19 mags.
No shit. I see the used slide and parts taken from 17’s and 19’s go for more than the police turn ins sell for. The 80% thing has made the market crazy. The 80% lower I built is going to turn into a long slide 19 this way.

https://www.brownells.com/handgun-pa...25-216432.aspx
Well, you can build a "glock" without using any glock parts now.
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Old 04-15-2018, 02:47 PM   #102 (permalink)
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Well, you can build a "glock" without using any glock parts now.
Yes, but not for cheaper than a genuine gen3 Glock costs. There are people buying police turn ins, stripping everything off the receiver and selling the “kit” for a profit.

Kits for $379 on eBay.

https://m.ebay.com/itm/Glock-22-Gen-...8AAOSwnbZYCqEn

Police turn in Glock 22 is only $300ish.

https://www.aimsurplus.com/product.a...&groupid=10466

Edit: If they don’t come out with a gen 4 80% lower soon I bet the market figures this out and gen 3 guns will end up going for more than gen 4’s.

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Old 04-15-2018, 03:15 PM   #103 (permalink)
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Yea, I will have about $525 into mine, but that will be with a threaded barrel, suppressor height night sights, and the slide is cut for a RMR.
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Old 04-16-2018, 08:56 PM   #104 (permalink)
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why would you want a $600 40? they're like $300 all day

Also, so this is where all the 17 and 34 slides went. Fuck. Wanted to stick a longer slide on my 19, but I guess that ain't happening now.
Idk, just looking at options to build it exactly the way I want. I've had an XD40 and M&P 40, just looking at Glock options because I've never had one.

But you're right, a 40 doesn't seem like its worth it in this instance, 9 it is.
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Old 05-01-2018, 07:44 AM   #105 (permalink)
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I ordered a new PF940v2 in FDE to replace the older version of the frame on this gun:



According to California, this would technically be a "zip gun," but the new v2 has a stainless plate for engraving. Bought it from righttobear.com, and paid an extra $20 to engrave my name, location and serial #.

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Got this in the mail:




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Old 05-22-2018, 02:26 PM   #106 (permalink)
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Just noticed it says out of stock. Email said currently only in black but will be available in more colors soon.
PF940SC™ 80% SubCompact Frame

The next installment in the PF-Series™ has arrived. The industry’s only 80% Subcompact Polymer Pistol Frame offers a new generation of ergonomics and features. Built with high-strength reinforced polymer construction, the PF940SC™ comes with everything necessary to complete a Gen 3 Glock® 26/27-compatible pistol frame. It is available with our aggressive standard grip texture or ReadyMod® blank grip for custom stippling and modification.

The kit includes:
  1. 80% Polymer Pistol Frame
  2. Polymer Jig
  3. Locking Block Rail System and Rear Rail Module
  4. Drill Bits and End Mill
Available colors:
Black, Flat Dark Earth, OD Green, Gray, Cobalt, Robin Egg Blue, White


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Old 05-24-2018, 08:52 AM   #107 (permalink)
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Finally got mine put together and the rear rail was crooked, could not put the slide on. They are sending me a new rear rail.
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Old 05-25-2018, 06:20 AM   #108 (permalink)
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Does anyone HATE theirs as much as I do mine?

I finished mine in the mill...overkill, but accurate. I got it to use with an AA .22 conversion upper I had around. It works fine sometimes. The rest of the time it fukn sucks...jam-o-matic pile of shit. I can put the upper on one of my lowers and it's fine. I haven't tried a Glock upper on it. The grip and the angle of it suck. If I could sell this pile of shit in good conscience I would, but I'm not going to pass along the problems.
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Old 05-25-2018, 06:37 AM   #109 (permalink)
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Full size or compact? I hated the full size. I like the compact a lot but the trigger spring likes to jump off and the gun is a hair wider than a Glock so it doesn’t fit in Kydex holsters. I just bought the subcompact recently But haven’t completed it.
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Full size. I grabbed it again this a.m. and remembered how much it sucks.
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Full size. I grabbed it again this a.m. and remembered how much it sucks. <a href="https://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/images/smilies/grinpimp.gif" border="0" alt="" title="grinpimp" >:-)</a>
Sounds like the first generation. If the rear rail replacement works out on my compact, I will probably buy the 2nd gen full size to replace my G22 frame, or I might just send out my G22 frame to get stippled and finger bumps removed.
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I decided to take it along with me today with some more expensive ammo. It decided that it likes Mini Mags and didn't give me any problems. On any other Glock frame it will eat anything I feed it. Maybe it's a little too tight?

I still hate the feel of the fukn grip and the 1911 angle it has.
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Brownells $109 sale is back. Coupon: M3P

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Finally got mine put together and the rear rail was crooked, could not put the slide on. They are sending me a new rear rail.
The new rear rail does not line up with the hole in the frame either. I cannot push the rail down far enough in the frame to install the slide. The rail still sticks up too high.



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I just assembled a PF940C the other day and I had a very hard time getting that rear rail section in place, but it did eventually go together. I kinda rocked one side down, tapped the pin most of the way in, then rocked the other side down... if that makes sense.
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I just assembled a PF940C the other day and I had a very hard time getting that rear rail section in place, but it did eventually go together. I kinda rocked one side down, tapped the pin most of the way in, then rocked the other side down... if that makes sense.
Yes, it does, I try to give it another go today.
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So, now they want me to cut the frame in half so they can send me a new one, but I would need to re-use the jig and parts from the kit I already have.
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Well I finally got around to finishing the second frame. I have not fired it yet, but at least the slide fits and moves freely on this one.

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I seem to recall I had this very same issue but I don’t recall how I resolved it honestly. I’m sure it involved force.
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I seem to recall I had this very same issue but I don’t recall how I resolved it honestly. I’m sure it involved force.
How has it been running? Is it reliable?
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I finally got a chance to run a 30 round mag through each of my P80's. One had two light primer strikes (with cheapo Tula steel, so I can't rule out the ammo being at fault), and the other had one light primer strike and one stovepipe (with the same Tula steel). It's not the best initial test results, but I have a feeling it'll get better with good ammo and some more rounds run through it.
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How has it been running? Is it reliable?
I probably haven’t put 200 rounds through it. The only issues I’ve had are
Due to the trigger spring jumping out and I think that’s cause I put it in upside down
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I finally got a chance to run a 30 round mag through each of my P80's. One had two light primer strikes (with cheapo Tula steel, so I can't rule out the ammo being at fault), and the other had one light primer strike and one stovepipe (with the same Tula steel). It's not the best initial test results, but I have a feeling it'll get better with good ammo and some more rounds run through it.
Were you running factory Glock internals in the gun, or has some trigger work been done?
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Were you running factory Glock internals in the gun, or has some trigger work been done?
I used the Lone Wolf receiver parts kit. I don't think any of it is factory Glock. The trigger is supposed to be adjustable, but I haven't looked into it yet.
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I am planning to put a few hundred rounds through mine this weekend.
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