Polymer 80 PF940CV1 Compact Pistol Frame Kit For Glock 19/23/32 - GreyThere is NO version 2 of this compact pistol frames. This is the latest and greatest. The full size frames are now offered in V2. The compact frame has no need for an update.
Polymer80 is pleased to present the PF940C 80% Compact Pistol Frame in Grey finish. Offering compatibility with Glock® 19/23 Gen3 components, the PF940C is an industry first. Features like the extended beaver tail, double undercut trigger guard, and a thumb ledge considerably enhance the ergonomics allowing for an effective grip and improved recoil mitigation.
COMES WITH EVERYTHING YOU NEED. JIG AND TOOLS INCLUDED.
TEXTURED GRIP MODEL
SEE OUR NEW G19 GEN 3 STRIPPED SLIDES! SAFETY ENGRAVING OPTION
- Enhanced Ergonomics and Features
- High-Strength Reinforced Polymer Construction
- Aggressive and Adaptable Grip Texture
- Picatinny/STANAG Compliant Accessory Rail
- Blank Serialization Plate
- Stainless Steel Locking Block Rail System
- Stainless Steel Rear Rail Module
- Hardened Rail System Pins
- Complete Finishing Jig, Drill bits and End Mill Included
- Compatible with Glock® 19/23 Gen3 Components
- Patent Pending
This is a service option and is NOT required by any means.
We've added an engraving option for those of you in California trying to machine and engrave your 80% lowers before AB 857 takes affect. This option is available to residents of other states as well, if for whatever reason you decide to do so.
The engraving will be done on the small metal plate located on the frames rail section. The letters/numbers will meet or exceed ATF depth requirements and character size, however, they will be very small due to the limited space on the metal plate.
Engraving a serial number on the frame does NOT make it a registered firearm. It simply eliminates a step and can be done before finishing the frame.
PLEASE NOTE: We are not lawyers and we do not keep up with California laws. The information above is only provided as a general reference. It is the responsibility of the manufacturer to do their due diligence and make sure they are staying in compliance with local and state laws. Laws are updated and changed often; make sure you are up to date. We cannot and will not provide any legal advice as we are not lawyers.