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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    Quote Originally Posted by vladtepes View Post
    the Poly 80 is exactly what I am looking at... do you think the frame is ergonomically superior to the Glock frame?

    I think I would like the Grip a lot more..
    I do

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    FYI poly 80 is making a grip module for the sig right now only downside is that the cost is still stupid almost twice the price, not talking poly 80 just standard sig parts and kits. To me until it comes down considerably the sig variant isn't worth it for what your getting out of it. With the poly 80 you get a better all around grip, the double undercut, the beavertail , and better grip texture. These to me are upgrades that would cost extra .... now that's not to say some want to build one to build one Christ knows I keep building them.

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    +1 for the P80 and the JSD Supply guys.
    If you don't like the aggressive grip texture you can always sand it down a bit.

    Given the current anti 2A political climate, I encourage everyone to build at least one 80% gun.
    I never would have even considered it, but now that Liberal Democrats are treating Constitutionally protected law abiding gun owners as "terrorists", I think every responsible citizen should learn how to build their own gun.
    How can you have any cookies if you don't drink your milk?

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    nice.. is that gray?

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    Quote Originally Posted by vladtepes View Post
    nice.. is that gray?
    Yeah tactical gray to be specific one of ... well at least one lol.

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Berncly View Post
    +1 for the P80 and the JSD Supply guys.
    If you don't like the aggressive grip texture you can always sand it down a bit.

    Given the current anti 2A political climate, I encourage everyone to build at least one 80% gun.
    I never would have even considered it, but now that Liberal Democrats are treating Constitutionally protected law abiding gun owners as "terrorists", I think every responsible citizen should learn how to build their own gun.
    I also believe it's even more important in PA with our "not a registry"-registry of handguns.

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    thanks for all the good info..

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    Quote Originally Posted by vladtepes View Post
    thanks for all the good info..
    beyond that check out the polymer 80 master builders group if your getting into it they are on facebook JSD supply is actually a member also check out marine gun builder. Also I've done well my share if you need info.

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    everything went great.. what a difference over the factory Glock grip.. thanks for the info on legality..

    I had a couple small issues getting everything to play well together.. but once I got it fitted nicely.. and through about 50 rounds through it.. it started running great.. the last 50 + rounds of the morning ran through without even a hiccup..

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    Default Re: 80% Glock Lower Legal?

    Quote Originally Posted by vladtepes View Post
    everything went great.. what a difference over the factory Glock grip.. thanks for the info on legality..

    I had a couple small issues getting everything to play well together.. but once I got it fitted nicely.. and through about 50 rounds through it.. it started running great.. the last 50 + rounds of the morning ran through without even a hiccup..
    Congrats!
    Check out combatarmory.com for crazy deals on cheap barrels if you wanna build out a second..

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