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    Default Polymer 80 handguns

    I'm looking to purchase a polymer 80 kit online and was wondering if they're legal in PA. Are these legal to buy build and shoot in PA?

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    Quote Originally Posted by Will3212 View Post
    I'm looking to purchase a polymer 80 kit online and was wondering if they're legal in PA. Are these legal to buy build and shoot in PA?
    yes , yes ... and very much yes 117596173_995864247529431_6641230101909504643_n.jpg

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    Any good site you recommend buying from?

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    Best price Iíve found has been rockeybrass.com for the kits. And one of the few Iíve found that still sells the kits with rail modules included since the atf changed their definitions. If youíve never done one before, go slow, take your time, and be methodical. And use OEM Glock parts. These can be picky about aftermarket mix and match stuff. The worst part of the build was milling the guide rod channel block out. Use a very sharp knife; donít bother with the dremel/rasp/sanding drum method. Needle files are your friend also.

    Do it now while you still can. Good luck finding factory Glock parts kits for a reasonable price though. I had to purchase each item from the kits individually to build mine (LPK and slide parts kits were either non existent or $200+ per kit)

    HK, whereíd you find that mag well? And is that talon grip tape I see or a custom job?
    Last edited by Woodwanderer; October 23rd, 2020 at 11:01 PM.

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    They got the buy build shoot kits for $580, are those good?

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    Quote Originally Posted by Will3212 View Post
    They got the buy build shoot kits for $580, are those good?
    Itís everything in one package but requires FFL and they are serialized...I wouldnít hesitate to buy one for convenience if I were to build another one. Cheaper than the $1200 I spend on mine, but I have the lightened RMR cut slide and a vortex viper

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    The AG tried to pull some crap recently with 80% lowers but the overreach of power didn't stick thankfully

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    Just ordered my first last night. I ordered a Strike 80, which is a collaboration between Strike Ind. and Polymer 80. I plan on taking my time to acquire all of the other needed parts. Yesterday, all of a sudden I got a bunch of "back in stock" e-mails for Polymer 80's from various retailers. The 19 kits have been out for a while.

    https://www.strikeindustries.com/si-strike80-c.html
    Globalism started "it". Reject the "new normal".

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodwanderer View Post
    Itís everything in one package but requires FFL and they are serialized...I wouldnít hesitate to buy one for convenience if I were to build another one. Cheaper than the $1200 I spend on mine, but I have the lightened RMR cut slide and a vortex viper
    I'd rather not got through a FFL, not that I cant pass a background check. I have a LTCF. Just dont like being registered in their record of sale database.

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    Default Re: Polymer 80 handguns

    I'm a total guru at the polymer 80. If you want any tips/tricks you can pm me and I can go on and on about p80

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