The question above is asked a lot and I can understand why – drill presses can make accurate holes. Surprisingly though – DO NOT USE A DRILL PRESS WITH YOUR POLYMER80 JIG! How’s that for an emphatic answer – now let me explain why this is so. The cool jig that Polymer80 came up with … Continue reading Do I need a drill press for drilling Polymer80 frames?
Folks, we believe we have the right to build our own firearms and have supported the Polymer80 Glock-style frames for a while now. You can build a very reliable and accurate pistol off of their frames If you need the 3 or 4mm drill bits that the Polymer80 pistol frames use or the end mill … Continue reading Are you looking for the drill bits and end mill for your Polymer80 pistol build? If so, we have them and a sanding kit!
A fellow emailed me wanting to upgrade his Polymer80 from the generic OEM Glock sights that I don’t think really excite anyone to something that would be more visible in general and also work in the dark. My answer was immediate – go with the TRUGLO TFX Pro Tritium and Fiber Optic Xtreme sights. The … Continue reading What are the best affordable tritium and fiber optic sights for Polymer80 and Glock pistols?
I don’t claim to be a Glock or Polymer80 guru by any means and I just learned a little detail that makes a world of difference. My problem was that with both my PF940v2 based Glock 34-style and PF940CL based Glock 17/19 hybrid, my bolts would lock open once in a while randomly. To be … Continue reading Why Is My Polymer80 Slide Randomly Locking Open?
A reader emailed me the other day asking how I liked my PF940CL and the short answer is that I do like it. For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, the PF940CL is a hybrid design using a Glock17 upper but having the lower that uses Glock 17 parts *but* uses Glock 19 … Continue reading Polymer80 PF940CL Review
Hi folks, a gentleman wrote me the other day that he had a PF940v2 Polymer80 frame but not drill bits and asked what size he needed. I checked and the rear trigger housing and front locking block pin needs a 3mm drill and the trigger pin needs a 4mm drill – note that this can … Continue reading What Size Are The Drill Bits For Polymer80 Glock Frames
There’s no two ways about it, people are scared. They are getting fed a constant stream of bad news and violence from the mainstream media and are buying firearms. There’s also a ton of people who are building firearms. I’m a fan of Polymer80 frame based pistols due to the improvements they made so I’ve … Continue reading How to Find Polymer80 Frames and Parts During The Current Panic
Folks, I am always trying to learn more about how to troubleshoot Polymer80s and improve reliability. There is fellow who goes by “Tactical Toolbox” on Youtube and he produced this excellent video on troubleshooting these pistols. It’s definitely worth watching! Be sure to check him out on Youtube and subscribe to his channel. I’ve written … Continue reading Video: The Ultimate Polymer80 Glock Troubleshooting Guide By Tactical Toolbox