The PF940v2 is Polymer80Ãs next generation of polymer 80% frames for Glock handguns, bringing improved ergonomics, features and looks to the popular Polymer80 frames.
The PF940v2 allows Glock 17, 22, 31, 34, & 35 owners to create a customized handgun, exactly suited for any application.Ã³the customization possibilities are endless.
Improved next generation ergonomics make for a great shooting pistol
High strength reinforced polymer construction provides a great basis for a reliable & durable gun
Aggressive texture on the PF940v2 ensures positive retention
ReadyMod version allows user to completely stipple and customize frame
Picatinny rail is compatible with all standard lights, lasers & accessories
Stainless steel locking block ensures positive operation & a lifetime of use
Stainless steel drop-in rear rail module interfaces with the slide and holds up to hard abuse
Hardened front and rear rail system pins ensure slide/rail/frame interface is rock solid
Includes complete finishing jig
Complete Finishing Jig and Drill Bit
The 80% frame features are carried over from the original Polymer80 frames, making your build incredibly straightforward to complete. New grip profiling and improved overall design, make this not only an easier frame to operate and shoot, but looks great mounted to your favorite slide.
The PF940v2 is compatible with Glock 17/22/31/34/35 frame components.
NOTE: ***Cannot ship this Product to the following States: New Jersey, Connecticut, Washington, Illinois (Cook and Chicago County), Maryland, Washington, Hawaii, Rhode Island and Washington DC***
ETS Mag For Glock 9mm 31 Rd Smoke
Fits Glock 17/22,19/23 Gen 3 and Gen 4 Models
This ETS magazine features extreme impact resistance, creep resistant feed lips and a translucent body that allows you to see your ammo count and type. It is compatible with Glock and aftermarket floorplates.
NOTE: Not offered for sale or delivery in states with natural capacity magazine limits or restrictions, including the District of Columbia, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York, or any local cities or counties with bans, restrictions or licensing