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    Any one build a Poly80 custom Glock?

    Thinking about using this stand down time to build a Poly80 Custom Glock 19. Anyone done a Poly 80? I see most places are sold out, ....might be a little hard to find one at this time. Any suggestions for the build if I find a kit?
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    rockybrass.com currently has frames for about a $100 or so.
    I've built several kits and my advice Is go slow and test fit often.
    I've only ever used OEM complete slide assembly's and used standard lower parts kits, be aware not all 3rd party parts play nice with each other, do some research to be sure.
    I also watched a"lot" of Poly 80 build videos before starting my first one.

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    If I can do this, any monkey can!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxVet33 View Post
    Very good price, but I like the Poly80 cuts better, especially the undercut of the trigger housing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxVet33 View Post
    If I can do this, any monkey can!!!!!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuFY...ndex=34&t=390s
    This is one of the better instructional videos on YouTube. The cut down snips is something I have owned for a while...not for a gun builds but have found it useful for other projects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxVet33 View Post
    Yes sir, I've had them in my tool box forever, used for many jobs, but never, ever thought I'd build a weapon with them. "). I bought a new pair and ground them down just for this build. I never thought I'd own a Glock. I was in the Army in the 70's and have owned 1911's ONLY for decades. Never even touched a Glock. Live and Learn. I built a hybrid, 17 slide on a 19 receiver. Runs great and shoots straight. It's now my truck HG. Stay safe. Pray for PQTUS and the Generals!
    I have seen s few of these G17 slide on a 19 frame..why is this so popular?

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    I think It's more popular because It has a full length slide and a concealable G19 grip length something Glock did the opposite of with the G45 I never got the point to that, I mean you know It's O.K. to put a G17 mag In your G19 If you want to right It's kinda why I carry the 17rnd as a spare.
    I also have plans to build one or five of these as well.....C'mon how many walks can a guy take during self Isolation.

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    Most popular to me as I purchased for $74 around Christmas, plus I got another for my birthday. That's like a sore hoo-hoo, u can't beat it..........
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