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Polymer80

Polymer80 Spectre 80% Pistol Frame

Polymer80 Spectre 80% Pistol Frame

Availability: In stock

$149.99

Details

Details


This product is compatible with Glock17 Gen3 3-pin parts kit and upper receiver. 
Is this product legal in your state?  We urge you to research your state laws regarding the purchase & ownership of 80% Pistol Frames before buying this product.

Products Included in the "Spectre" Kit:

"Spectre" 80% Polymer Pistol Frame 1 each
Polymer Jig 1 each
Drill Bits & End-Mill Bits Kit 1 each
Locking Block 1 each

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU P80-SpectreKit
Manufacturer Polymer80
Finish No
Barrel Length No
Caliber No
Configuration No
Option No
MOA No
Gas Length No
Height No
Rail Length No
Mount No
Profile No
Reticle No
Co Witness No
Size No

Reviews

Customer Reviews (25)

No commentReview by Roger
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No commentReview by Christian
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No commentReview by Robert
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No commentReview by Terence
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great cust. service, price, fast shipping. Have not yet put together, I'am
waiting for g17 slide before I start. Everything looks good. Thanks! (Posted on 8/5/2016)
No commentReview by Angel
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do you sell the complete 17 slides (Posted on 8/4/2016)
No commentReview by Joshua
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The frame is well put together, there's a million videos on youtube of how to complete it either with a drill press or with a dremel. I used a dremel, and it didn't turn out perfect, but I tested it out at the range, and it works. The grip itself is a little too big for my (small) hands, but I still like it. Someone online compared this grip to that of the M249 SAW, and I think that's pretty accurate. I prefer the small size and grip angle to my Lone Wolf Timberwolf frame, but for the price, you cannot beat the Polymer80. And you save even more money by not having to deal with an FFL. Comes with all the mill pieces and drill bits you'll need; and the locking block is made of steel and installs really easily. If you're even looking at this frame, then you're going to like it; buy it. (Posted on 8/1/2016)
No commentReview by Robert
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Not for newbs and do you really need this?Review by CZPete
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OK, there are several issues with this kit.

1) You really need professional level machinery to execute it properly, a small hobby drill press will just not do. I suggest a minimum of a 13" drill press, or better, a full sized mill. Any cross vises will need a capacity of around 6" to handle the jig for at least one part of the job, if you go the drill press method. I suppose it could be done with hand tools, but it would be time consuming and not the best quality solution.

2) Even using proper procedures as provided by the manufacturer, there is the possibility that your parts will not interface properly. One such problem is usually the magazine release not engaging the magazine properly. That is fixed by modifying the magazine release to better engage the magazine in the proper area. The other main problem is in the sear/striker interface. This is a bit more problematic as changing the geometry can produce a dangerous condition or cause a low reliability problem (trigger won't go bang every time). Luckily, Polymer80 does provide tech support for their product, but that also required time and patience to diagnose and see if there are any solutions to your particular problem.

Unless you are well versed in the function of a Glock and it's components, I would not suggest this frame. An armorer level knowledge is required to assure proper fitment. Above all, be careful and do not follow many of the YouTube videos available, as the manufacturer also warns.

It all depends on how badly you need an unregistered pistol frame which you can never transfer to anyone. (Posted on 7/19/2016)
No commentReview by steven
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Never received merchandise and after multiple contact attempts in e-mail and phone, chose to dispute the charge with credit card company. (Posted on 7/13/2016)
No commentReview by Bryce
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Very easy, works great. Very happy. (Posted on 7/9/2016)
No commentReview by Darwin
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No commentReview by Aaron
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two words to describe the polymer 80 frame. Friggin' awesome!
Also, as a former Spanaway resident, I am happy to find your Wa based business. (Posted on 7/3/2016)
No commentReview by jason
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No commentReview by Elliot
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Have not started on it yet but I have seen them completed and it looks great when finished. Looking for special parts to start the build (Posted on 6/22/2016)
First Timer @ Building GunReview by Robert
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This was tricky for me as I did not have a mill, but did have a small bench drill press which I took my time at milling the frame to be extremely careful not to screw up. I have built a few ARs and work with hand tools on cars and so forth and couldn't wait to get my hands on this frame and a I was completely amazed that I was able to pull this off in little time. Most of it using a file and sand paper to clean up what I left from my minimal milling of the frame.

I was able to use my brothers Glock 22 gen 2 for some comparison and it came in handy as I used my mic to measure clearances as I didn't want to take off too much in the slide areas.

I installed a gen 3 slide from a doaner Glock 22 that I got off riverofguns.com for $300 to save a little dough and yesterday I was finally able to take it out and test shoot and loved every moment! I dropped in Lone Wolf 9mm conversion barrel and it did well, too.

I will say that this is easy to do for a novice and that being said I would buy another and highly recommend this to anyone that is looking to but together an inexpensive hand gun.

Not that tricky!!! (Posted on 6/20/2016)
EasyReview by Gunny
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I just built and tested one of these.....I think an 8 year old could build this....Now that said,
you do have to put out some effort...but is was easy to do and I will be building more...
I built a Glock 34...ran just fine, good or better as any other of my Glocks.......Total investment in this gun was just under $600.00 and about 2 hours of work....best part....no FFL....Nice (Posted on 6/16/2016)
TrickyReview by Damian
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Multiple aspects of the project are tricky and the fit/function of certain OEM parts was a little suspect. For example, you must install the spring for the mag button perfectly or it will not catch the magazine release part properly. I also had difficulty installing the slide catch, since there was not quite enough clearance to get it in easily. Both of these aspects did not involve any milling/drilling and should have installed like an OEM Glock. I am now trying to figure out how to pull the slide off, because the slide lock is not giving enough clearance when attempting the normal disassembly. If I had to do it over a gain, it would have been cheaper/easier to just by a lower from gunbroker and build out from there...

The milling part was fine, but I had to spend a lot of time with the file to perfectly fit the slide to frame. It fits tight, but I am having issues with the slide locking back when I hold down the trigger and racking the slide to test reset; this should not happen. When I hold the slide lock button down and then rack the slide, it works fine, but I will need to trouble shoot this to allow the trigger/side cycle to run like an OEM Glock.

Key Issues:
1) I can't disassemble, e.g. remove upper slide from lower receiver
2) Slide lock engages when trigger is held after pull and slide is cycled

Pros:
1) Slide to fit is amazing, since it was hand-fitted by many hours of file use...
2) Trigger pull is nice, but this partly due to a PWS EDS upper coupled with my hand-polished lower parts I installed...

I will send a not to 80% polymer to determine what can be done... (Posted on 6/6/2016)
@Disappointing results Review by MatthewReview by Robert
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My first one ended up like Matthew's review, I contacted Poymer80 and they helped troubleshoot, after my second one two things helped,

1: push the drill bits through after the holes are drilled and run the drill back out.

2: Do not follow youtube videos.

You get what you put in, take your time, work slow and deliberate, find out which pins go where from a reliable source, make sure your third party kit is correct, right length/diameter pins etc.

Its a good kit from a good company! (Posted on 6/1/2016)
Not happyReview by Majorwest
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I also have vast experience with building, fixing and maintaining firearms but these have several bugs that should have been worked out before mass selling them. The locking block was nearly 1/8 to long and the barrel would not even seat properly until I milled it down on my Bridgeport. Holes are off for popper placement of trigger and lock block. This causes an excessive amount of trigger pull. The slide also sits a full 1/4 forward. I dont feel safe using live ammo so not even sure if it will fire but I have doubts. Going to seek a refund from the manufactures. (Posted on 5/31/2016)
Disappointing resultsReview by Matthew
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I consider myself a pretty capable person, and am mechanically inclined. I have poor results with this frame.
I believe one of the pin holes in the jig is off, as I drilled where I was supposed to but the ejector has some noticeable play in it. The trigger does not go off unless it is at the very back of the frame and you apply well over 9 pounds of pressure, and I am having cycling problems. Plus, with every couple shots the magazine falls out from the recoil (and no, I am not bumping it accidentally). I have more hands-on pistol shooting experience than most people. (Posted on 5/19/2016)

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