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Polymer80 PF9SS™ 80% Single Stack Pistol Frame and Jig Kit (Glock® 43 Compatible)



The BIY, or "build-it-yourself" aspect of our industry has caught on and is now making its way into many more types of firearms than just the AR-15. This definitely includes the Glock® compatible type of pistol in a big way. Lucky for you, we now carry the PF9SS™, the Glock® 43 compatible, single-stack frame by Polymer80. This means you can build your own single stack Glock® compatible EDC or backup gun, starting with this awesome black frame. Also, lucky for you, since it's shipped to you in its 80% form, it's not legally considered a firearm, which means no paperwork to fill out and no legal hoops to jump through.

Polymer80 has improved the original "brick" design of the Glock® with many ergonomic upgrades too. This black P80 frame's got a more aggressive grip texture for a more positive interaction with the surface of your hand. It's got both an extended beavertail and a double undercut trigger guard, so you can really get your grip high on the frame for more control, less felt recoil, and faster follow-up shots. It's also got ledges on the sides for indexing with your thumb, so you can find the same solid grip every single time.

PF9SS Features and Specs

  • Compatible with Glock® 43 Components
  • Built for either 9mm Luger or .40 S&W caliber
  • Comes with jig, drill bits, and end mill bit
  • Improved ergonomics and features
  • Reinforced hardened polymer
  • Factory-style grip texture
  • Picatinny/STANAG-Compliant Accessory Rail
  • Blank Serialization Plate
  • Stainless Steel Locking Block Rail System
  • Stainless Steel Rear Rail Module
  • Hardened Pins for LBRS and RRM

The PF940C doesn't require an FFL!

Because it isn't drilled, machined, or made functional, the ATF doesn't consider the Polymer80 frame to be a firearm. The ATF describes 80% frames like these as "receiver blanks". That means the PF9SS and all our other Polymer80 Frame and Jig kits can be shipped directly to your front door with no FFL or firearms transfer paperwork required. The ATF also says it's legal to build a firearm for personal use with no FFL required. State and local firearm laws do vary. Check your state and local laws before completing your frame and building your pistol.

Looking for a FAQ or guide on the Polymer80 frame? We broke it all down here.

Here are Polymer80's instuctions.


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