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Anyone own one of the Poly80 complete serialized firearms? Do they take Glock 19 Gen 3 parts and after market parts like a Glock 19? I like the different frame, trigger and texture of that build, but would like to know if I wanted to further customize it would it be easy.
 

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Anyone own one of the Poly80 complete serialized firearms? Do they take Glock 19 Gen 3 parts and after market parts like a Glock 19? I like the different frame, trigger and texture of that build, but would like to know if I wanted to further customize it would it be easy.
I don't own a serialized frame but do own P 80's,as far as I know they only produce one line of P 80 Glock pattern frame, the same frame serilized and yes they utilize Gen 3 & 4 parts. As to after market parts yes they do,however one must remember even within Glock OEM the tolerance stacking due to the design, some incur more + or- in that range of limits
For my self the number one one reason to adopt the P 80 was the improved ergonomics,texture that is closer to perfection than Gastons idea of perfection.
 
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Just bought a Poly80 completed. Good deal with leo/mil discount and my collected points total was $472 OTD. Cleaned and lubed, ready for the range tomorrow. You are so right about the ergonomics....nice 1911 feel to it. Trigger is also great...smooth, clean break and very quick reset. Good real rail and the undercuts are much better than the Glock 19 stock frame.

Going to shoot it for at least 500 rds before I even think about after market parts.....then only IF I think it will make a big difference. So far I think I like it better than the 43x I have....and that is saying a lot!
 

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I predict you a really going to like it, enjoy.
 

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. . . nice 1911 feel to it.
It'll feel even more like a 1911 with a Timney trigger in it. Recently I put one of these in an F940v2 frame and was totally impressed. 3lb pull, zero take up mush, super crisp break.

Does anyone know where I can get a holster to fit this frame and the G34 slide I put on top of it? I've looked at all the manufacturers listed on the Poly80 website as well as Tokayskydex on Etsy. No luck.
 

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It'll feel even more like a 1911 with a Timney trigger in it. Recently I put one of these in an F940v2 frame and was totally impressed. 3lb pull, zero take up mush, super crisp break.

Does anyone know where I can get a holster to fit this frame and the G34 slide I put on top of it? I've looked at all the manufacturers listed on the Poly80 website as well as Tokayskydex on Etsy. No luck.
These guys were quick and good quality.
 

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It'll feel even more like a 1911 with a Timney trigger in it. Recently I put one of these in an F940v2 frame and was totally impressed. 3lb pull, zero take up mush, super crisp break.

Does anyone know where I can get a holster to fit this frame and the G34 slide I put on top of it? I've looked at all the manufacturers listed on the Poly80 website as well as Tokayskydex on Etsy. No luck.
I see where Dark Star produces more than a few designs for P 80's,dont know if they have what you are looking for but it's worth a shot.
 
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