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Old May 15th, 2019, 07:11 PM #31
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You could use that, I guess, if you're comfortable with it. I meant a regular 1/4" electric or cordless drill that everyone already has. You're only drilling a half-dozen small holes.
Thanks for the clarification. I'm glad you responded. I am much more comfortable with a cordless drill.
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anyone who has gotten one of these are the grips not as angled as the normal glock? I know some replacement frames like lone wolf have a better angle? Also have tehy banned these yet? I am still confused about them trying to.
Grip angle is 1911-esque on the Polymer80 PF940v2.

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anyone who has gotten one of these are the grips not as angled as the normal glock? I know some replacement frames like lone wolf have a better angle? Also have tehy banned these yet? I am still confused about them trying to.

"They" have not banned them. A town in CT. has banned possession
https://www.gunsamerica.com/digest/c...ns-ghost-guns/

and some states are discussing a ban of sorts. IANAL but my understanding is that making a legal activity retroactively illegal is not permissible under federal or constitutional law so get some sooner rather than later.
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Old May 15th, 2019, 08:33 PM #34
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thunder tactical is running a complete g19 469 less 10 % with code patriot. only caveat is they only ship signature required. learned that the hard way.
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I just need a drill press!!! What are you guys using, I think I'm just gonna buy one!
Get one. I use mine at least once a week. And I wouldn't do a Poly80 without one. Just do one side at a time. That ensures your holes are true and square.
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If one has a lower already, which product(s) are needed to complete.

These look like kits that include the lower.

https://80pbuilder.com/
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Get one. I use mine at least once a week. And I wouldn't do a Poly80 without one. Just do one side at a time. That ensures your holes are true and square.
That is exactly what the manufacturers tell you not to do. If the jig is not just right the drill press will not follow the jig holes like a cordless drill would. it will just make its own path potentially ruining the holes.
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That is exactly what the manufacturers tell you not to do. If the jig is not just right the drill press will not follow the jig holes like a cordless drill would. it will just make its own path potentially ruining the holes.
Right...when using a cross vice. If you clamp it down tight (like they recommend) THEN use the drill press ON EACH SIDE, you are getting better results than a cordless.


EDIT: But I've never built one, just in case any state employees are looking
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No. You can do it on the larger frame. PF45.
I've got the 10mm bug, any memorial day deals?
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