POLYMER80 has done it again with the new PF940v2. Version 2 80%er will let you build your own custom GLOCK 17/22/33/34/35. I got to shoot the V2 at TriggerCon and they are all that and then some. The V2 has two sets of metal rails and many features previously only seen on high dollar custom […]
POLYMER80 has done it again with the new PF940v2. Version 2 80%er will let you build your own custom GLOCK 17/22/33/34/35. I got to shoot the V2 at TriggerCon and they are all that and then some. The V2 has two sets of metal rails and many features previously only seen on high dollar custom modified frames.
“We have learned quite a bit since the release of the v1 frame.” said Alex Brodsky, VP of Marketing at Polymer80. “The PF940C™ compact frame, for example, was designed with significantly improved ergonomics and aftermarket features. Since the compact’s release, an overwhelming majority of our customers and dealers have asked that we update the original standard size frame with similar features.”
The PF940v2™ is compatible with components for 3-pin: 9mm G17, 34, 17L; .40S&W G22, 35, 24; and .357Sig G31.
Some of the major changes seen in PF940v2™ include a slimmer grip that is available with an aggressive texture or blank ReadyMod™ style, a double undercut on the trigger guard, and a stainless steel rear rail module, which has been the most requested feature. The PF940v2™ comes with a Picatinny/STANAG compliant accessory rail that features an embedded blank serialization plate. Much like its predecessor, the PF940v2™ kit includes a finishing jig, drill bits, and an end mill, which allows the end-user to successfully convert the frame into a functioning firearm in the privacy of their home.
“We’ve been conducting PF940v2™ range tests for two months now,” said Mike Guttridge, VP of Product. “The aftermarket product compatibility tests have been concluded as well, and we feel confident to start the initial production. We hope to bring the PF940v2™ frame kit to market sometime in the fall.”
What is an 80% Receiver?
An 80% Receiver is a partially completed piece of material that requires special tooling and skills to be completed and considered a firearm. Unlike a firearm receiver it is not required to be transferred through a Federal Firearms Licensed holder (FFL).
I have been checking the web daily waiting for the release of the PF940v2. I built two of the compacts and I am very excited about getting my hands on the full sized model. Shooting the V2 at TriggerCon showed me they were everything I expected with mag release cut outs, textured grip, under cut trigger guard and a flared mag well.
With the PF940v2 ergonomics and customization have had a beautiful baby that can accept factory and after market Glock® 17, 22, 33, 34, & 35 parts. No need to buy a new gun and throw away parts, buy everything new and make exactly what you want. The V2 is available in the standard PF940v2 with aggressively textured grips or the PF940v2-ReadyMod with blank grips for custom stippling—the customization possibilities are endless.
What do you get with the PF940v2?
- Improved next generation ergonomics make for a great shooting pistol
- High strength reinforced polymer construction provides a great basis for a reliable & durable gun
- Aggressive texture on the PF940v2 ensures positive retention
- ReadyMod version allows user to completely stipple and customize frame
- Picatinny rail is compatible with all standard lights, lasers & accessories
Colors available: Black, Grey, OD Green, Flat Dark Earth and Coyote
You can order your very own PF940v2 right HERE for $125 with free shipping.