Such scary, much wow!
CNC machined, black oxide coated all steel rails for use with Glock slides for your 0% build.
are steel inserts for those who wish to make frames from scratch and
want stronger steel slide rails regardless of frame material. These are
like the rails you get with a P80 kit, just not cast & stamped sheet
to a higher standard from billet steel, these wont crack, fatigue, or
wear abnormally. 100% smooth drop in reliable function from the first
round to the 5000th and beyond..
One size fits all G19 width slides: G26, G26L, G19, G17, G34, G17L, etc. (Will not fit G43 width slides)
This rail kit is NOT for the P80 frames.
These rails can be removed and transferred for use with new designs, different frame size, new features, improvements, etc.
What is included in this kit:
-Machined Glock rails
-5x buttonhead screws
-5x countersunk screws
-2x roll pins
-1x bullet tube of Vibratite
Additional Features (technical mumbojumbo)
These rails have
undercuts that compensate for slide tolerance variation from different
manufacturers, or compensate so frame size variation, eliminating the
potential for slide rub/drag or the need for fitting.
aren’t just to look pretty, they are there so sharp corners don't
potentially impact the internal radius of the slide slot.
clearances are included that allow these rails to be used for smaller
frames (G26) while still clearing hardware and allowing full slide
travel. No special rails needed for the G26.
These come with all
necessary mounting hardware: Both types of black screws (button head
& countersunk), roll pins and extras of each!
Specially sourced harder-to-find 7mm length hardware so you don't have to modify the screws to clear the trigger mechanism.
What else you'll need to complete your build:
Complete Glock slide assembly of your choice.
The whole frame, that you build. This is like a 0% build. You can print, machine, cast, whittle, etc.
Lower parts kit:
(G19 and G26 based designs use a G26 locking block, and standard LPK
from either. You can trim down the 'ears' of a G19 locking block if
thats what you have)
(G17 based designs use G17 LPK and locking block)
are many frame CAD files out there that these will drop into however
obviously not all. FMDA G17 and 19 are good to go while FMDA G26 is a no go. Anything BTB for 17/19/26 is good to go.
Please observe all local, state, federal and natural laws that apply to you.
Credit for the origins of this project goes to Ivanthetroll over at DetDisp. The credit for this revision is to FreeMenDontAsk