Polymer 80 frame repair – How does it hold up?

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Polymer 80 frame repair – How does it hold up?




Polymer 80 Frame Repair – How Does It Hold Up?


In this video, we revisit how to repair the Polymer 80 frame and answer the question of “How does it hold up?” We took a Dremel to the frame and created some damage. From there we fixed the Damage and took the gun to the frame to see how it stood up. 

We shot several magazines (including 33 round magazines) in slow and fast fire. We kept shooting until we ran out of ammo. This video shows us creating the damage, fixing it and taking our Polymer 80 PF940SC to the range for testing. Watch the video to see all the action, as well as, how the frame repair held up. 

A lot of the video is sped up to get to the range footage. If you would like to see the full video please visit our Fixing Frame Damage on a Polymer80 on our web page https://trb.fyi/fixing-frame-damage-on-a-polymer80/ or in our videos in our channel.


learn more about the tools used in the PF940SC Videos visit https://trb.fyi/tools-used-in-the-polymer80-pf940sc-completion-videos/. If you need more information about troubleshooting, visit our Glock Troubleshooting Guide at https://trb.fyi/glock-troubleshooting-guide/


We have several videos on the Polymer 80 including Polymer80 PF940SC completion using a drill press and Polymer80 PF940SC completion using a Dremel. If you are interested in another video on repairing the Polymer 80 frame, we suggest that you visit our Fixing incorrectly drilled holes on a Polymer80 video


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Jason Schaller

Jason is a gun enthusiast and has been shooting since he was 10 years old. Jason is the founder of The Rogue Banshee and is an Information Security Expert in his professional career as well as being the owner of Eagle Eye Shooters Supply (a Type 1 FFL holder) in his spare time.

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