Build Kit 9mm Black Blemished Glock 17 Slide G17 Parts
This kit includes everything you need to build an unserialized 9mm full-size pistol minus the lower receiver/frame. This kit contains the necessary lower parts kit, complete *blemished (trade-in) upper slide assembly, and 10 round magazine (ships with 17 round magazine to states without high capacity magazine restrictions). 80% Frame sold separately.
*May show signs of duty wear and/or inventory markings.
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This partial build kit includes everything you need to build an unserialized 9mm full-size pistol minus the lower receiver/frame. This kit contains the necessary lower parts kit, complete upper slide assembly, and a 10 round magazine (17 round magazine for states with no high capacity magazine restrictions).
Compatible with the Polymer80 PF940v2 80% Full Receiver Textured frame - sold separately.
May I lawfully make a firearm for my own personal use, provided it is not being made for resale?
(From the ATF Website http://www.atf.gov/files/firearms/industry/0501-firearms-top-10-qas.pdf): "Firearms may be lawfully made by persons who do not hold a manufacturer's license under the GCA provided they are not for sale or distribution and the maker is not prohibited from receiving or possessing firearms."
Can I build and then transfer a finished firearm to another individual?
Yes, but you'll need to mark the firearm in accordance with 27 CFR 472.92 (formally 178.92) and follow all the laws that are in place today. Protect yourself and don't put a completed firearm in anyone's hands unless you have gone through proper channels and background checks. Following the proper channels will protect us, our family, and our friends, it's also the best way to ensure you can come back to this site again and again as you finish your project. For any firearm transfer it is your responsibility to understand the federal and local laws and how they apply.
Are felons restricted from owning a firearm that was built from an 80% receiver?
Yes, Felons that are restricted from owning a firearm, are restricted from purchasing and/or building a firearm.
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