It was only a matter of time before they did the P80. This beat rides:

People that own Polymer80 guns tell me the polymer80 is popular.  I haven’t really seen any around, so I’m just taking their internet word for it.  If you’re interested in machining one with your GhostGunner it looks like the Polymer80 starter kit will run you $200.  The total cost of making one P80 this way:

P80 Standard pistol frame kit – $160
P80 Defdist starter kit – $200
Defdist Ghost Gunner 2 – $2000
Glock slide – $450 – $600
Total: $2800 – $3000.. give or take, depending on which Glock Slide you go with

That’s obviously high, but once you own the Ghost Gunner 2 you can crank out as many as you want for $160 each (plus the price of a Glock slide $450-$600).  I’m sure the code for a basic Glock slide will be the next up.  Since Glock itself is now doing everything in the factory such as front slide serrations, optic cuts etc.. I don’t really know if the piehitters are that gassed about the incredibly high priced aftermarket Glock makers anymore?  Again, I don’t really know anything I’m just speculating on the psychology of it all.  The one thing that comes to mind that Glock isn’t doing is that PaTeNtEd AcCeLeRaToR CuT (yet)… I wonder if the GhostGunner 2 cuts those? haha really I hope not.  Can you imagine how embarrassing it would be if someone mistook your GhostGun-2’d Glock for a SaLieNt or worse, thought you were an AgEnT?  I couldn’t handle that, but I fully realize that in some people’s circles, the ownership of one of those vaults you up a couple ALPHA WOLF tiers without having to say… do things like actually lift weights, or tell everyone how offended you are at the recent Gillette commercial.

PS I didn’t realize the beat in the video was a pre-existing song (Andy Stott – Selfish) until I read the comments. I assumed Paloma put in some work on the 808s in between fighting for gun rights.



Innnnnnnnteresting.  A GHOST GLOCK:

Holy, that Spectre artwork is quite possibly the worst logo I’ve ever seen.  Looks like bad tattoo art.  Now that I got that off my chest, once completed this 80% lower will fit fit the Glock full size 9mm and full size .40 slides.  You can pre-order the frame for $135 on the Polymer80 website.  For the price you get the frame, the polymer jib, the drill bits & End-mill bits, and locking block so you can get it done on your drill press.  The areas that need to be milled out to complete this project include: the barrel bridge, top rails of the receiver, and slide guide rails.  The price isn’t terrible I guess, but I really wish they could bring it down around $50 or less.  You can get a factory brand new Glock slide for $200 right now… so obviously this $135 Ghost Glock + your time is just for a fun little project.  Additionally you get the novelty of bragging to others that your Glock is off the books and you finished it on your drill press, which admittedly is pretty damn cool.

They have some legal info including an ATF letter if you care to take a look.

Polymer-80-Spectre-Glock-Lower-Receiver1:54 – My head almost exploded when they said they based the grip for their frame on the 1911 rather than the Glock.  JMB is rolling in his grave, and word from Austria is that Gaston “literally can’t even”.


Gat tip: Mitch