Suggestions on Finding a Glock Lower Receiver

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  1. etrain16

    etrain16
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    I'm looking for a Gen3 lower for a Glock 21, specifically an SF frame. I don't expect I'll find anyone that has one used, which I would take if it were in good condition, so I'm looking to buy one new. I know they can be purchased, but I'm not familiar with too many places that have them.

    I've tried Glockmeister, but they are out of stock. Doing a Google search hasn't turned up any good leads. Gun broker had none and I can't recall seeing one listed on NWFA.

    Do any of you know of dealers out there that sell them? I'd appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!
     
  2. Modeler

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    Gunbroker usually has some, must be slow with the holiday. There are some dealers who take brand new Glocks and sell the frames and slides separately.
     
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    Thanks. I did try them earlier. At the moment, there were no Gen3 SF frames for a G21. But I'll check back with them again.
     
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    Just an update - I did get the lower from Lucas Tactical. Decent price and he got it out in good time considering the holidays. My 21 is whole again :)
     
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    buy a whole Glock and throw away the slide? After all they are disposable guns. Austria only spent about a hundred bucks for them on the original contract, with mags btw.
     

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