HYVE Technology Glock Parts

HYVE Technology is a Glock parts manufacturing company located in San Diego, CA. They make aftermarket Glock triggers, +1 and +2 magazine extensions, slides, pins and other parts. Let’s take a look at some of their products:

“Drone” Slides

HYVE

These slides are made of 416 R stainless steel. They have no coating so that the user can apply a final finish of his choice. Slides are available for G19, G17, G22 and G23 models of Gen 3 or Gen 4 Glock pistols. MSRP is $275.

“Monarch” Triggers

HYVE triggers

The Monarch trigger is made of aluminum anodized with different colors: black, blue, FDE/tan, gray, OD green, purple and red. It is also possible to choose the colors of trigger shoe and safety lever separately. You can also adjust the pre-travel and reset using two Allen screws on the trigger body. The Monarch trigger comes with the trigger bar and has an MSRP of $97.99.

Extended Mag Release

HYVE mag release

According to the manufacturer, their extended mag release buttons “won’t tear up the magazines”. They are made of 6061 aluminum and have same color options as the triggers and other Glock parts by HYVE Technologies. MSRP is $19.99.

Magazine Extensions

HYVE mag extensions

HYVE offers a number of +1 and +2 magazine extensions for different Glock pistol models. The prices for these extensions vary from $21.99 to $27.99 depending on the model. They also make such extensions for Smith & Wesson M&P Shield pistols.

HYVE Technologies has several other Glock products too, which you can see on their website.

Contacts

HYVE logo

Website: www.hyvetechnologiesbuilder.com
Address: 4905 Morena Blvd, Suite 1309, San Diego, CA 92117
E-mail: Hyvetechnologiesofficial@gmail.com
Phone: 858-270-1987



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  • Dickie

    Nice so many places makes slides for glocks. You guys should do a post with all the options of aftermarket glock slides with pros v cons. Since many ppl are buying them to build their polymer80 glocks.

  • Twilight sparkle

    Are you just doing post on somewhat unknown accessory manufacturers?

    • Hrachya H

      Trying to let people know about less known and new products/companies … and not only that.

      • Twilight sparkle

        Cool, I was actually already going to get one of their +2 extensions for my spare glock 42 mag next paycheck along with a mag guts follower for the mag in the gun

      • Flounder

        I deeply appreciate you bringing less known accessories and companies into the lime light.

  • Joe Gamer

    How do you put sights on that slide? No dovetail?

  • Disarmed in CA

    They make grip extensions in CA but can’t sell them here. Stock Glock mags are already maxed at 10 rounds.

    • K-Gunner

      If this company survives in a very competitive Glock accessory market, they will surely move out of California just like Mesa Tactical and Apex just recently did.

    • Twilight sparkle

      They could sell the ones for the 42 and 43

      • Disarmed in CA

        True, of course the guns are off roster..

        • Twilight sparkle

          I keep forgetting that y’all have that

  • Harry’s Holsters

    I traded a custom some of their parts for a holster. Still haven’t had time to install them but the machining is clean and the coating looks good.

  • Every component has a good feature and decent price except the slide. $275.00 without any coating? No thanks! I’ll stick with the factory slide and it’s Tenifer-like coating. The adjustable trigger is nice.

  • Edeco

    Neat name/logo. Cohesive, fun, aggressive, but not over the top. Whereas Lone Wolf, I paid extra for a 9″ barrel without their derp-wolf logo. Good deal for them, paid to skip an mfg step, but I’m amazed they’re not too ashamed.

  • Fattie03

    I’ve been rocking their +2 extension on my Glock 43 for about a year now. Had a problem installing it and the owner got back that same day helping me troubleshoot it. Has worked great ever since. I went with their extension over Taran(?) because the competitor was ~$38 compared to their ~$22 for practically the same product.

  • Nick

    Finally mag extensions that aren’t $50 or plastic.