Introduced back in January of 2019 at SHOT Show 2019, the GlockStore’s GSX100 frame is now shipping. The GSX100 is a G19X size frame (G19 length, G17 height) compatible with Gen 3 Glock 19 parts and taking Glock 17 magazines. Let’s take a closer look.
The GlockStore GSX100 frames are made of a glass-reinforced polymer and are currently available in black color option only. These frames lack finger grooves, have a slightly different overall external shape of the grip and trigger guard compared to the OEM Gen3 Glock frames as well as a different grip texture. Besides the Glock 19 parts, the GSX100 frame will also take Gen3 Glock 23 and Glock 32 parts allowing to build G19X size guns chambered in .40 S&W and .357 SIG.
The GSX100 frames are listed on GlockStore’s website at an MSRP of $129.95. Those of you who preordered these frames when they were announced, will also receive a free G17 magazine. Bear in mind that these are complete frames with serial numbers and must be shipped to an FFL dealer. An 80% version of this frame has also been introduced at SHOT 2019, so I guess it will hit the market in the foreseeable future, too. The GSX100 frames can’t be shipped to California or Massachusetts.
For more information, watch the below-embedded video where Lenny Magill, the founder and CEO of GlockStore, tells about the features of these new frames, the story of development and shows how to remove the parts from a G19 frame and install them into the GSX100 frame.
This product should be attractive to those of you who have a bunch of spare Gen3 G19 parts. It is also a lower-cost alternative way (compared to buying a brand new G19X) of having a G19X size handgun by converting your Gen3 G19/G23/G32 pistol. Tell us in the comments section what do you think about this new GlockStore frame and the G19X format in general.
Images by GlockStore, www.glockstore.com