Then the Governor of Washington said I shouldn't have the right to own one. So I bought two P80 kits. Both the G19 and G23 size frame. One black and one OD. I want to build a G23 configuration with the OD frame, with a black slide, milled for an RMR, and no unnecessary tacticool crap. Just a clean, functional, reliable pistol. I've joined the Marine Gun Builder forum and have found the answers to any question I might have had. The only issue I'm running into is finding anything made by Glock, and finding parts for a G23. I wanted to run all Glock internals, but that is proving impossible. Glock stopped selling their spare parts and instead are using them in production pistols to try and keep up with demand. The only OEM Glock part I've managed to score is a super rare factory G23 barrel that is threaded for a silencer. I could have bought a new Gen 3 G23 for about the same price as all of the aftermarket parts I'm piecing together slowly... The upside, is that I am able to use parts that I would have replaced anyway, like the extended slide stop, polished trigger parts, etc. All I need to finish the lower is a trigger group. I can get a Lone Wolf assembly for $50 or so, but I really do not like them as I've had bad luck with their parts in my Glocks in the past. Curious if there are other folks here that have build, or are building, a P80 and what kind of challenges they faced.