The Glock line of weapons wouldn't be complete without its signature frame, often known as the receiver or lower receiver. These frames are the structural backbone of the firearm, as they are what hold the trigger, magazine, and other essential parts in place. The high-strength polymer used to make Glock frames is both lightweight and strong. That makes them durable and open to modification using aftermarket components. The polymer construction helps keep the gun's weight down, which makes it more convenient to carry and control. Glock frames are known for their adaptable construction. In other words, the frames can be taken apart and put back together with no effort, making cleaning and maintenance a breeze. The modular construction also makes it simple to swap out parts or modify the weapon to better suit the shooter. There is a Glock model out there for every hand and shooting preference, thanks to the wide range of frame sizes and combinations available. Both full- and 1/3-frame cameras are widely used because of their versatility.