- Stainless steel pins.
- Special anti-creep retainers prevent wear on your irreplaceable receiver.
- Pin installation tool & 2 Torx wrenches included.
- No modification to firearm required during installation
- The external width of some AR receivers may vary in the trigger/hammer pin area depending on the manufacturer. These pins may be shortened a small amount by carefully filing material evenly from both ends of the pins, but being too long will not affect the function or performance.
- The maximum torque Spec on the screw is 11 inch/lbs. (Over-torquing the screws can cause damage to these sideplates)
The Old Glory .154 Non-rotating Trigger & Hammer Pins were designed with durability and high quality in mind. As the strongest anti-walk pins ever produced, the Old Glory pins by KNS Precision are designed to excel in their mission of maintaining the integrity of your trigger assembly.
When purchasing trigger and hammer pins for your valuable AR-type rifle, it’s important to recognize the benefits of anti-rotating/anti-walk pins. Should these pins ever “walk out” of the receiver of your rifle, you may find yourself unable to use your firearm effectively or even safely. Also, the anti-rotational feature of these pins will help preserve the life of your lower receiver, since they will be unable to cause friction against the inner surfaces of the holes. Likewise, the anti-creep retainer pins will help preserve the life of your lower receiver to prevent premature replacements.
These pins are the ideal option for anyone who owns a full-auto or a semi-auto 9mm, .308 or .223 AR-type rifle. Made from stainless steel, these pins will not corrode and is capable of withstanding the force of suppressed AR platforms. The installation kit will arrive complete with a pin installation tool and two Torx wrenches for an upgrade that you won't regret.
Cool product. I hate torx screws
Posted by Amy on 11th Sep 2016
I bought these because my trigger pins walked out of my custom built AR during a carbine class. The install on them wasn't bad considering how much of a newbie I am to taking apart and cutting my lower back together. KNS doesn't make the "Old Glory" style anymore that I know of (it's not on their site), so I thought it was cool to have these.
My only complaint is the use of the torx screws in the install and the overall design for torquing. Torx strips out easy with multiple uses and the way you torque these kind of sucks. Try to make the install a one shot deal and make sure you tighten everything down well, probably throw some blue loctite on it to be sure. If I designed these myself, I'd make one side thread right-handed and one side thread left handed like bicycle pedals.