• Lightweight Grade 5 Titanium
  • Drop-in installation
  • Advance coating provides excellent wear resistance, high lubricity, and ease of cleaning
  • About half of the weight of standard steel firing pin
  • Mil-Spec dimensions
  • Made in the U.S.A.


  • Material: Grade 5 Titanium
  • Weight: 0.14 oz.
  • Finish: Black Ionbond (DLC)


  • AR-15


Are you ready to take your ultimate lightweight build to the next level? You have taken great care, I mean you’ve bought composite this, and fluted that, so don’t laugh when I mention your firing pin. I’m talking about a high-end AR-15 titanium firing pin made by V Seven. Weighing in at almost half the weight of a conventional steel firing pin, a titanium firing pin will take off that little bit more.

Lightning Fast

You not only get the chance to shave off just a little more, you also gain speed even if it is just a micro-second every little bit helps. I know you’ve seen the Olympics where a competition is won or lost by less than the blink of an eye. In competitive shooting where you fire many rounds just think how many eye blinks that AR-15 titanium firing pin will give you. You may be very good, however, wouldn’t you like just a little bit of an edge.

Stronger Than Steel

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know that titanium is much stronger than steel, consequently, that’s why V Seven chose to use it in their high-end firing pin. Lighter, stronger, and faster wow sounds a lot like Superman, I guess that makes your new AR-15 titanium firing pin a Super firing pin. I wonder how many rounds a standard steel firing pin will take before failing? I’m not a metallurgist, but with titanium being stronger than steel you can bet it’ll outlast that old steel relic. Come into the 21st century and give the V Seven AR-15 titanium firing pin a try.

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Reviews (3)

  • Stronger then steel and half the weight

    Posted by Carlos on 4th Apr 2021

    Nice finish

  • Great product nice finish and well build

    Posted by Carlos Gaxiola on 12th Mar 2021

    A very small part of the finish was incomplete

  • Titanium firing pin

    Posted by Chris on 13th Sep 2019

    Only 200 rounds on firing pin but so far it's great. Very easy to clean and makes it go bang. Tried on soft and hard primers with no issues.

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