Blacklist Industries Stainless Steel Pin Kit for Glock

Blacklist Industries Stainless Steel Pin Kit for Glock

Product Code:
BLI-G-PINKIT-G3/G4
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$19.99 - $29.99
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MPN: G-PINKIT-G3 / G-PINKIT-G4

Specifications:

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Titanium Nitride (Gold), Stainless Steel (Silver), and Armor (Graphite Black)
  • Weight (All Pins):
    • Gen 1-3 Pins: 0.18 oz.
    • Gen 4-5 Pins: 0.25 oz.

Includes:

  • 3-Pin Kit (Gen 1-3 Glock):
    • 1x Trigger Pin
    • 1x Locking Block Pin
    • 1x Ejector Housing Pin
  • 4-Pin Kit (Gen 4 and 5 Glock):
    • 1x Trigger Pin
    • 1x Locking Block Pin
    • 1x Ejector Housing Pin
    • 1x Extended Ejector Pin

Compatibility:

  • 3-Pin Kit (Gen 1-3 Glock):
    • Fits Glock® 17,19,20,21,22,23,26,27,30,34,35
  • 4-Pin Kit (Gen 4 and 5 Glock):
    • Fits Glock® 17,19,20,21,22,23,26,27,30,34,35

Details:

Some people that insist old papa Glock created the perfect pistol, and you should leave it alone. If you believe that, click the back button, this isn't for you. On the other hand, if you like to tinker, try to make things better, or at least make your things your own, then you're in the right place.

Little Things Make A Big Difference

Well, each one of us has our own level about what's right. I don't suggest you jump right in and replace every little piece of your Glock. However, why don't you start small, try it on and see if customization is for you? Start with a simple stainless-steel Glock pins and see where it takes you. Any customizing you do to your Glock, should either serve a purpose or look good to you. This precision machined Glock stainless steel pin kit fits snugly inside your gun’s polymer frame. Therefore, these pins resist creeping out during use, and they accent your Glocks frame.

Have You Ever Lost Your Keys?

I know, you’re asking what does that have to do with anything? Well, these pins are cylindrical, and that means they will roll. Sooner or later you are likely to take your Glock apart. You’re not going to run down to Wal Mart and pick another locking block pin after yours has slipped away from you. Sure, you can hop on the old inter-web and overnight another set. But what if you need your weapon tonight? Wouldn’t it be a good idea to get a Blacklist stainless steel Glock pins on the way now? A better idea would be to get a few.

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