Welcome to the NEW Cheaper Than Dirt online store! Same great prices and availability, now optimized for your mobile phone!
| Next

Titanium Firing Pin For AR-15 and M16 Lighter Faster and Stronger Than USGI Steel Firing Pin

Multiple Manufacturers
Ships from Warehouse 1
Typically ships the same business day when ordered before 4pm CST.
We regret that this item is not available at this time.
Can we ship this to you?
This AR-15 and M16 Titanium firing pin is Lighter than a blue or stainless firing pin. That makes it faster in travel time and stronger to reduce wear. Faster travel means more accurate shooting as lock time is reduced. Will not fit the Daewoo K1. 
Total number of Reviews: 13

Submit a review

5.0 5
"Very lightweight - feels to be about half. Have not got to shoot it yet but if it works as advertised this will be nice. It's also very shiny. I like shiny things!!"
– JepCheroke
4.0 5
"Product is very light and works well. Can't tell a difference from the stock pin when it comes to performance tho."
– red
2.0 5
"This pin is very light and probably does speed up time to detenation. However, mine broke the last time I was at the range. The very tip that strikes the primer cleanly broke off. I'm guessing I have fired from 300-500 rounds with this pin. So much for durability. I bought this pin several years ago from CTD when it retailed for $24.95. I'll finish with buyer beware."
– GMolle
5.0 5
"This firing pin is very durable and superlight. Performance wise, its the same as the steel firing pin. However this pin is corosion resistant and will not let build up stick to it from the gas which is really nice. I give it a 5."
– john
1.0 5
"It's light weight, it's shiny,it's pricey and it's too short to contact the primer(.015)!"
– John
4.0 5
"Measured on my digital kitchen scale, the issue pin is 8 grams, this is 5 grams. Mine works fine, infrequently used, maybe 200-300 rounds."
– Scout706
5.0 5
"After firing 350 Rds. it wiped clean with no solvent or oil. It also didn't make the dent in the primer by loading a round. Either by the charge handle or by using the bolt catch. This was a main reason I bought it, to prevent a slam fire with non-magnum primers. This was installed on a Rock River."
– CBR Guy
1.0 5
"1st and last time out w/this firing pin. I had 8 rounds out of a 20 round mag with dented primers that did not fire. I replaced the original firing pin immediately and had no further issues. https://www.cheaperthandirt.com/loggedin/submitBlue.png"
2.0 5
"I thought this thing was supposed to be stronger, lighter, and faster. Lighter ? Maybe. Faster? How would you check? Stronger? I don't think so after several times going shooting and about 3000 rounds my AR stopped firing ,so I tore it down in the field and found the tip of it broke off , lucky I kept my old one."
– Nedrac74
2.0 5
"Anytime I can shave milliseconds from my time and weight from my weapon I would. I purchased this pin, checked the weight and compared the measurements to a standard pin then examined it under a 30X scope, all of which seemed ok. HOWEVER, my first time out and 1200 rounds later a teardown revealed a crater (or dimple) forming on the tip of the firing pin. I rely on my weapon performing as flawless as possible in a time of need. From now on I will be using the OEM pin In my weapon and using this titanium firing pin to takedown the bolt carrier assembly during maintenance."
– TacShooter
1.0 5
"broke after 300 rds!"
– TD
2.0 5
"Fired approximately 2,000 rounds before the tip broke off."
– Vixter
5.0 5
"6,000 rounds and still going I wonder if people really bought and tested it. Even people on the forums say it broke but never have pics."
– Megawinfrey