Description

Description
These are the KNS Precision Generation 2 Mod 2 pin sets. These are the STRONGEST pins that can be produced and were designed to withstand the high impact of full and semi-auto 9mm, .223, and 7.62mm suppressed weapons. The pins are stainless steel. Black sideplates are black nitride treated, all other color options are DuraCoated. An absolute must-have for all M-16 owners. They will also protect your AR-15. Special anti-creep retainers prevent wear on your irreplaceable M-16 or AR-15 receiver. Pin installation tool & 2 Torx wrenches included. No modification to firearm required. THE TORQUE SPEC ON THE SCREW IS 11 inch/lbs. MAXIMUM. We recommend 8 INCH/LBS of torque. IMPORTANT NOTE: The external width of some AR receivers may vary in the trigger/hammer pin area depending on the manufacturer. The pins being slightly too long will not affect the function or performance.
Available Colors:
- Black
- OD Green
- FDE
- Red
- Stainless Steel
- Zombie Green
Weight: 0.1000 oz
Dimensions: N/A
Color: Black, FDE, OD Green, Red, Stainless Steel, Zombie Green
SKU: kns-prcn-gen-2-mod-2-non-rot-trg-hamr-pins

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Lmao Martyr, Yep that’s him.

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There are a couple of them for sure. I know who you are talking about.

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I never understood what compels people to lie about such trivial things instead of just saying they don't know....or...saying nothing at all. It is mind blowing.

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So wait....
You had to bring your second account online to make you feel more.....well, more like you're not living in your moms basement ?
Put down the playstation controller and go finish jr. high.

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try a2
nice weak attempt kid

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A2s only had burst as well. I was issued an A2 and an A4 in the late 90s and early 2000s

Another swing and a miss. Love shitting on frauds like you.

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Only huh.
Sure you served son ?

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In addition to semi, obviously.

Well, at least you aren't digging deeper with the lies now.

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Better get on google son...
Oh, wait, google isn't always right is it ?
Wikipedia ? nah it sucks.
What will you do now ?

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Throwing an internet fit isn't going to help. It just makes you look worse.

Sorry your internet searches didn't work out for you.

You played your cards already. You are a fraud and a liar who apparently doesn't know what projection is.

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Look who's calling who a liar.
Son, if you knew for certain how to spell your own name you'd still get it wrong.
You never served and have never seen a real m16, just come clean and admit it.
Call of duty time in your mommas basement doesn't count.

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I get it. You're upset. Your lies got called out and now you feel compelled to save face in front of internet strangers.

My self isn't low enough to care what internet strangers think, but I am not surprised yours is.

After all, you got caught lying twice now.

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awful fond of the word liar aren't you ?
you know what that means...

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It means you are a liar - period. You got caught.

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I meeeean, i had an elftmann hammer pin walk a couple times.

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-Never had hammer/trigger pins rotate out of place - ever.
-Never met a person whose hammer/trigger pins rotated out of place.
-Was the commander of a maintenance unit in an IBCT. Not a single M4 jobbed in for rotating hammer/trigger pins.
-My armament warrant said he has never seen rotating hammer/trigger pins and he has seen thousands of M4s.

This is the equivalent of buying an extra seatbelt for your car because you think yours might not work.

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I was a 2112 (look it up) and have seen lowers with egg shaped pin holes. I have seen pins break. I have seen pins walked out on the range and removed the unsafe weapon from the kids hands before shit got weird.
If you haven't seen this you either didn't serve, or were in the air force.
All heavy use weapons I built either had locking pins of some sort, or a tig tap to keep them in place.
Under full auto all pins (even these) will walk all over the place.

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Cool story bro. Your M16A4s didn't have full auto though, just burst. Good job telling on yourself.

Not a single hammer/trigger pin out of thousands of heavy use IBCT M4s. Not one.

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