Q: Does this come with the retaining pin as well?
A: No, this is just for for the enhanced firing pin. The retaining pin s can be located here and are in limited supply, https://www.blackriflearms.com/AR-15-Firing-Pin-Retaining-Pin_p_189.html
Q: I have a BCA Rifle that has a lower for multi caliber and my upper is 762x39. Having alot of light strikes shooting steel cased ammo. Will this enhanced firing pin work for my rifle.
A: Yes this firing pin will help with light strikes, if you continue to have light strikes after installing then something else is going on with your rifle such as an improperly installed hammer spring.
Q: Will this work with and Anderson lower
A: Our AR-15 enhanced firing pin will work with a mil-spec AR-15 Anderson Lower or any AR-15 Mil-spec lower.
Q: I have a Bear creek side charging ar15 upper in 7.62x39 and wanted to know if this firing pin I'll work in it or not?
A: It should work just fine. We have customers with BCA rifles that purchase our enhanced firing pins with no issues.
Q: I'm building a ar47 currently and I've heard I either need to upgrade the firing pin or hammer spring to use steel case ammo with hard primers do I need 1 of those options or both I currentl have the wolf xp hammer spring
A: In this caliber, we have no issues with using a mil-spec hammer spring and an enhanced firing pin. In our 7.62x39 demo rifles we only run an enhanced firing pin, we have never needed the Wolf XP Hammer Spring as long as we use a mil-spec hammer spring. If a customer is running an Enhanced Firing Pin and a mil-spec hammer spring and still having issues we have pinpointed it to their hammer spring was installed incorrectly and we have them remove it and reinstall properly and then they have no issues.
Q: Will this firing pin work for a 6.5 grendel bolt?
A: No, it may have the potential to over penetrate and pierce primers. A 6.5 grendel only requires the standard AR-15 firing pin to shoot steel case ammunition. This firing pin was specifically made for the 7.62x39 caliber due to the extremely hardened primers to prevent slam fires in the SKS and AK47 rifle platforms.
Q: would this pin work on any caliber such as 5.56, 6.8spc or is it only for 7.62x39?
A: We do not recommend an enhanced firing pin for the 5.56, 6.8 SPC calibers as the enhanced firing pin allows for further protrusion to ensure positive ignition in the notorious hardened primers of the 7.62x39. Using this enhanced firing pin in a 5.56 or 6.8 SPC calibers could cause pierce primers. Standard firing will work on 5.56 or 6.8 SPC steel case ammunition with no issues as they don't have a hard primer like those found in the 7.62x39 or 5.45x39 calibers.
Q: I have a question I bought one of your firing pins installed it I also have the JP heavy hammer and spring set installed in my lower and I'm still getting like strikes out of wolf and other steel case ammo question I thought this was going to solve the problem anything you guys can do to help?
A: I sent you a private message as we are not showing any purchase of a enhanced firing pin, only Wolf XP Hammer Spring.
Q: Currently I’m running a Toolcraft 7.62x39 bolt which in its description state it comes with an enhanced firing pin. In your opinion are all “enhanced” pins the same, or are their differences between the two? Thanks
A: I'm not sure where Toolcraft buys their enhanced firing pins from, but no not all enhanced firing pins are the same. We have been doing our own enhanced firing pins for about 8 yrs now and have our own drawing/specs. Now when it comes to Tula and Golden Tiger Ammo one can still experience light strikes depending on the lot of ammo, we have seen some Tula or Golden Tiger where the primers were set to deep or was not crimped properly allowing the primer to move forward when fired. Due to this we highly recommend sticking to Wolf as we have not seen this issue with Wolf or Silver Bear Ammo.
Q: Will this firing pin also work for brass ammo
A: Yes it can. We have not heard or experienced any issues using our enhanced firing pin in this caliber for steel or brass case ammunition. We do state to always check the first few rounds of brass case when you first start shooting to ensure you are not piercing primers, but we have no experience it nor have any of our customers reported any issues.