Q: Just looked at a video on your enhanced firing pin for the 7.62x39 I have the same exact ks47 my question is with this enhanced firing pin work well with brass from my understanding Palmetto State Armory firing pin that comes in the ks47 flange is too small in DIA which is making it Skip by the retention pin their firing pin is making .308 and I believe the video stated that you guys find pin is making.327 that's another reason why I want to go with you guys firing pin to eliminate the skipping problem
A: Yes our firing pin will work fine in your KS47 with brass and steel case and we never have had an issue with our firing pin slipping past the retaining pin.
Q: I have a DIAMONDBACK 7.62×39 AR PISTOL . And I want to kno will the enhanced firing, pin fit ?
A: If your Diamondback upper doesn't use a proprietary bolt assembly our enhanced firing pin will work.
Q: What makes it enhanced? Is it longer than a standard firing pin?
A: Yes it allows for further protrusion to set off harder primers found in the x39 calibers.
Q: Issues with FP. 7.62x39 purchased titanium from another vender, shank dimension on factory bcg, .154, shank on aftermarket, .155 - .156. Aftermarket would not fit into bcg. What is dimensions on your FP, in order to compare with factory.
A: Based on your information our firing pin will work, we adhere to mil-spec and .155 to .156 is not per mil-spec.
Q: Hello. What is the difference between the "enhanced" 7.62x39 firing pin and the enhanced PLUS firing pin? I am little confused on the add-on part. I have a couple of 7.62 ARs with light primer strikes. I'm sure the firing pin would solve the issue but I am considering changing the firing pin to be certain.
A: The plus enhanced firing pin allows for a little further protrusion for ammunition with deep set primers.
Q: is this a longer than normal firining pin and will it work with a 300 blck out ?
A: Enhanced firing pin is to set up hard primers with the x39 calibers. You should be using a standard AR-15 firing pin for a 300BLK rifle. If you are having light strikes with a 300BLK rifle something else is going on such as a possible installed hammer spring.
Q: I have an KS-47, will this allow me to shoot steel/ brass or only steel ammo ?
A: We have never had issues going between steel and brass, but we always tell customers if you are going between steel and brass just check the first few brass casings primers to ensure you are not piercing primers.
Q: Will this work on the KS47 rifle?
A: If that platform takes a mil-spec firing pin then yes this firing pin will work as we retain the overall mil-spec characteristics.
Q: I bought an enhanced firing from y’all several years ago for the ar 15 in 7.62x39
I now have an ar15 in 223/556, I want to be able to switch lowers between the two calibers
Can I use the 7.62x39 enhanced firing pin in the 556 also?
A: We don't recommend it as you can pierce 5.56 primers. If you do decide to use the enhanced firing pin in your 5.56 we highly recommend checking for any pierce primers when using new ammo. If you are piercing primers install a standard firing pin for that caliber. Piercing primers will erode the tip of the firing pin if regularly piercing primers.
Q: Will this firing pin work in a CMMG MK47 Resolute?
A: If the CMMG MK47 Resolute utilizes a standard AR-15 firing pin then yes the Enhanced Firing Pin will work.