Lone Wolf Distributors adds Titanium 9mm/.40 Glock firing pins

03/27/18 9:30 AM | by

The Titanium Firing Pin offers a drop-in upgrade. (Photo: Lone Wolf Distributors)

Lone Wolf Distributors continues rolling out parts and accessories for Glocks, releasing new Titanium firing pins for 9mm/.40 caliber Glock handguns.

The new Titanium firing pins serve as a drop-in upgrade, offering increased reliability with a lighter feel. Lone Wolf says the Titanium pin is 61-percent lighter than the Glock factory pin which results in less resistance throughout the trigger cycle. Overall, the Titanium firing pins offer an enhanced trigger pull, according to the company.

The pins are topped off with a TiN PVD coating which add protection while improving lubricity.

The pin comes either one its own or as a set. (Photo: Lone Wolf Distributors)

“Lone Wolf’s new Titanium firing pin (is) a premium upgrade that’s light in your Glock and light on your wallet,” Lone Wolf said in a press release.

The new firing pins come in two styles — a standard firing pin only or complete set with firing pin, space sleeve, striker spring and spring cups. The firing pin alone retails for $49 while the firing pin set slides into the market at $63.

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