Originally Posted By FMJ:
KNS makes a kit! The Trigger & hammer Pin stay in one place without Turning/Rotating.The cost is 32.00
There is a creative way to separate you from your money.
Does Rotating Pins cause my lower to wear out?
Not really. Especially if you lubing with CLP per the -10. If you are not constantly removing your trigger/hammer pins (they should only be removed to swap parts - NEVER for cleaning. The parkerization on the end of the pins should keep them from rotating (friction fit). The CLP leaking through the pin holes prevents wear in the event they do turn.
I have dry fired and the Pins do Rotate?
You can see the add on page 20 Small Arms Revue Magazine
Like I said they can rotate, but I wouldn't worry about it if you are lubing properly. Funny how the military has kept thos M16A1s in Basic Training units working for years and tens of thousands of rounds w/o this device....