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    Please PM me for ordering info.
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    i have a question.why are the psl firing pins more expensive than the reular ak firing pins you sell?are they made of a different material,or more difficult to make?

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    Because of the extra length the PSL pins are more difficult to make properly.

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    How long do firing pins last?
    What would cause a firing pin to break?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shotgunner View Post
    How long do firing pins last?
    What would cause a firing pin to break?
    Its impossible to give a exact number but assuming that everything was optimal a firing pin should last the life of the gun. Problems arise when the steel isnt pure or to specification, the hardening wast done properly, or one of the components was out of spec (bolt, firing pin,....ect). These conditions can lead to problems such as work hardening, being to soft, or added stress.

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