Replace regular AR15 trigger pins with Anti-Walk trigger pins

In this video I am replacing the regular AR15 trigger pins with Anti-Walk trigger pins on my 6.5 Grendel rifle. For some reason the trigger pin, not the hammer pin, was walking out on me as I was shooting and caused some rounds not to fire. After this fix, I have not had that problem and every round is firing just fine, even with my custom trigger job. The link to the Brownells Anti-Walk trigger pins is here

To read a little more about first time I discovered this problem read this blog post here.

One Comment

  1. EuReekCA

    I found it easier to install the screw head on one side of each of the anti-walk pins, and use them to push the std. pins out. Then install the other two screws and snug up the assembly. I prefer the KNS anti-rotation pins, as they won’t walk or rotate and wear out the pin holes in the receiver.

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