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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
i have never seen that set up for the trigger assembaly pins. I have never had a problem with the traditional set up. I would probably check on the net for AR parts manufacturers and try to find some uppers makers they usually stock parts for the whole firearm they might know who makes it. Never loaded photos so not sure how to get it to work right.
 
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loaded45 said:
Thank's how would I get this pin set up...


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I bought the pin kit from Rainier Arms. I prefer that style as they look better and seem simpler to me and Rainier Arms rocks much ass.
 
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