This is a discussion on FS: M&P Extractor Coil Pins within the Classifieds forums, part of the Marketplace category; These are the pins that hold your extractor in place. If you have ever removed or plan to remove your extractor (and you should) use ...
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|August 2nd, 2012, 03:06 PM||#1|
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FS: M&P Extractor Coil Pins
These are the pins that hold your extractor in place. If you have ever removed or plan to remove your extractor (and you should) use these pins to replace the solid pin that is holding all but the latest M&P's in place.
They are made from 420 stainless steel, are work hardened, and have a double shear strength of 600 lbs. Pin is 5/64 dia x 1/2" long. These pins are far superior to the standard roll pin which could break or work loose and is what S&W is putting in the new guns.
$1 for the first one and .50 each additional. Will take a PayPal gift.
I recommend this tool to remove your solid pin (and a bit of kroil or other penetrating oil). After the new coil pin is installed removal is super easy with a roll pin punch to get in there and clean the extractor and extractor channel out.
1/16" starter punch http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=2...Starting-Punch
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