Cross Armory Striker / Firing Pin for Glock Gen 3 & 4 – Heat Treated Stainless Steel


  • Extended Tip – Heat Treated to H900 Stainless Steel
  • Skeletonized and Precision CNC Machined – *NOT CAST
  • Over 22% Weight Reduced
  • 98% Reduced Friction – Curved Crucible
  • Enhanced Replacement for worn out firing pins / strikers

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FITS – 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39  14-4 Heat Treated Stainless Steel

FRICTION REDUCED BY 98% AND CNC SKELETONIZED AND EXTENDED TIP. Shoot Faster, Shoot More Accurately with the Skeletonized Striker, making it an excellent fit for your Glock with unmatched reliability.

The Innovative and first of its kind curved crucible reduces the drag and friction between the trigger bar and the firing pin by 98%! Giving you a smoother crisper trigger pull.

The skeletonized design reduces weight while keeping all structural integrity. Factory OEM Firing pin Weight: 7.51 Grams.

22.23% Weight Reduced! Cross Armory Firing pin Weight: 5.84 Grams  VS  Factory OEM Firing pin Weight: 7.51 Grams.

The extended tip enhancement eliminates light primer strikes!

We at Cross Armory have been improving on the firing pin for over five years, reducing the weight and friction while increasing strength and durability. There is no other firing pin on the market that has the dedicated amount of time and effort poured into it, while it appears to be such a small and simple component, because of it’s essential function we have made it a labor of love to create a pin that is lighter, stronger or smoother than anything the world has ever seen.

DISCLAIMER: This product is not manufactured, authorized, endorsed, or warranted by GLOCK. GLOCK does not warrant or represent that this product is compatible with GLOCK pistols.


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