Field strip the pistol, removing the barrel.
Take it to the hardware store and buy a piece of brass rod that is slightly smaller than bore diameter and at least 8" long.
Put a wrap of masking tape on the rod.
Put a squirt of oil into the muzzle and let it run down onto the bullet.
Put the barrel muzzle down on a block of wood.
Place the tape-covered brass rod into the chamber end of the barrel until it touches the base of the bullet.
Use a hammer to tap, tap, tap the bullet out. Remember to tap like you are breaking ice cubes to put into your drink, don't pound like you're driving nails or breaking rocks.
Note: Do not go cheap any buy a wooden dowel, because it will split and create a bigger problem.