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Old February 13, 2014, 08:17 AM   #2
Dixie Gunsmithing
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That looks to be a solid pin. Anyhow, if it is, you have two choices, but both require disassembly. After this, and you have the pin out, you can replace it with a roll pin the same size, or bump the head of that one. By bumping, you swell the pins head with a hammer, or use a small chisel, and make a small indent on the side at the big end. This swelled metal will hold the pin in after you drive it back in. Gunsmiths bump pins all the time, as some will not stay in if you don't.
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