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Old February 14, 2018, 07:32 PM   #11
Walt Sherrill
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Join Date: February 15, 1999
Location: Winston-Salem, NC USA
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I wonder if a small-headed nail super-glued to the end of the broken pin might be enough to drag the broken pin out of the frame? You can get several small tubes of super glue at a dollar store for $1... It would be worth a try. Some metals stick together when glued by that stuff.

Or if you can keep it still enough (so that it won't spin) to drill a small hole into the center of the pin and then use an "easy-out" to pull it out.

Someone with a welding unit could probably tack something onto the pin and use THAT tacked on piece to pull it out.

Whatever you do, order a new pin from Kel-Tec right way...

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