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Old November 25, 2019, 12:52 PM   #10
Tankist
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Thanks very much for responding!

I spoke with S&W and according to them, there is no special trick to removing the pin. The right side end of the pin is definitely swagged though.

I won't be messing around with it any longer. I already hit it as hard as I date to. Will likely send it back to S&W to diagnose the various issues and to check on the pin as well.
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