Worst case poss. broke off pull pin !?
I have a simple old .32 pull pin 6 shot Forehand arms revolver that the pull pin was stuck/rusted? in the cylinder. Rotated with cyl. Couldn't budge it. Soaked for a week in kerosene and trans. fluid and tried something I read here, clamped pin in vise and tried turning cyl. with locking pliers, cyl. covered with leather to avoid marring; and the pin broke off! There's still about 1/16" in the front frame so it's still solidly held in and still shoots just fine. Now what? Should I just leave it alone and live with it or try to drill the pin out? If I off-drill just a bit and egg the frame or cyl. the piece will be ruined won't it? It's just an old cheapie, octagon bbl. with hardly a noticable bore anymore and at best, finish wise; fair to good cond.