"You told me his gun had no firing pin," I said.
You pull the trigger, and the firing pin goes forward, but nothing happens.
At the same time a long firing pin was retracted.
Collectors could simply remove the firing pins of the weapons.
Each of the four chambers has its own dedicated firing pin.
I still have the firing pin to that, he thought.
Does he have the firing pin back in the gun?
The odds were two to one its firing pin had been removed.
There was no bullet under the firing pin, of course.
Another common complaint is the tendency of the firing pin to break.