I was in a discussion on another forum with someone who asserted revolvers were superior to semi auto pistols because they didn't jam or have magazine problems. At the range, I was shooting a 1918 Colt Army Special 38. It's an old, tired gun but still shots well. The trigger pull suddenly got gritty and stiff and locked up. Could not move hammer, could not move trigger. Luckily I had fired the last cartridge. Opened it up yesterday to discover the trigger pivot pin had snapped off. The trigger moved enough the safety lever link came out of the trigger engagement pin. This discombobulated the mechanism enough to lock up the action. This is a hard stoppage, no way to clear it up in the field without gunsmithing. Looks like all I need is to drive the pin out of the frame and replace it. Anybody got one?