I was knocking down my New Single Six, replacing the hammer and trigger springs, and got to thinking that it was the perfect time to do a 'fluff 'n buff' to slick up the action. OK, actually, I was trying to button it back up and couldn't get the loading gate to open when I realized that the trigger was going to have to come out in order to set the pawl plunger in place. That's really when I 'decided' to slick it up. Anyway, I gave the trigger pivot pin a couple of taps with a plastic hammer against a brass punch and it didn't budge like the hammer pin did - easily, that is. My question is, is there anything other than friction holding that pin in place - shouldn't be. Just being safe here. Don't need one of those, "Oh spit", moments. I'm becoming interested in revolvers now, after some time building rifles so I hope to be hanging out with those in the know!