Just picked up a nice Type 26 revolver & Nambu holster, however, the end of the firing pin appears to have been machine "shaved" to prevent firing. My questions: Was this a common practice to allow the gun to be brought in after the war? I understand these are rare (under 60,000 made), so what are the chances of picking up a replacement? and would replacing it with a non-original hammer/pin affect the value? In other words, is it better to have it all original, but non-firing or the other way around? Any info on where one might acquire a replacement hammer/pin (it appears to be one piece) would be appreciated. Thanks.