Hey everyone, So after a long time my grandfather has finally decided to give me his sidearm from his time serving in WWII as a Marine Infantry Officer. He used it in battles including Peleliu and Okinawa. He continued to keep it as his sidearm throughout the next 10 years as he continued serving in the reserves. Anyways, it's pretty much sat in a drawer for the last 60 years, attached are some pictures of it. The main issue I'm seeing is a missing firing pin (and assembly), so I'll need some advice on where to procure one and if that's something that should be purchased new or if it needs to be period-correct. Also, what would be a wise way to go about having it safety-checked, cleaned, or anything, if at all? I really love the history and family value of it, but seeing as how it was used post-war, it isn't quite as "battlefield" as it could be. Seeing as how I'm new to the 1911 world, what would any of you with more knowledge and experience do? My ultimate goal is to have it be functional, but for the most part be something of a display piece along with the other weapon he brought back from the war, a Type 94 Nambu. Thanks!