Probably not BUT you are going to have to be very careful when fixing the bent pin. Take a .5 inch mechanical pencil and empty out the lead. Take the head of the .5 inch pencil and carefully insert it over the pin. Now carefully and gently bend the pin back into place. The most important thing is to be slow and careful. If you break the pin completely then you really are screwed.
I've never really had this idea hit me before, excellent tool for the job. Thanks as well for the next time I do this!