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    New guy from Indiana

    I have been lurking around for the past few days....pretty good sight with what seems to be a good group of people. I look forward to learning from you all.

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    Welcome from the mountian top in North Carolina.

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    Welcome from down in the swamp. Enjoy.

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    Hello all,
    I have scouted out different forums as well and this seems like a good one. I am not new to handguns per say but would describe my experience as basic and minimal. I look forward to chatting and will be taking in all I can, having said that I just want to wave hello from the Mojave Desert.

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    Greetings and welcome! Jump on in.
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    question

    I decided on a Ruger SP 101 and will be picking it up soon. People are saying in other forums that the owners manual recommends dry firing to smooth it out. I have always been under the impression that's not a good practice. Is this not true?

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