Does anyone take the time to read the owner's manual that comes with a gun (if available)? First off, you paid for it and sometimes there are some surprises. From my (foggy) memory, Kimber tells you to dry fire their 1911 pistols instead of easing the hammer down with your thumb. I remember Ruger saying you could load their P-Series pistols from the magazine or directly inserting a live round into the chamber and letting the slide go from the release. My favorite is when Marlin calls their .22 magazine a "CLIP".
What are some more tidbits you can remember? Let's keep this fun, please. john