Seems to me it would be like flying an airplane but never taking time to learn how to fly it....sooner or later someone is going to get hurt. If you are not sure how you and/or the weapon will react in a given situation, you are just looking for trouble. Three rules to remember 1. Practice, 2. Practice, 3. Repeat #'s 1 &2. :wave:
Definitely a no-go.
Even if you have the most reputable gun in the world by the most reputable company, you may have a lemon. The more rounds you have through it, the more confidant you can be in its reliability and your ability to shoot it accurately. Zero rounds through it to me means zero reliability.