Originally Posted by Wiseman3
Nope no harm at all and many of the times I've watched it happen its been a good thing. Generally brings forth other questions from people that aren't as experienced as others.
Once I was at a Big 5 Sporting Goods store and asked to look at one of the .22 ARs (don;t remember which one) and the guy hands it to me, I check it for safe and hand it to one of my sons, who did the same thing, then he handed it to his brother, who did it yet again. Then he handed it back to me and I did a quick field strip to see what was different from a real AR. The poor guy behind the counter nervously asked me "Um. You are
going to put it back together, aren't you?"
I get a kick out of the guy who tries to do the quick safety thing but doesn't know the gun as well as I do.