I agree completely! I spread the word whenever I can. I learned this the hard way. I hope to help educate people to never load one round at a time into the chamber of a semi-auto pistol. It doesn't matter what brand it is. It should become a habit that even one round left in the box at the range HAS to be fed through the magazine. Ignorance can cause equipment failure. And the need to go read all the manuals of all the weapons you own!Just don't do what the prior owner did. DO NOT LOAD A ROUND DIRECTLY INTO THE CHAMBER!!!! The extractor IS NOT DESIGNED for the extractor to slip OVER a cartridge rim. If you download a PPS manual from Walther, it states NOT to insert a round into the chamber & close the slide. Many nimrods do not know that almost ALL autoloaders are designed to be loaded from an inserted magazine ONLY. There are a few exceptions like a Baretta 92 & several others. I was taught on a 1911 NEVER to load an auto except from a mag. It's a good practice to load only from a mag on any autoloader to be on the safe side.