I am heading to a gun show probably Saturday, it'll be my first. First, I have no experience with handling a gun, heh.. I've held a few, shot a .38 cal revolver once. I've only been really interested in firearms for the past couple months though. I am looking to pick up a 1911, partial to Springfield, but if I find anything I like and the price is right I'll nab it.... I'm looking for something around the $350 range, so obviously it will be used. Like I said I am a gun n00b and I'm sure the vendor will realize this the instant I take the gun from his hands. I've done a little bit of research about the specific gun I am looking for so I understand some of what to look for. My question here is about etiquette. What am I allowed to do when the guy hands me the gun? What should I check? How do I check the trigger pull? How do I check the action... blah blah blah I'm sure there is a n00b guide somewhere, link me please. My biggest fear is the vendor guy yelling at me for cocking the hammer or something.