Just bought a Ruger P345 a few days ago and have a question about the legality of removing one of the gun's safety features. It's the mag disconnect safety, which I have absolutely no use for nor desire to keep, but I've noticed that over at the Ruger forums the subject of removing the safety seems to be pretty taboo. The controversy with this particular gun is that when it's dry fired without a magazine in place, the firing pin will strike the safety and can potentially damage both the pin and the safety... permanently preventing the firing pin from ever making contact with the primer, (I.e. - useless for self-defense). I've gone ahead and removed the safety while I was inspecting the firing pin for any damage from the previous owner... which was a simple process and can easily be returned to factory condition. Are there any legal reasons here in Georgia why this isn't a good idea?