View Poll Results: What is your age group?

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  • 50 ~ 59?

    230 24.21%
  • 40 ~ 49?

    165 17.37%
  • 30 ~ 39?

    147 15.47%
  • 21 ~ 29?

    172 18.11%
  • Under 21?

    23 2.42%
  • 60 ~60+?

    213 22.42%
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  1. #81
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    I'm 25, I own a 686plus and I'm about a week away from a 642.

    Who knows, in 15-20 years I might look around and find myself with a collection.


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    Im 24 and am still browsing for the handgun that I will like...

    I need to get on the ball here i think.

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    I am officially in guys..My newly acquired S&W 686 w/6in Barrel qualifies me to be in this revolver group, right???

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    57 and I've been shooting hand guns for 42 years.

  5. #85
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    51 here, bought my First hangun a few days ago, looking forward to a few more!

  6. #86
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    35 here....

  7. #87
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    sounds like a bunch of whippersnappers. One guy said he is 71, Im almost 70 and i bet me and the 71 are as good as the 25s.

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    Just jokeing, but dont discount us.

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    Hey, 31 here i love to fire all guns. But, i do prefer an auto for carry. When it comes down to it they winout with capacity. Revolvers are nice however for there reliability. Was this OP some sort of test to see if young people dont like wheel guns???

    P.S. I love my S&W model 17-4 22 cal. has a 8 3/8 in barrel and is the most accurate gun i have ever fired. 1in groups of six at 75 ft.

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    Well I'll be 53 this year and have been a cop since age 21. Back then we all carried S&W revolvers, and I still own and carry the Mod.60 J-frame I had as a detective. I also enjoy carrying my SP-101, 38 special from Ruger (nice solid gun) I also have a couple of Glocks, which our dept. also issues as well as a couple of pocket pistols (Beretta and Colt .25's) I've carried all of them off-duty from time to time depending on weather, dress mode,etc. But of all of them I love my revolvers the most. Just my 2 cents..thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronnie View Post
    Just jokeing, but dont discount us.
    I've learned way too many lessons from people that some would discount them. I'm getting a little sore thinking about it

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    I think that semi-auto pistols are cooler looking and fit IWB a little better. Revolvers are more dependable.

  13. #93
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    I'm 41. I am happy with either, however I carry a Glock or Kel-Tec more often than my S&W M-19. The autos just tend to be easier to conceal.

  14. #94
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    39 here. Currently own 5 handguns, only one of which is a revolver (Taurus Tracker .357).

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    I am 28. I carry a Sig P250 .45 on my person and keep my Taurus 85 in the truck at all times as a BUG.

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    28 and started shooting in the service at 18.
    revoler is the best for home defense in my mind since there's no mag springs to wear out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revolver View Post
    I think someone's implying that only old s are into revolvers and all the young folk are into the latest fads in jamomatics.

    I'm of the few exceptions to this rule.
    I'm 32 and half of my weapons are muzzle loading replicas, including a revolver. I think I was born 200 years late.

  18. #98
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    69 y/o and have been shooting & carrying all my adult life.

    Currently carry a Kimber Pro CDP II with Crimson Tide Laser grips - sweet setup.


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    35 here. Hunting and shooting my whole life but only in the last 5 years did I discover handguns. Looking to shot my first deer this fall with a 45 colt

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    I'm 63 and have had a revolver since 1968. Its a Ruger Single Six combo 22/22mag, the older three screw without any modifications by the factory. I still have the original Ruger box. Looks as good as it did the day I bought it and is my favorite for plinking.

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