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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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    What is your age group?

    If your preference is auto pistols, please respond under that group

    Bob Wright

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    I'm confused.....again

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    Hi Bob, :-D
    you must think us revolver people are older (extra catagory 60+) I still shoot autos also including my department issue Sig Pro 2340. I was the first man on our department to carry a 9mm DA auto in the 1970's. We got a new Chief in 1979 and we all had to carry revolvers for over 10 years when we were finally issued weapons.(Sig P228 in 9mm.) Jim

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    I just assumed with age came wisdom.


    As in my case.

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    I guess I feel younger in the summer, for Carry S&W 340PD (wheelgun) and a SIG 239 SAS .40 (auto)for cooler weather. My age? 59.

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    Re: What is you age group?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wright
    If your preference is auto pistols, please respond under that group

    Bob Wright
    Bob I put 50 and older cuz on July the 9th I turn 50 but having said that I don't own a .50 GI yet. A couple of wheel guns. 2 five shooters .38 spl and .45 ACP, and 1 six shooter in .44 mag.

    I don't know who won the west, the .45 Colt or the .44 or the 44-40 but it sure must have been wild.

    I come to the conclusion that I just love the .45 caliber regardless.

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    Re: What is you age group?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wright
    If your preference is auto pistols, please respond under that group

    Bob Wright
    Bob I put 50 and older cuz on July the 9th I turn 50 but having said that I don't own a .50 GI yet. A couple of wheel guns. 2 five shooters .38 spl and .45 ACP, and 1 six shooter in .44 mag.

    I don't know who won the west, the .45 Colt or the .44 or the 44-40 but it sure must have been wild.

    I come to the conclusion that I just love the .45 caliber regardless.
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    I'm still under 21.

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    Re: What is you age group?

    Quote Originally Posted by RONNIE J

    DEAR SIR,
    The white lie police now have you in our sites--you will shortly receive notification as where to forward all firearms now in you domain to be properly disposed of;;failure to comply could result in a laugh... :-D :-D

    RJ
    THAT sounds like a direct quote from AARP


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    I really enjoy shooting both about equally. I prefer to carry my semi-autos, if for no other reason than round capacity. I don't shoot one any better than the other so that is not an issue.

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    Re: What is you age group?

    Quote Originally Posted by JB
    Quote Originally Posted by RONNIE J

    DEAR SIR,
    The white lie police now have you in our sites--you will shortly receive notification as where to forward all firearms now in you domain to be properly disposed of;;failure to comply could result in a laugh... :-D :-D

    RJ
    THAT sounds like a direct quote from AARP

    That's why they(AARP) don't get my money each year and the gun forums and NRA do

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    I appear to be one of the youngsters of the group at 26. Still loving my revolvers, though! Hey, I thought of you today at work, actually, and this made me think of it. I had a guy asking for a good defense handgun and I walked him over to the revolvers. He looks at me and says, "I thought all you kids refused to touch these things!"

    And yes, I do feel personally insulted when people scoff revolvers and say, "No, I want a real gun." I know you don't get much more real than my 686, and I usually tell them so, too. Had a girl got real nasty about the revolvers the other day and I couldn't help it. "Well if you need 17 rounds, that's fine. But personally, I can get the job done with six rounds. You might want to consider trying our range out and getting some practice in." I just couldn't help myself.
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    38 here.

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    I am two days older than baseball, and I carry both at different times. That's a real wore out old 60.

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    Carry auto's, but prefer my SP101 357 and 45 Colt revolvers at the range. Guess I'm just a confused old guy..

    W

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    Part of the majority - for a couple more years, anyway. I like revolvers and autopistols.........as long ans they go bang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy
    I am two days older than baseball, and I carry both at different times. That's a real wore out old 60.
    Did you ever stop to think that a baseball game was being played while General Custer was getting his command shot up? Even Yankee soldiers played baseball during the Civil War.

    And, yeah, I know Custer was only a colonel, but he was a Brevet General at the time of Little Big Horn.

    Bob Wright

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    He was also a glory hound that got his troops wiped out.

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    Bob Wright, Custer was a Civil War Brevet General and a Lt. Colonel at the time of his demise. Regards, Richard

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    Young punk here. As the name and pic implies, I love Smith & Wesson revolvers.

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