View Poll Results: What is your age group?

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  • Under 21?

    15 2.80%
  • 21 ~ 29?

    148 27.61%
  • 30 ~ 39?

    131 24.44%
  • 40 ~ 49?

    104 19.40%
  • 50 ~ 59?

    138 25.75%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wright View Post
    I am assumed with age came wisdom.



    Also known as stubborn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    I'm an old in training. I just turned 47. Can't believe I'm approaching a half century.
    If your approaching the half-century mark, I guess I'm leaving it.

    Life still looks good on the other side.

    Gee, am I now approaching the century mark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering Man View Post
    If your approaching the half-century mark, I guess I'm leaving it.

    Life still looks good on the other side.

    Gee, am I now approaching the century mark?

    WM
    Century!!! Holy smoke! Ah, I thought that about fifty year olds when I was twenty. Now I'm almost fifty and it doesn't seem as old as I thought.

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    Its kinda embarrassing to think back about how I viewed those "old folks" in their 50's, now that I am here.



    And now, 70 doesn't look so bad, either.

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    My dad is 79. I use to think that as ancient but that’s only 32 years away for me.

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    You guys are a bunch of old geezers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mdnitedrftr View Post
    You guys are a bunch of old geezers
    No shit! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mdnitedrftr View Post
    You guys are a bunch of old geezers
    Just wait thirty years, then come back and tell us that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mdnitedrftr View Post
    You guys are a bunch of old geezers
    Not yet. Just an old geezer in training.

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    Who cares how old someone is sounds nosey to me , whats age got to do with shooting a gun, I mean really get a life.

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    Well.........ya' know........EVERYBODY older than me is an old /geezer/etc. and ANYBODY younger than me is just a kid! (no matter what age I am).

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooter View Post
    Wont say what group Im in but FEEL like I should be in the "Older than dirt"group :-D :-D
    "My Dad say's he can never define that either..!" He kinda goes "Back-N-Forth" between "Dust & Granite..!" (LOL..!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    I'm in the 30-39 group

    Yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gene View Post
    Who cares how old someone is sounds nosey to me , whats age got to do with shooting a gun, I mean really get a life.
    We do talk about other things besides guns. This is a place where people with like interests can get together and discuss their hobbies and maybe life in general. Nothing wrong with that is there?

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    I seem to be in an age group not listed - 80 -81 year old group. I shoot every week and get a 100 mile ride on my motorcycle once a week - weather permitting - which it hasn't the past 2 weeks. Had to settle with repairing the snowblower and installing new drive belts.









    Next week, maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wright View Post
    Also the reluctance to bend over to pick brass.

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    Bob,
    I have seen a couple of people use a tool to pick up brass. It is made to pick pecans up off the ground. It works great for 45 acp.

    Wayne

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    I'm 66, with three autos.
    Depends' work well to polish them.
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    66 yrs. young, but whos counting. 5 semi autos. They all work.

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    OJ- I love your T-shirt. Funny!

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    OJ- I love your T-shirt. Funny!
    Thanks - I might have been a little concerned about how our women members might think but for the fact the t-shirt was a gift from my wife.

    But, then, she's always been very supportive of my motorcycling, guns, and shooting. I'm the luckiest guy in the world IMHO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wright View Post
    I am assumed with age came wisdom.




    Also the reluctance to bend over to pick brass.

    Bob Wright

    Bob,

    With age does comes wisdom.....at least enough to know to strech out an old king size sheet, on the ground, to my right and centered at about 4:30, when I am at the range alone and just plinking. At the end of the day I just pull all four corners together and twist. I take all them home and only bend over 4 times. Ben doin it that way for years. A few fellows laughed at me the first time they saw it, but when they were finished and had to pick up all their brass scattered here and yon, you could see the light come on!!!

    tex......48 years young.

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    Hey.........unfair....I'm 65! I shoot a 460 S&W 15" Encore and a 16" 45-70 Contender. Ruger P90, P95 , P345, GP100, Dan Wesson 357, and a Glock 22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OJ View Post
    Thanks - I might have been a little concerned about how our women members might think but for the fact the t-shirt was a gift from my wife.

    But, then, she's always been very supportive of my motorcycling, guns, and shooting. I'm the luckiest guy in the world IMHO.

    Were not very PC here. Don't worry about it. You are lucky to have a wife like that and then again, I have one like that too. We are lucky guys. (Do our wives say that though?)

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    Hey 40-49'ers, were ahead! Wow! I haven't had this much excitement since my last prostate exam.

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    Were not very PC here. Don't worry about it. You are lucky to have a wife like that and then again, I have one like that too. We are lucky guys. (Do our wives say that though?)
    Thanks - That newer Colt series 70 was a birthday gift from her also.

    She even tolerates (secretly likes) my dog sitting on her lap.



    Had to settle for another week without a bike ride or shooting and running the snowblower. Where's global warming when we need it?




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