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Old 02-11-2013, 12:18 PM   #21
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I've been shooting and around guns my entire 61 years.
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Im 28, i started shooting at a young age, maybe around 6 or 7. I had my own bb/pellet gun, actually had several cause I wore them out.
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About to turn 27 in a few days. Getting old lol. Only been shooting for a year now and not that much.
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I forget............
Darn, ive been wondering that one for quite a while...


Im 18, but ive already puchased 3 long guns, and I think im hooked for life. To those more time-experienced: Is there any hope for my wallet in the future?
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69.

Been shootin' fer 62 years!

Wish I was 13 again, knowin'; what I know now.

There would really be some problems with teen pregnancy!
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Been shootin' fer 62 years!

Wish I was 13 again, knowin'; what I know now.

There would really be some problems with teen pregnancy!
And you still haven't found out what causes babies? There are precautions.
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40...and what a horrible age. Old enough to be halfway dead. Old enough to realize you aren't where you wanted to be in life. Old enough that companies view you as old. Old enough to start checking for prostate cancer. Old enough for grey hair, or no hair at all. Old enough to ache every day. Old enough to see your wife's ass expanding.
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40...and what a horrible age. Old enough to be halfway dead. Old enough to realize you aren't where you wanted to be in life. Old enough that companies view you as old. Old enough to start checking for prostate cancer. Old enough for grey hair, or no hair at all. Old enough to ache every day. Old enough to see your wife's ass expanding.
Don't worry - Your eyesight will go next
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Old age aint for sissies. I like the saying that things gets better with age. If that holds true, I am approaching Magnificence.
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I am a 27 year old trapped in a older body!!!
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