You share your reloading recipes with less people than a BBQ pits head cook would ever share his prize winning recipe with.
You know exactly how many rifle, shotguns, and handguns will fit behind the seat of you regular cab pick up.
You pat yourself down before you leave you vehicle in the parking lot of the local courthouse, just to make sure you didn't forget one. Better to find it before you go in.....
You buy a new gun, and the first thing you do upon getting home is snap several pictures to post on this site........
Just to make the rest of us jealous.
You buy your CLP by the gallon, and that gallon only lasts you 6 months to a year. (Guilty.
To get around the no rifles allowed for big game hunting laws in your county, you go out and buy a rifle caliber pistol.
When you go to your doctor, you leave with 2 things. A bill for the co-pay, and an invite to join him at the range that weekend so you can try out said new pistol. ( My doc and I frequent the same LGS. )
You have figured out a way to keep those banned "high capacity magazines" for you AR, by ordering a .50 AE or Beowulf upper. ( A 10 rounder with 5.56 hods 4 .50 AE or Beowulf, a 30 rounder holds 7.)
You weigh yourself before and after removing your EDCs, and realize that you just dropped 10+ pounds.
You ave your spent brass even though you don't have reloading equipment...... yet.
And finally, you have spent more on upgrades and accessories for your gun that the gun's original price was.