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I was just thinking about all the guys & gals I shoot with or have shot with and their different vocations. I will give a short list and let ya'll add some of your own. Just thinking aloud!!
Mechanic, Lawyer, Dentist, Dist. attorney, deputy, policeman, chemical engineer, pharmacist, concert conducter, computer IT guy or code monkey, truck driver, hardware store owner, county road worker, power company lineman, auto painter, retired mortician, plumber, contractor, teacher, chicken broker, preacher, assorted salesmen, A/C- heat repairman. Now what is amazing is the fact that these people can come together and have a ball shooting or reloading or whatever gun related. These people may have never talked to each other except this sport brought them together.
 

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I shoot with Vetranarians, machinist, retired guys and even a chef(who'd have ever guess that) your right though. meet these people on the street and they would never talk to you.
 

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I talked to G.O.D. in the street one time. Told him to slow down. Little did I know he was one of us.
I've cut way back on my shooting. I only shoot when I'm alone or with someone!
 

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ajlineman said:
I like to get the kids out and shoot with them, its just fun to watch them
Agreed -- that the kids are the future to our sport and our right to keep and bear arms!! Get them involved at every opportunity!!
 

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Armed Citizenry

It has been said that an armed citizenry is a polite and courteous citizenry.

Along the same line of thought, at every gun show I have attended, everybody seemed to act decently toward everyone else, as though in support of the above idea.
 
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