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How old

How old  

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  1. 1. Reading through posts got me thinking of the age break down on Upland Journal

    • 20-30
      9
    • 31-41
      15
    • 42-52
      54
    • 53-63
      70
    • 64-74
      60
    • 75-80+
      14


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Craig Conroy

I'm 67; I'm still trying to decide what I want to be when I grow up.

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Superbelley

I’m only 79 but I feel much older 

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mshowman

I’m 66 but have found that hanging out with the right crowd, in the right places, makes me feel younger. 

 

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NCgrouse

33, but my wife says 60 at heart lol

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Brad Eden

60, am told I look younger, I feel older. Is what it is, getting old ain't for sissies.

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drummer's stump

I need names and addresses of you old guys so I know who to call so I can buy your guns!!!

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BlacknTan
8 minutes ago, drummer's stump said:

I need names and addresses of you old guys so I know who to call so I can buy your guns!!!

 

I'm sure my heirs will practically give mine away for cash...

 

I'm 69. Felt like 75 until I got this pup last year... Now I feel 69 again! It only does so much... 😮

 

BTW, I think Mike Showman has the correct solution..

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2 hours ago, Flairball said:

51, but cranky beyond my years. 

35, but cranky well beyond my years here. 

 

I still work and party harder than most people do in their 20s. I don't know if it's tough, stubborn, or dumb. But it's working. 

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Jayhawk92

This age distribution may not bode well for the longevity of the board, but if the younger members keep an interest in SxS and O/U it will do wonders for our gun safes. 😂

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topdog1961
41 minutes ago, Brad Eden said:

60, am told I look younger, I feel older. Is what it is, getting old ain't for sissies.

 

But it sure beats the only alternative. 

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oak stob

At 66 in a few short weeks, I find one problem or reality is being more and more surrounded by other aged folks who are heard complaining at the drop of an Advil container...”Why, in my day, you whippersnappers .......” and  “Scat, you.....”.

 

Probably why a dog keeps you young.....too busy to hear as many crochety folks.

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Flairball
1 hour ago, NECarson said:

35, but cranky well beyond my years here. 

 

I still work and party harder than most people do in their 20s. I don't know if it's tough, stubborn, or dumb. But it's working. 

I hate to tell you this, but if you’re cranky beyond your years at 35, it ain’t working. 

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gunsrus

Baaaad knees are the killer ! Left already replaced , looking forward to right knee replacement in late Nov .

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ccavacini
2 hours ago, BlacknTan said:

 

I'm sure my heirs will practically give mine away for cash...

 

I'm 69. Felt like 75 until I got this pup last year... Now I feel 69 again! It only does so much... 😮

 

BTW, I think Mike Showman has the correct solution..

69 here too.   But look and act much younger.  Stay in pretty good shape.

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dogrunner
2 hours ago, drummer's stump said:

I need names and addresses of you old guys so I know who to call so I can buy your guns!!!

Heck you’ll get Al’s collection isn’t that enough. 😁

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