The end of the line?

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    mister12ax7
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    I’m slowing down a bit myself, I had a heart attack in July it seems like 72 snuck up on me way to soon. My last purchase ( a few months ago) was a FX Streamline in 22. It’s the lightest air rifle I own and it gets a lot of use these days. My pistols are also getting a lot of my attention. I haven’t forgotten my beautiful RAWs they come out when I need them and they are a joy to shoot. I have a good stock of ammo, at the rate I’m using it, I will die with a surplus. Maybe I should put you guys in my will.

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    Vana2
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    68 and slowing down, lots of arthritic aches and pains but nothing debilitating; vision isn't what it used to be so all my rifles are scoped to compensate.

    Started out as a kid making bows and arrows, slingshots and shooting pellet guns; retired now and back to making bows and arrows, slingshots and shooting pellet guns. My wife says I am in my second childhood – I strongly disagree, still in my first and clinging to it desperately LOL! 

    I'm lucky to have 10 acres in a rural area that's loaded with wildlife. Made a nice shooting range in the backyard and am perfectly happy to stay close to home.

    My getting "old regime" is to minimize stress, eat healthy, exercise gently and drink lots of water – that and shoot pellet guns! That's working pretty good so far.

     

     

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    donwalk
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    I'm between 75 and 80…had to give up bows 'cuz I could no longer draw the poundage (strictly recurves and longbows) and the arthritis in the fingers…got into airguns back in the late 80's and haven't looked back since. I have no plans to slow/stop at this time.

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