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    Seth0764
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    I work as a Master  Certified RV Technician at Mountain Home RV. 

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    airgunnerca
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    I’m a father of one (2 years old). I have been working as Software Engineer for 7 years. I got into air gun world last year …

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    racer1
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    I’m semi retired in the mountains of Idaho now. Currently own an NQA1 certified machine shop & fabrication facility.
    My other favorite job is seasonal Wildfire support services.
    The School of hard knocks and scars is a tough but rewarding education.
    Still not sure what I wan’t to be when (IF) I ever grow up!

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    MScottLeeman
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    After 23 years as a Collection Specialist , my cousin and I formed our own painting and renovation company. This is what both of our Fathers did for a living. Currently going on our 10th year with an expanding and Awesome customer base.

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    TRWeiss1
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    Software engineer over here. I worked in flight simulation for 10 years, and have worked in the forklift industry for 5. I design, write, debug, and maintain embedded software responsible for allowing the trucks to drive and lift.

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    220Swift
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    Looking to see if I can reply with my phone
    I build engines for a living

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    Siscakidd
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    I am the owner operator of a porcelain restoration company in western NY.going on my 24th year,that means I restore tubs ,tile ,fiberglass ,Formica , I am now teaching my son to take over the business so I can semi retire in the next 10 yrs or so….fingers crossed 

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    rjos3ph
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    Machinist for 41yrs, looking forward to retirement in about 5yrs or so. 

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    bowwild
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    Retired wildlife biologist having worked in IN, KS, MS, and retired as Wildlife Director in Kentucky. I. founded and am current president of the National Archery in the Schools Program (non-profit) in 2002 (largest youth archery org. in the world …2.4 million students last year). God willing I’ll retire again as president of NASP® in about 3 more years. 

    New to this AG stuff but love shooting in doors in the winter and squirrel hunting. 

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    socaloldman
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    Retired from multiple businesses, always in some kind of management.  Raised 3 boys and one girl, all have finished college and are upstanding contributors to society.  They even send us a few bucks now and then.   Presently manage a senior community woodworking shop.  My god are these old farts dangerous but we tell so many lies and laugh at each other all the time.  It is surprising how  much fun can be had working around retired guys and gals.  Woodturning and airguns occupy my time now.  Keep learning every day and you will be happy.  Nick

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    Centercut
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    Retired Navy Submarine Officer after 27 years, now working the past 13 years as a Program Manager for the Navy (as a civilian) in San Diego. Got into PCP air guns in the past year, and enjoy target shooting and watching ground squirrels do the “break dance and helicopter tail” from a solid head shot. Have 4 PCP air guns, a .30 FX Bobcat, .22 Daystate Renegade, .177 Brocock Bantam, and a .177 Air Max pistol. Plan on attending and competing in EBR this coming October… P.S. My Avatar is a 2 inch target shot at 52 yards with my .22 DS Renegade, one full 10 shot magazine.
    Mike

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    shutik
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    I am software engineer specializing in financial sector. I work with risk managers, actuaries and traders to measure financial risk exposures and hedge it away with derivatives.

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    Red2x4
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    I’m an accountant.  I started working for a non-profit about 8 years ago who raises money to research a cure for a disease then about 4 years ago my wife contracted the disease.  My company has been very understanding and helpful.  They let me work from home so I can help my wife more.  I consider it God’s providence that I started working for this company and then my wife got this disease.  I enjoy reading the Bible and learning theology.  If anyone ever has a question about faith or religion send me a message.  I’m happy to discuss.  

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    AWCG
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    I make photographs

    Grew up with an air rifle in my hand, never grew tired of shooting them. 

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    anqgiap
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    Network engineer here, been doing it for almost 20 years.

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    Tinbuster
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    I am an Arborist in southern Ohio.

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    SMH77
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    Mechanical Engineer-for about 20 years now, graduated from Michigan Technological University (MTU).  I started off in automotive, doing FEA for light truck frames for about 2 years (company left the area).  Then I moved into Off-Highway doing new product development in the hydraulics industry for about 6 years.  After that, I spent about 8 years in the aerospace industry designing parts for fuel controls in jet engines.  I currently work at Harley-Davidson Motor Co working on new product design (new motorcycles) for the past 2-1/2 years.

    I’ve been an airgunner (on and off-but always ON in my heart!) since I was about 10 years old.  

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    shootmore
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    I am just a lowly Computer Hardware support guy who works for the state of Alabama. (Probably be retiring in another year or so…the good Lord willing….been playing around with airguns since I was knee high to a married grasshopper.  Something about mechanical stuff that sparks my interest.  Love the old stuff.  

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    JohnL57
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    Homegrown country boy hippie studio potter-been earning my living at it for 40 years now.

    (also farmer tan poster boy,LOL!)

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    yeagger
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    Computer tech.

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