Your hobbies other than airguns?

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    chohan
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    My other hobby is riding curves in the NC Foothills and mountains

    On my "secret" low traffic roads:

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    Funshine
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    Boating, love being on the backwater Canals in South Florida.

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    johnbaz77
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    HI all

    I just joined the forum, My hobbies include- 

     

    Little trees..

     

    Guitarrin'

    I've collected watches for over 40 years!

    I also collect tools, Lathes Grinders etc and knives!

     

    Oh, I bought this to play with too!

     

    John 😁

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    intenseaty22
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    Add learning the Russian language to my hobby list. It’s mostly free & keeps my brain active. 

    @johnbaz77 Holy smokes Batman! That’s a truckload of watches you have there. 

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    airgunmike56
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    Wow, some cool hobbies 

    Not sure its a hobby are a life style, Weight lifter, Power lifter, Now that I am in my middle 60s just a gym rat,

    Racing pigeons, Motorcycles, 200 real H/P Hayabusa, Touring bikes , and adventure touring bikes,

    Mike 

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    ZackonBass
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    Dang ol video games. I cant wait for Red Dead 2. I want to be a cowboy!

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    mcoulter
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    Trail riding this year and hopefully some sprint enduros and/or hare scrambles next year:

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    Brislee
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    I custom rout slot car tracks for people out of MDF…….

     

    This one is in my basement 

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    Bluecup
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    Reef keeping, Electronics amp building and my camaro.

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    JamesD.
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    Archery, studying all things medical on the web of Human anatomy, anything I can learn to save lives. I use to be into fitness, lifting, wrestling, boxing. Even some Martial Arts weapons have been practiced to a high level. Nowadays it's mainly pellets & arrows inside & out no matter the weather.

    The above are hobbies. For when my job, being a Father, isn't demanding my attention. Those 3 things, (Air guns, Bows, studying)  keep me sane from the job.

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    wheelie
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    Anything that shoots. I have a range in my house for everything but my powder burners.

    http://www.independentont.com/images/2009-02-21%20crossbow/bowroom1.JPG

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    Brislee

    I custom rout slot car tracks for people out of MDF…….

     

    This one is in my basement 

    Always wanted to get into slot car racing, tracks, along with the railroad hobbies. RC planes for sure, and a Harley down 1-5 with a wife beater tank top on. None of those happened, due to life’s duties. Bought five acres out in the country, remodeled for 16 years, put my kid thru private school, so yeah, all those ones I listed never got a chance to happen. 

    But, I did get into reloading, playing computerized chess games, and have always been into working out with iron. Now, this PCP thing is just consuming me, and being retired, it takes up any and all the free time I have. 

     

    I still Love to design and build structures, but I leave all the physical work for my 22 year old son, due to seven back surgeries. Here’s a couple of pics of my last projects that I planned out:a 53’x6’ wide bridge and a 18’x12’ wide dock, both on my two acre pond. 

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    bowwild
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    I've been an archer for more than 50 years, mostly bowhunting.  Now I'm teaching grandchildren. 

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    Greenarrow
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    You guys do/have some cool stuff!

     

    I do a little woodworking and turning, trail running, a little bicycling, shooting,  R/C planes and quadcopters.  That’s about it.  Nothing real serious though, just a little here and there as time allows.

     

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