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    Re: Other hobies

    Quote Originally Posted by theengel View Post
    Impressive!

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    Re: Other hobies

    You mean like this?:

    https://www.hobie.com/products/kayaks

    =^..^=

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    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Re: Other hobies

    Haha. Hobies.

    Hobbies.


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    Re: Other hobies

    My hobbies used to be drinking beer, playing video games, and sending lead downrange.
    I made a deal with my son to give up the first one, I don't have time for the second one anymore, and I recently discovered I'm proficient with a PT111-G2 pistol at "home defense" distances.
    Working on sighting in a couple of very old scoped .22LR rifles. Shotgun accuracy has already been established long ago.
    I'm not sure what to do with the bolt-action .22WMR "pistol" that used to be a rifle before SOMEONE broke the stock. Almost afraid to shoot the damn thing since the rebuild.

    I'll also practice the violin occasionally. It sounds awful, but I'm a beginner, it's supposed to.

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    Re: Other hobies

    I have a 124 year old house. Is that considered a hobby? lol


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    Re: Other hobies

    Quote Originally Posted by copier addict View Post
    I have a 124 year old house. Is that considered a hobby? lol
    We have an over 100 year old house, but I don't feel it's a hobby - more like an anchor around the neck 😩

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    Re: Other hobies

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBlueOrleans View Post
    My hobbies used to be drinking beer, playing video games, and sending lead downrange.
    I made a deal with my son to give up the first one, I don't have time for the second one anymore, and I recently discovered I'm proficient with a PT111-G2 pistol at "home defense" distances.
    Working on sighting in a couple of very old scoped .22LR rifles. Shotgun accuracy has already been established long ago.
    I'm not sure what to do with the bolt-action .22WMR "pistol" that used to be a rifle before SOMEONE broke the stock. Almost afraid to shoot the damn thing since the rebuild.

    I'll also practice the violin occasionally. It sounds awful, but I'm a beginner, it's supposed to.
    I used to like plinking with my .22 rifle, active targets like a can of shaving cream can provide entertaining results. My .22 is pretty old, but it has a brass bead on the front sight so it is really easy to get a good sight picture if the rear sight is adjusted properly.
    You are a genius as far as I'm concerned if you can play a violin, I've tried that. Best I could do was a trombone.
    I still like stamp collecting although I don't get first day covers anymore.

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    Re: Other hobies

    Gardening and baking.. i find them very relaxing


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    Re: Other hobies

    Arduino will keep you busy forever.

    Whatever

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