You Might Be a Gun Guy if: (Part 2) You Might Be a Gun Guy if: (Part 2)
  • The gun shop yells “NORM!” when you enter.
  • The gun shop owners know your kids.
  • You ideal cologne is Hoppes #9.
  • You’re biggest fear is when you die your wife will sell your guns for what you told her you paid for them.
  • You have more guns than your wife has shoes.
  • When watching movies you cry foul when 6 shooters fire 15 rounds and Glocks audibly “cock”.
  • You smile when you see familiar gun terms in car license tags like “556,” “762,” “ACP,” “BMG,” “MOA,” “GUN,” “BUG,” “DAO,” etc.
  • If you spend your lunch break and down time at work prepping brass for reloading.
  • When your family asks what ammo to buy you for Christmas and you say “Surprise me!  If I don’t have a gun that it goes to I’ll get one!”
  • You negotiate manicures for more ammo/accessories with your wife.
  • You notice the gun first on the ‘Blue Press’ catalog.
  • You see items like lamp posts as potential targets at increasing ranges.
  • You think a golf course is a perfectly good waste of a rifle range.
  • Date nights include the shooting range.
  • You hang your kids drawings on the gunsafe.
  • You have to console your 2 year old that she’s not ready to shoot when she keeps crying, “I wanna shoot .22!” when taking the older kids to the range.
  • You have guns you haven’t seen in over 10 years.
  • You have several guns that you have never fired.
  • You have been in gun shops that had less inventory than you.
  • When all your pets are named Winchester, Remington, Ruger, Nitro…
  • There is no one you dislike more than Senator Feinstein, Bloomberg, and his PR puppet Shannon Watts.
  • You tell your wife you only bought two “boxes” of ammo when it was really two cases.

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  • Carl

    August 1, 2014 #1 Author

    The first thing you check in planning the family vacation is how many gun ranges are in or near the town you’re thinking of going to.


  • Steve

    August 1, 2014 #2 Author

    Your wife threatens to divorce you if you buy another gun but doesn’t (for the third time). If only it were that easy.


    • Craig

      August 2, 2014 #3 Author

      You get in a fight with your wife because you bought a new gun and didn’t get her one too. (has happened in my house.)


  • Delta

    August 2, 2014 #4 Author

    You have multiple state’s CCWs and won’t travel thru states that don’t honor them on family vacations.


  • Justin

    August 2, 2014 #5 Author

    You’ve been concealed carrying for so long, you are scared you’re gonna forget you have it when you need it.

    When your pressure cleaning your drive way, and you let off the trigger finger automatically goes in the safe position.


  • Nathan

    August 3, 2014 #6 Author

    Your kids draw pictures for you to post downrange instead of on the fridge.


  • Larry

    August 4, 2014 #7 Author

    You carry more than one back-up pistol.


  • Jenena Hess

    August 4, 2014 #8 Author

    When ever you watch any movie involving guns you have to see what make model and caliber they’re using and miss every other detail.


  • tmyers

    August 5, 2014 #9 Author

    When remodeling your house, you keep trying to convince your wife its a good idea to put a backstop in the spare bedroom at the end of the hallway and turn that 30 foot straight line between the spare bedroom and living room into an indoor pistol range!


  • jack

    August 8, 2014 #10 Author

    You’ve carried so long, you forgot and carried it into a courthouse. :(


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