Raised in the country, and in love with handguns of all types all my life, I shoot a lot. Very seldom I am without a handgun. They are a part of getting dressed in the morning. As natural to carry as pocket change, wallet, keys, pocket knife, Glock, etc. When outside working at home carry gun changes with the seasons, and what I am doing. Warm weather mowing the Judge rides the zero turn mower for snakes. Rest of the time is usually a Ruger Single Six with the 22 mag cylinder. It works on everything from chipmunks to coyotes. Winter, deer season months a Taurus Tracker in 44 mag. Other guns are carried at different times for different things from 17hm-2 to a monster BFR 45/70 when sabertooth chipmunks are a real threat. Because I have a gun handy it is easy to take game and pest year round. I am blessed of God to have spent my life being able to enjoy that freedom. Most of the other old farts I shot with have passed over the years. Was just curious how many others had enjoyed shooting the same way. Over the weekend took two crows with handguns, made my days.