Took my oldest boy shooting up at Wolf Creek today. It was crowded and up to the last lane we went, hoping to do some shooting at 100 yards. We were pretty disappointed when we saw two guys shooting, but they motioned that it was okay to set up next to them. As we got out of the vehicle, one asked if we had ear pro in before he shot, which I thought was pretty respectful. As my son and I were laying out our rifles and ammo cans on the barricade, my jaw dropped when I realized that while I brought plenty of mags, I left every last bit of 223 ammo back at home. The guy to my left caught on and tossed me a box of 20 rounds and said don't worry about paying. They started wrapping up so my son and I went to set up targets. We get back to the barricade and there was another 30 rounds that the other guy tossed us. Besides being grateful the ammo, my son got to see an example of a couple of strangers doing a pretty cool deed. Contradicting the portrayal of gun owners by the media, I think most of us are pretty stand up guys.