I was born and raised on a small horse outfit outside of Moscow, ID. My biological dad was a writer for Field & Stream, owned a chain of gun shops in the region, and was a Marine sniper. Stepdad was a rancher, then a cop, then FBI, then Chief of Police. I got my first .22 at age 10 and was let loose in the Idaho woods alone with my trusty firearm. By age 13, I was riding horseback 50 miles a day in the mountains with a .22 Ruger Single-Six on my hip, alone, and would camp out in the woods occasionally. I don't remember ever not knowing about guns or having one handy. Seems a lot of folks these days grew up without firearms and got into them later in life. I admit to sometimes not understanding their perspectives or issues with firearms and being a bit insensitive about certain subjects with folks like that. Just wondering who else here had a proper upbringing like me.