...<not really> But over the years I have found myself more looking forward to another cutting/chopping/slicing "thing" than another gun. YEP. "I'm Dave and I have a problem." <GROUP> "HI Dave" Now I am so deep into it that I now search yard sales for vintage axe heads because they are so superior to modern stuff which you find at the hardware store (yeah the premium $150 Swedish and German stuff today is totally wonderful but the hardware store stuff is mostly junk). In our home there are German 13" and 15" hatchets, and a 19" Husqvarna carpenters axe from Sweden, then a 28" forged 2.25# boys axe from Council Tool, and a beautiful 36" 4.5# felling axe with amazing steel. I've got it so bad that I had my felling axe head under restoration for over six months while I unsuccessfully searched over 20 hardware stores/co-op stores/Lowes/Home Depots/on and on and on.... ... until I found a perfect axe handle with the most perfect grain you could ever find. This axe handle should be in a freaking museum. I have a Condor Village Parang that is absolutely wonderful, yet I think 99.999% of the worlds populace will die without ever hearing about such a thing. But everyone would LOVE to have one if they ever held it. And I spend time in my reloading room sharpening and honing all of them and stropping them until they don't just shave hair, they ALL can split a hair. What a ridiculous way to waste my valuable and quite rare free time. But I'm in the reloading room anyway so I guess it ain't that bad. I even sharpen chainsaw blades in the reloading room when the thought strikes me because "they need to be ready and sharp". I am not just a gun guy any more... I am an axe junkie. There. I said it. And you know what? All this has cost me fewer dollars than one expensive pistol or shotgun. This is some fun times, for me at least, because I have become a nerd for stuff that chops wood.