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#1 NaturalFork

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Posted 27 January 2013 - 11:12 PM

I am a man of many, but not too many hobbies. I love and enjoy them all. Here is my list. What is yours? 

 

- Slingshots

- Blowguns

- Archery

- Fishing

- Disc Golf

- Darts (throwing darts) 

- Music (Guitar, Bass, Drums, Piano, etc .. I play a little of everything) 

 

 

I do not have a favorite. 



#2 orcrender

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 07:09 AM

I don't think you can have too many hobbies.  Here are a few.

Slingshots

Blowguns

Air guns

Chess

Reading



#3 Turtle

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 09:36 AM

Good thread.  Other things I enjoy...

 

-Making canes & walking sticks

 

-Foraging in the forest for the above.

 

-Slingshots making and shooting.

 

-Collect folding and fixed blade knives,

and multitools.



#4 NightKnight

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:09 AM

My wife says I am a hobby collector. Over the years, the most costly hobbies I have had is sports cars/racing, photography, and electronics and computers. I am/have been into boating, kayaking, slingshots, archery, camping, shooting, hiking, video gaming, working out, golf, billiards, bowling, music, genealogy, and other things. I also have a large rock collection, stamp collection, and over 100 arrowheads. Some hobbies have stayed with me for many years, while others I learn them to the point where I feel that I have mastered it or have a above average level of knowledge, then I move on to the next hobby.

#5 Michel

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 02:04 PM

Slings

Slingshots

AtlatlĀ“s

Achery

Air guns

Guns

Knifes

and

my gymnastic kids: https://vimeo.com/50607145

 

Michel



#6 drfrancov

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 09:30 PM

Too many hobbies?! Never! Here are some of my favorites: guitar, ukulele, recorder, bongos, luthiery, playing and repairing diatonic and chromatic harmonicas, blowguns, slingshots, rubber band guns, reading, snowshoeing, etc.



#7 Cervantes

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 06:49 PM

Neolithic weapons and tools, black powder rifles, modern rifles, slingshots, blow guns, geo political analysis, reading, reading, reading, video games, harmonicas, nature trekking, camping, fishing, duct tape stuff making (apparently grammar is not my strong suite?!)..



#8 Warren Peace

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Posted 08 April 2013 - 08:57 AM

Not necessarly in this order.

Darts

Ping Pong

Blowguns

Basiclly any primitive weapon oh who am i kidding just weapons.

Just about anything outside

watching football (from little league and up)

Royals baseball

Ncaa Basketball

Used to make a lot of beer thinking about getting into that again



#9 GKU

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Posted 27 August 2013 - 12:33 AM

In mix order ...........

 

Carpentry and home improvement

Ukulele Building (Luthier) ~ GKU Ukuleles http://gkuhi.tripod.com/

Darts

Blowguns

Hi end Airguns

Knifes

Bodybuilding

Fitness consultant

Mountain Biking

Electronics and Computers

Stock market

Physics and Mathematics

 

Past hobbies :

Archery

Electronic Engineering

RC Cars and Helis

Digital Photography

Center fire

Compact Cars

Olympic 10m Air Pistol

US Coin and stamps

Skateboarding

 

Ya, I'm old ................ I think that's all ?



#10 sandynoobhead

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Posted 17 April 2014 - 05:18 PM

well I have only lived a fraction of a life compared to others on this forum but in the time of which I have been alive, my hobbies include

model kit building (gunpla, military kits etc)

painting the above

slingshot building and shooting

bush walking to find the materials above

swimming at the beach (I live in Australia 5 mins away from the beach)

body boarding

blowgunning

taekwondo (competition sparring been doing it for 9 years)

any kind of fighting without weapons (hand to hand combat)

music (drumming only... not talented with any other :( )






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