I'm an overweight, middle-aged, bald, white guy with a goatee who isn't any good at shooting and I hate running around. I'm sure I'm the only one who fits that description.
Originally from Etters, PA, now living in Kershaw County, SC.
I shoot an FNS-9L.
I gained in interest USPSA a few weeks ago when I saw some information online about youth shooters in different sports and I thought this is something my 12 year old son and I could enjoy together that doesn't involve his two younger brothers. We went to watch our first match and it snowed the whole time, which is very rare for this part of the country in March. They ended up only having classifiers set up and no stages. I've been listening to BS podcasts over the last two weeks that were recorded from around 3 years ago to 2 years ago and the two things I picked up on are that most shooters have different things that make them hard (complex stages, self-improvement, gear queers, hosing) and that if you don't practice but you piss and moan because your game isn't improving, you suck.
My day job is that I am a computer guy at a manufacturing plant in Columbia, SC. I'm the outgoing Commander at a VFW Post and the upcoming Quartermaster.
Go ahead, take a shit on my intro.