Am I the only one here under 40? A point of personal concern, which NPR gets giddy over when reporting on stories about the aging gun owner population, is that gun owners seem to be in danger of going extinct. The meet-ups I've attended along with gun shows lead me to believe NPR is right—gun owners are old as hell. There seem to be very few young adults to replace those nasty, old, gun-loving dinosaurs as Terry Gross would quietly think to herself while grinning in front of the microphone. The only bright spot I can see is that gun rights have massively advanced in the U.S. since the 80s and 90s. We now have some form of carry in every state, campus carry, the death of the '94 AWB, we have Heller and McDonald and a multi-billion dollar firearms industry in our camp. Although I think many senior gun owners would relish the idea of turning into oil and being pumped into a Ford or Chevy, I am personally concerned for the future of gun rights falling to a generation that is mostly disinterested in them.