This is a discussion on Do you wear clean clothes to the range? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by deadguy I have been to the range in a suit a couple of times. I snuck away on my lunch break. Hehehehe ...
I wear my regular everyday clothes. I usually even wear my wedge sandals since I want to practice in what I usually wear. What I wear usually is based on my mood for the day - shorts, jeans, sundresses whatever, but always from the closet not the hamper.
I wear clean clothes all the time, range or no range.
I dress for the occasion, with clean clothes.
I'm a little OCD, so I have my closet divided up by general activity.
Play (t-shirts, jeans/shorts), casual, work, grubby (clean but stained from dirty work, oil changes, etc).
You get the idea... The only time I put on dirty clothes is if I had to take a break in the action and get cleaned up (hunting, fishing, yard work, etc). I may throw on whatever I was wearing already, depending on what it is, where I'm at with it, or how long it's been.
Yes, and shine my shoes. I also wash my hair and do my nails. And my outfits are always color-coordinated. Thanks for asking!
Is this like one of those "how do you go to the bathroom?" threads? I mean, really, do you need to ask these questions?
Though, going through the whole thread did give me a couple of laughs
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