I am a ripe old 24, however commercial fishing since the age of 12 my joints think I'm double that. But if you asked my wife when I get around my guns I'm like an overexcited 10 year old on Christmas.
I have a theory why my age group and younger are not as active on this site... Long range hunting is not a sport for those faint of wallet. Out of the shooting disciplines it is one of the more costly to enter and maintain. We young-uns for the most part have not accumulated the extra income needed for a decent long range setup(ie. rifle, optics, loading setup, rangefinder, pda with exbal, kestrel
...). I would of got in to the game three years ago but it took a lot of saving and a second job in college to buy my first rig.
Its good though, this is probably the most civil forum I've ever read. It allows me to practice the art of learning from those who have been there, done that.