This kind of goes along with the "anyone wear their dogtags" thread from a few months ago. Do any of the guys here have a problem wearing their old utility/BDU pants around, whether for hunting or range use? I got out of the IRR three years ago, and among the seabag pile in my basement are three sets of clean and serviceable utilities (woodland, I left when MarPats were in the "hey that would be cool" thought stage). I hunt, go to the range at least once a month, and even get to crawl in the weeds every now and then at work. Those utilities are still in the seabag. Every time I think about pulling them out, I hear my old DI from Parris Island yelling, "This is a uniform, and you will treat it with respect!" in the back of my ear. The last time I wore them was my last Reserve weekend. I have since bought a pair of British BDU pants (cheaperthandirt.com) and have a set of blue utilities from work, which work fine for the range, but for some reason I can not get myself to throw on my old uniforms. For some reason, even if I cut the name tapes off, it just wouldn't feel right. Or am I just nuts?