My trial riding is getting to and from the deer stand. I use my CJ-7 like a 4 wheeler. So I usually bust hump during the summer trying to fix something so she is ready for deer season.
I bow hunt, with a Diamond Iceman that's rigged out with Spot Hogg Tommy Hogg, QAD drop away rest, Hellrazor 125 grain broadheads, nockturnal lighted nocks, and a bunch of other manly stuff. Then when primitive weapon season rolls in I pick up my H&R handi rifle in 45-70. It's pretty much like throwing a bowling ball at a deer, love it. Currently we are in regular rifle season and I'm carrying my .300 WSM Kimber Montana, that has been Birdsong Black-T coated and is topped with a Leupold VX-L. Currently shooting Winchester 180 grain ballastic tips, but trying to shoot up what's left of that box so I can move on to some Barnes TSX that I have. I missed a doe Saturday, trying to be Johnny Recon and make a head shot. Ohh well still got two in the freezer this year so far.
My wife has a Remington 700 in .270, she might go hunting with me once or twice a year and has never killed a deer. She is a good shot though.
Right before deer season starts, dove season kicks it all off. And I'm there with a Benelli M2 12 gauge. I love that thing, never jams and handles like a dream, if only I could hit those little diving and darting jokers better. I still do decent though.
I do some trapping as a hobby, with foot hold traps. For that I've got a Ruger Single Six .22 in stainless. Use CCI CB subsonic to dispatch fox etc, only one entrance hole, no exit with the subsonic, so saves some fur.
My nightstand pistol is a Taurus Judge, loaded with some .45 LC hollow points and Buckshot. I actually bought this pistol for a snake/river gun, but quickly found out that it isn't good for that. But perfect for home defense.
For a snake/river gun, I've got an H&R Tamer in .410, a cheap reliable, full choked, 3 in mag. Cheapest gun I own and the most practical.
I've had several guns I wish I would have never traded off, like a DPMS LR-308, Bushmaster 223, Browning Auto Safari in 25-06, Smith and Wesson .45 APC 1911SC. But ohh well, lesson learned.