I might even go so far as to say that most hunters are not gun guys.
I'd go as far as to say you're not necessarily right.
I'm both and 85% of the guys I hunt with are gun guys as well and VERY knowledgeable. I've been hunting 25 years this year, and have killed a bunch of deer, several bears, and a few coyotes, and countless small game animals.
I also enjoy target shooting with my CCWs, read up on tactics and self defense, and am a gun enthusiast and reloader (for handgun calibers only).
About 5 years ago, I made the crossover between the two interests and (other than archery season) now hunt big game almost exclusively with handguns.
I think that hunters, like any other group, are a cross section of everyday people. I think that 'gun guys' are also a cross section of the population. I also think it's normal that these two groups might -- but not necessarily -- overlap fairly often.
Honestly, I think most of us hunters get a bum rap in the shooting community.
I don't think the distinction is necessary to point out. I also am a guitar guy, and have found that guitar guys and camera guys (I'm that too) seem to overlap greatly.
Common interests, common mindsets, yes. But everyone is different.