besides for this being a scary thought here in America, I've been doing a bit of a thought exercise. I realize over the years my collection grows as my tastes and budget changes. I'm a competitive shooter, and I shoot 3 gun, USPSA, steel, etc. I also carry for CCW and HD, and enjoy plinking at the range. But I seem to have accumulated too much random stuff! I want to be consistent in fewer calibers, and have a few nice guns rather than a pile of random ones and duplicates. So here are the "rules" of the game... choose 5 handguns for whichever of the events you do choose 5 long guns for whichever of the events you do you get 2 pistol calibers, 2 long gun calibers, and 22 Heirloom or sentimental guns don't count into the equation If a gun fills more than one role, that's fine too. and you're allowed (1) conversion kit Handguns: Small CCW Walther PPS (9mm) Medium CCW SA Range Officer Compact (9mm) HD Les Baer/M&P (45ACP/9mm) Competitions Want an STI but have Les Baer/M&P Range fun GSG 1911 in (22lr) Long guns skeet/trap Frainchi O/U (sentimental) (12gauge) HD SBR AR, 10" barrel, aim point, light laser (223) Competition 18' home-built JP with Trijicon (223) Hunting I don't, but need a semi-auto shotgun for matches target/Range Bolt/suppressed 22lr or one of the ARs with a conversion so what am I missing? why do I always seem to accumulate other stuff that doesn't fill any of these rolls or acts as back up to a back up? Can I get rid of other stuff and use the money to upgrade these or finally get that 2011? How do I cure the desire for more versions of 1911s?