Do You See Yourself With More Than a Dozen Guns?


March 17, 2003, 12:34 PM
Not including .22s, I can't really see myself having more than a dozen guns. Over the last six months I've been thinning down my armory to just what I plan to train with.

Only exception being the .45 Colt Beretta Stampede for the reehaw factor.

I certainly know I have no NEED to thin out my armory, but don't have a desire for a diverse collection and actually enjoy it more this way. Your thoughts?

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Chris Rhines
March 17, 2003, 12:35 PM
I could live with a dozen or fewer, but I like to have lots of spares. I'm not much for collecting.

- Chris

March 17, 2003, 12:36 PM
I can't remember a time when there were LESS than a dozen guns in the house I lived in! My father always had at least 40-50, and I've followed in his footsteps. Now my son is following in mine.

March 17, 2003, 12:37 PM
Yes. Every time I look in the mirror. Watch-Six

March 17, 2003, 12:37 PM
That's like being forced to live with only chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry for the rest of your life (all fine flavours, but sometimes you've gotta try something else); I'm running around 30 now, and always on the lookout for more:)

March 17, 2003, 01:03 PM
Been there done that, Like it better with more.:D :D

March 17, 2003, 01:07 PM
Yup, I can picture myself with that many. Heck, I already have 11, and I'm not even 20 years old yet. :) Some are for serious training, and others are just for fun.

March 17, 2003, 01:14 PM
I have almost 3 dozen.....:D

Can not thin them out - I'd miss whatever I got rid of....

Besides the others might get lonely......

Raymond VanDerLinden
March 17, 2003, 01:16 PM
I know I'm starting to get Older but I have a hard time remebering when I had less than a Dozen.

Or Maybe that Memory is just too Painful !!! :D

March 17, 2003, 01:25 PM
Only one dozen?!! I live in Texas and it is Un-Texan to have only one dozen!

Jim Hall

March 17, 2003, 01:27 PM
Oh yeah! Good shooting;)

Greg L
March 17, 2003, 01:29 PM
Yes, as long as we are talking about the household. I really can't comfortably carry more than 3-4 at any one time.


March 17, 2003, 01:32 PM
Bigger is better. ;)

TFL Survivor

March 17, 2003, 01:39 PM
Well, let's see...

8 pistols
4 rifles
3 shotguns
8 or 10 on my wishlist

Yeah, I'd say so. :D

Baron Holbach
March 17, 2003, 01:49 PM
Never sell or trade in a proven gun. Otherwise, you will rue the day. If one of your guns is a proven lemon, get rid of it.

March 17, 2003, 01:51 PM
Ummm...allready way over a dozen, but I think I understand the intent there.

I train with a 1911. So I can say that my Para Ordnance, Springfield, Kimber and Colt are 1 gun.

I train with a Rem. 870 12 ga. SO all my other 12ga shotguns are 1 gun.

I train with a AR-15.... Ok my other fifles are drastically different from the AR but you get the point.;)

March 17, 2003, 01:57 PM
Firearms are about the only durable goods which never depreciate in value.....a great investment.....not that that is why I buy 'em!

So much fun and cheaper than airplanes.

More than twelve? Yup.

March 17, 2003, 02:00 PM
Well, I'm only at five right now. If left on my own, I'd hit the 30 mark in under a year easy.

Unfortunately, my soon-to-be-spouse has asked that I never own lots of guns. Twenty seems to be the upper limit but I think she would be happier with one or two.

March 17, 2003, 02:02 PM
<Runs over to the safe and counts ... 3 mausers ... A Savage ... A Mossberg .. a 10/22 ... 4 handguns .. an almost finished AR build>

Crap ... Now I have to buy another another gun just to hit Skunks magic number. Thanx a lot buddy :cuss:

Loch <grumbles off thinking that he would use a .308 semi of some kind>

March 17, 2003, 02:05 PM
Yes, Yes I do.

March 17, 2003, 02:31 PM
It's also nice to take noobs to the range and allow them to shoot different actions, calibers, and all that. Plus, sometimes it's fun to shoot a different gun.

March 17, 2003, 02:31 PM

Two dozen + and counting!:D

You can never have too many firearms, ever!

March 17, 2003, 02:38 PM

The more the merrier..;)

March 17, 2003, 02:43 PM
I could thin down to a dozen and be happy. I could be content with a dozen hanguns and half a dozen long guns for the rest of my life.

Absolute minimum arsenal for me.
1 pump shotgun (12 ga)
2 rifles (1 .22lr and one other cal. .223 or 7.62x39)
1 revolver (.357 or .38 for target work)
4 semi auto pistols (1 .22lr, 1 home defense pistol, 1 small carry pistol and 1 target pistol.)

That is 8 guns. I could be fine with that.

March 17, 2003, 02:45 PM
Every time I shoot a revolver, Sig, Glock, USP or even the almighty 1911, I only remind myself how fortunate I am to be armed with my Langdonized Beretta and P7.

I like the USP Compact, but my P7 fills its niche, I shoot it better, so it's kinda pointless for me to get one. I'm in love with the USP9C tho, but have no use for one.

Now if they had carbon fiber doodads for these Sigs Glocks and USP that might be a different story...

March 17, 2003, 02:51 PM
Skipping to the important stuff... a .22 is just about the most all around useful gun there is.

Now, about this bunch o' guns stuff. Gee, I wish I'd sold some guns years ago and invested the money in Enron stock.


March 17, 2003, 03:20 PM
I cant imagine only having 12 gun's . I figure Id slow down around 300 or so , take an inventory and see if their was anything Id missed . Heck there are a dozen configurations of AR-15's Id like to have . Just 12 in each caliber wouldn't be to bad . :D

March 17, 2003, 03:20 PM
Now all you guys have got me droolin'. I can see myself owning a dozen or more, although my other half can't see me affording another six or seven. At the moment it's only these

S&W686 .357
Marlin 336C in .35 Rem.
Rem 870 12 Ga.
Marlin Glenfield Single shot .22LR(tack driver)

Maybe two or three more...later

Easier to ask forgiveness than it is to ask permission.:D

March 17, 2003, 03:23 PM
Eee gads! I just realized I've got an unlucky number... 13. Guess its time to buy another. :) Besides that, being a bass guitar player, we all know that bigger is better.

March 17, 2003, 03:27 PM
I could see myself with more than a dozen Beretta guns -- more still if I move and can buy H&K....:D

March 17, 2003, 03:42 PM
How about if I'm already over that? :cool:

March 17, 2003, 03:44 PM
In this case more is definitely better! :)

I was more than half way and rapidly closing in on the 16 that I wanted until this weekend when a guy at the range let me shoot his AR with a custom upper chambered for .50AE. HOLY COW!!!!! That was alot of fun. That thing makes VERY big holes. Now I'll have to go for 17...

- Abe

March 17, 2003, 03:51 PM
I could see myself with more than a dozen Beretta guns -- more still if I move and can buy H&K....

LOL...Mastro when I saw your name there I was thinking..."Now her, I can see her just having over a dozen Beretta 92's...." :D

March 17, 2003, 04:30 PM
Variety is the spice of life.:D

March 17, 2003, 04:39 PM

Passed that point long ago!

Knew a guy who's father owned a coal mine, when he passed away, his gun collection numbered over 4000!

March 17, 2003, 04:42 PM
A dozen guns huh? I remember when I had a dozen guns... it was sometime in the early '90s...*sigh*

Notice the pensive far-off look in my eyes... *maybe I need another .44?*

March 17, 2003, 04:45 PM
Dude...nice collection but lose the orange shirt! It's tres untactical!

March 17, 2003, 04:53 PM
NICE six shooters! There is a man that can pick a revolver!

March 17, 2003, 04:59 PM
QuarterBoreGunner has 'seen the elephant' and survived. He's tactical enough.

March 17, 2003, 05:01 PM
Sure... No problem...

One dozen handguns...

One dozen modern rifles...

One dozen MilSurps...


March 17, 2003, 05:07 PM
One night at the 12-step program:

" name is QuarterBore...and I have a problem."

*in unison* "Hi QuarterBore!"

"I...uhm...this is difficult for me...I can't stop collecting Smith & Wesson revolvers... it started with a minty '50s vintage pre-Model 10... then it was J-frames. My friends all told me to get some help, or at least branch out to Colts or Rugers. But it was no use...I was hooked. Model 27s? Three of them... Model 29s *sniff* I HAD to have one of those didn't I? I remember once driving two hours to look at NIB Model 53 in .22/.22 Jet. Then it was an endless parade of .357s...all colors, frames and barrel lengths.

I know now that I need help. Help to find a nice Model 57 in .41 Magnum...with the 8 3/8 inch barrel."

I can stop anytime I want to. Really.

March 17, 2003, 05:08 PM
8 right now, guess theres a couple more i could probably use but the wallet says, "noooooo"


lmao @ quarter,

here, here buddy, try a ruger...

March 17, 2003, 05:08 PM
Skunkabilly- sure it's tactical; I'll just duck down behind these traffic cones.

Thanks for the nice thoughts CWL-

March 17, 2003, 05:12 PM
My minimum, if I really had to trim down my collection:

Dan Wesson 22 Revolver
KelTec P32
S&W 686
Springfield Stainless Loaded Target 1911
As-Of-Yet-Unobtained Karh P9 Covert
As-Of-Yet-Unobtained Kimber 22lr
Winchester 70 Coyote in 243
Ruger M77 in 25-06
Remington 870

I'd really hate to get rid of my EAA Silver Team, but I could
I'd really hate to get rid of my Taurus PT99, but I could
I'd really hate to get rid of my Winchester 70 HVB 308, but I could
I'd really hate to get rid of my 700ADL in 270, but I could
I'd really hate to get rid of my 1911s, but I could
I'd really hate to get rid of my Enfields, but I could

March 17, 2003, 06:04 PM's been said "Guns are like can never get enough!".......if you want to limit yourself to 12,...eeer...ummm....guns, well go right ahead.....

March 17, 2003, 06:23 PM
If I went down to a dozen , there would be a huge glut in the market!:p

March 17, 2003, 06:24 PM
less is not more

March 17, 2003, 06:26 PM
I see myself with more than a dozen guns every day because of the mirror hanging on the wall near the safe.:D

March 17, 2003, 06:48 PM
I started out at fourteen-- Got a WIN 12ga Mdl#25 -- a 4-10 Mossberg and Win 22 Bolt and A JP Saur SAA. Then I got a Python-- 1972--$151.00 retail--

Kept going from there --
Then After about fifteen years in LE --Mostly doing patrol and firearms training I got sick of 'em--
Reminded me of work--
So to my way of thinking I got out of guns--
Still had a Duty gun--My python-- a PPC Bull barrell--Win Mdl #25--A 22--an 870 -- an AMT BU--NAA mini pocket gun--
So when I though I was completely OUT of the firearms hobby I still had 8 guns-- Those were just work and house guns --required tools --

Then I got back into it as my youngest son developed an interest--
I hit just over 200 then--mostly S&W--

Then I got divorced -- got shot -- became a CPA --
Down to about 50 now--
Probably won't go much lower -- unless I have to get rid of "assault" weapons-- I now live in Illinois----

March 17, 2003, 07:05 PM
Folks, you can never have too many guns, too much ammunition, or too many knives.

March 17, 2003, 07:10 PM
WOW I'm jealouse!

I could easily see more than that, a lot more, but first I need the winning lottery ticket


1 Winchester 12 gauge pump
1 SAR 1

1 Savage .308 (coming very soon)

Just the basics. How do all of you afford such extensive collections?
Still want a pocket pistol, 357 revolver, lever probably 357, Mosin nagant, FAL, M1 and a whole host of others.

March 17, 2003, 07:24 PM
I could see it. Not for a couple years, but at my current rate, I will have more than a dozen in a few years.

March 17, 2003, 07:26 PM
Jedi_7.62- afford them? How could I afford to NOT have them?

Seriously though, I was general manager for a pretty good sized (for California) gun store and worked my discount on a regular basis. Bought all my pre-ban stuff right out of high school in the mid '80s when they weren’t NEARLY expensive as they later became ("Wow! $800 for a German rifle I've never heard of before? What the heck is a H&K 91 anyway? I think I'll just buy another Colt AR...).
Missed out on an AUG though...oh well.

And then I started collecting vintage S&W revolvers (from the early Numbered Models in the ‘50s to when they stopped making square butts in 1992)- and you could get a NIB (technically used) S&W any caliber for pretty reasonable prices.

Unfortunately California, in their infinite wisdom, has decided that any handgun manufactured before they started that damn silly testing procedure about four years ago, is inherently unsafe for the shooter. Morons. So my collecting has been severely curtailed

March 17, 2003, 07:31 PM
I haven't got that many pistols but if I keep buying old military rifles like I'm doing I'll have more than I know what to do with. I couldn't imagine getting rid of any of them, they're all special in one way or another.

March 17, 2003, 07:43 PM
Can't see myself having LESS than a Dozen-Dozen guns. I'm not picky...I want one of everything ever made or even thought about being made.

March 17, 2003, 07:59 PM
Naw, I can't see going below 12. I've had offers to buy my .44 maggie cuz I don't shoot it anymore. Seems I just can't part with it.:D In fact the only 2 guns I ever sold were a "junk" gun and a "not good enough for me and I just bought something way better" gun. :scrutiny: The rest are all fine firearms and I'll probably never sell them. In fact I got my sights on a P-32 now to complete my CCW collection. Well, maybe not "complete";) , but I will be very happy with my carry choices as soon as I get the next piece.

March 17, 2003, 08:05 PM
Hmm... let's see....

1. Mossberg 590
2. Rock River AR-15
3. Mossberg Model 44 .22
4. Romanian Model 1969 .22
5. Spanish FR-8
6. CZ - 75BD
7. CZ - 75D Compact
8. Beretta Neos .22
9. Coming Soon CMP M1 Garand

I still want a

1. Benelli Nova SP
2. M1 Garand in .308
3. Kimber Custom Classic
4. CZ - 75 .40 Compact (when it comes out)
5. Rock River Tactical UTE
6. FAL
7. SAR - 2

Man, I guess I outta start saving my lunch money. :D This doesn't even take into account that I have C&R. Oh, oh, I may need a bigger safe. :)

Standing Wolf
March 17, 2003, 08:37 PM
1. Why in the world would anyone not count .22s?

2. How could a dozen guns be enough? Would a dozen books be enough? A dozen articles of clothing? A dozen kitchen utensils? A dozen tools in one's tool kit?

March 17, 2003, 08:45 PM
Very well put Standing Wolf!

Stevie-Ray: "Well, maybe not complete;) "

I'm glad you added that. I don't know anybody who's gun collection in complete!:D

March 17, 2003, 08:59 PM
"Do your see..."

Only when I look in the mirror :D

I like old military firearms so I expect to beat that number easily.

March 17, 2003, 09:14 PM
I just suprised myself when I counted to 13. I mean, That seems like a fairly large number, but there are so many more on my wish list. And I have sold a couple in the last few years.
I need more guns because I have ammunition that dosen't fit in any of the ones I have.;)

March 17, 2003, 09:15 PM
I hope to never have less than 12. Every once in a while some "gotta have" gun comes along and I look through the collection to see if anything can be sold to help fund the new gun. I've sold a few in the past and regretted most of those sales. Now I'm at the point where I can't sell any of them. They're all special for different reasons and the "want list" keeps getting longer.

March 17, 2003, 09:46 PM
"Those who don't see themselves with more then a dozen guns, ... NEED A BIGGER MIRROR!!" :D

I see myself with about a dozen guns, no more, but a bit more if I do count the .22LR's... which I will have in every action I own.

March 17, 2003, 10:20 PM
when asked how many guns he owned, an assistant to Sen. Phil Gramm said "Like most gun owners, he owns more guns than he needs, but less guns than he wants."

Charles S
March 17, 2003, 10:21 PM
Only a dozen, I have over a dozen pistols, I currently would not live without any of them. I have the truck pistol, the camper pistol, the...well you get the picture.

Shotguns are like golf clubs, you need one for every situation.

Who could have too many rifles. I love rifles.


March 17, 2003, 10:25 PM
I can easily picture myself with more than four dozen guns.

Workin' hard on five dozen, too. (There's another show in town this weekend. :D )

Every time I shoot a revolver, Sig, Glock, USP or even the almighty 1911, I only remind myself how fortunate I am to be armed with my Langdonized Beretta and P7.

Every time I shoot my Beretta or P7, I remind myself of how fortunate I am to have Glocks, SIGs, revolvers, and almighty 1911s, too. ;)

March 17, 2003, 10:37 PM
I see well over a dozen in the future, but gotta wait and see.

March 17, 2003, 10:59 PM
I currently only have two firearms (the first two on the list), but I think I could see myself with a dozen pretty easily:
beretta 92fs
colt ar-15 hbar
compact 1911
m1 garand
milspec 1911
armalite ar-10
sig 239
keltec p32
remington 700
beretta 9000
pre-ban m4gery
m1903 military bolt-gun
mil-surp mauser
barret m82a1
registered receiver M16
fn fal
[/list=1]none of these include .22s, either, which I need to pad my collection and to use for teaching others about guns.

March 17, 2003, 11:01 PM
with a dozen more guns. Think I'll slow down when I reach 100 of 'em. :D

March 17, 2003, 11:06 PM
I have around 50 now. I buy one every December in honor of the Brady Bill, whether I need it or not.

March 17, 2003, 11:07 PM
I traded away an old S&W .38 spl and then discovered it was a collectors item. :banghead:
then I traded away my security six and discovered it's now a collectors item. :banghead:
then I traded away my Rem 660 and just a couple months ago discovered it's a collectors item. :banghead:
and I traded away my stainless S&W DAO 9mm with the preban mags and discovered that somepeople even consider THAT to be a collectors item. :banghead:

so that does it, no more trading anything - just accumulate, and now that I'm married (in my late 40's) I have to work twice as hard to make sure my wife has a good collection too, right? :D

Mike Irwin
March 17, 2003, 11:11 PM
You should have asked me that question about 15 to 20 years ago when I hit the dozen mark.

It's so far behind me that I can't even see it in the rear view mirror anymore.

March 17, 2003, 11:15 PM
Only exception being the .45 Colt Beretta Stampede for the reehaw factor.
There's the rub, you always just need one more :)

six 4 sure
March 17, 2003, 11:16 PM
In the past week I've done a complete inventory of the firearms I have and those I've traded. That was a little shocking. Happy to say I'm pushing three dozen.

However, one thing I did notice was I've eliminated odd calibers. Now I can grab four different boxes of ammo and shoot just about everything I own.


March 17, 2003, 11:30 PM
I can easily picture myself with more than four dozen guns.
Workin' hard on five dozen, too. (There's another show in town this weekend. )

That's it? Seriously Tamara I thought you had more....:scrutiny:

March 17, 2003, 11:36 PM
I don't think I have ever lived in a house with less than a dozen guns. Nor would I want to.
When I was just out of high school, I owned over 20 different .22s. I have something like 10 AR15s alone. I have a couple dozen guns that don't fit in my safe.

There have been very few years of my adult life that I haven't bought more than a dozen guns a year.

March 18, 2003, 01:27 AM

I have 22 right now (not a .22, but twenty-two individual guns).

I average roughly one a month since I started buying. So....supposing I live until 80. (80-21)*12+22=730 guns. The more the merrier!


March 18, 2003, 01:34 AM
:what: , I think my girlfriend would kill me if I came home with a new gun each month, not that I could afford it anyway. I do plan on having as many as I can get my hands on though, so I definitely see myself having over a dozen guns.

Freedom in theSkies
March 18, 2003, 01:39 AM
Every time I open up the lockup...:D

March 18, 2003, 01:50 AM

Rifles: 4
Shotguns: 2
Pistols: 4

Got another .22 rifle and a hunting rifle coming soon (i Hope) then I'll be holding steady for a while at 12. So yeh, 12 in enuf for me(for now).

March 18, 2003, 05:30 AM
and my list of 17 didn't include wheel guns (I want at least a 357 snubby and a 44mag cannon), shotguns, or .22s (I mentioned the lack of .22s in the original post).

so actually, right now I can conceive of myself having two dozen guns, and that's not counting duplicates of anything.

and that's just right now, when I only own two and can't possibly afford another. just wait till I get a steady income stream going on ...

March 18, 2003, 06:33 AM
At one time, not long ago, I had 3 shotguns-5 rifles-10 pistols . I decided to downsize . between giving some to my kids( who sold most of those) and selling some at gun shoes, I now only have 6 pistols- 1 rifle- 2 shotguns . I am in the process of trying to fight off the urge to buy-buy-buy :rolleyes:

March 18, 2003, 09:01 AM
I'm almost at a dozen!

I think I will be pretty much done buying and gathering at around 2 dozen, then the space, ammo, and lack of hands will really get to me. But of course, when I first started buying, I thought I would be happy with less than 10.

This from a person with 200 DVD's and counting... I gather therefore I am...

March 18, 2003, 12:23 PM
arn't you......chris3

March 18, 2003, 02:44 PM
I need one more 10/22, and then I'm gonna be hunting for some cheap 50 round mags (I know, there ain't no such thing, but hey, I may get lucky...). Then it's time to make the mounts and cams for the 4-rifle 200 round hand-cranked fungun...

Dave Markowitz
March 18, 2003, 05:35 PM
I can't remember the last time I had a dozen guns. :scrutiny:

I'm at about three dozen now... :D

...and there's plenty more on my want list!

Art Eatman
March 18, 2003, 07:09 PM
I've been trying to get down below a dozen guns for over 20 years.

I think it's hopeless...


March 18, 2003, 07:20 PM
1. AR15 20" with 3-9x scope
2. AR15 16" with red dot
3. another AR15 16" with red dot
4. Benelli 12ga
5. Beretta 92G
6. another beretta
7. P7M8

??? what else do I really need? :o

March 18, 2003, 07:30 PM
??? what else do I really need?

A big bore revolver, a serious long-range rifle, a pocket/mousegun...

March 18, 2003, 08:22 PM
Every day.:D

March 18, 2003, 08:39 PM
I carry three on me at work and a shotgun in the car.
The real question is can I carry a dozen on me at one time. ;)

Actually I have just under 20 firearms. :D

March 18, 2003, 08:48 PM
I Need a Homeland Defense Rifle, and a Shotgun, then I will have a dozen

March 18, 2003, 10:10 PM
Mr. Skunk,

You blew it, bud! You may overload the server on this thread. You could have kept it much much shorter by asking, "do you see yourself with LESS than a dozen weapons. Then only those 3 or 4 people could have responded. But noooooooo. Now all of us have to say, "Yes, I have less than a dozen dozen...":D

March 18, 2003, 11:24 PM
I passed a dozen long ago. None are "super-dooper-special'...but I like most of them. Most have come to me as gifts or payment...( not bad...will work for guns)... There are only a few I'd be willing to part with. :D

March 19, 2003, 12:38 AM
The more the merrier! :D

Kahr carrier
March 19, 2003, 12:40 AM
Cheaper by the dozen.:neener:

March 19, 2003, 10:53 AM
In the past I have but my goal lately is fewer but better guns. The guns around here have to earn their keep and there must be a reason to keep them.

Currently the total is 6 shotguns, 2 rifles and 4 handguns. That's two shotguns and two handguns more than I actually need and eventually they and others will hit the market with an intent to upgrade. After years of owning and trading I've come to appreciate higher quality guns and am more discriminating in my tastes. Owning 50 medium quality guns doesn't do as much for me as owning half a dozen of the very best I can afford.


March 19, 2003, 11:47 AM
Somebody tell me how I thin down to a dozen.

Sentimental guns (can't get rid of)

Great Granddads DOuble barrel Belgium 12 ga.
Granddads Win pump .410
Granddads Belgium Browning Humpback
Other Grandads Remington SPortsman 48
Other Granddads Citoti
Other Granddads Model 99 .300 Savage

Dads Win 94 30-30
Dads High Standard 9 shot .22 revo
Dads Savage .22 pump.
Uncles Marlin .22 Lever
Ruger SIngle Six .22/22wmr (first gun I purchased myself)
Browning Citori 20ga (1st SHotgun I bought myself)
Win 94 .45Colt (first lever gun I bought myself)
Ruger .243 (First Bolt gun I bought myself)
(2) Para P14.45 Limited (2nd 1911/SA I bought myself, traded the first. sniff.) (Second one was to cheap to pass up, plus you have to have a backup for your primary)

Other Guns:

Ar 15 (Evil Tactical Rifle)
Kimber 84M .22-250 (Long Range Varmint gun)
Savage .223 (Medium Range Varmint gun)
Kimber 84m .308 (Mountain hunting rifle)
Savage 110 .300 Winmag (Big Honking Brass thrower)
Remington Sendero .270 (White tail/MuleDeer Killer)
Ruger 10/22 (Rabbit/Armadillo gun)
American Arms Gentry SXS 12ga (gotta have a double)
Remington 870 (Home defense weapon)
NEF 45-70 (Dedicated truck gun)
Marlin Cowboy 45-70 (just cause)
Pedersoli Sharps replica .45-70 (Saw Quigley, didn't ya?)
Marlin .17v (common you gotta have a .17 Hornady)
Kimber Ultra Carry CDP (CCW)
Colt Gov't .380 (Deep CCW)
Springfield Champion (can't have too many 1911's, didn't have a commander sized gun anyway)
Ruger Stainless Mark II (needed a .22 auto loader)
(2) Uberti SAA Colt Clones (gotta play cowboy sometimes)
Uberti Outlaw .45Colt (coolest 6 gun I ever saw)

Now I see no redundancy in here anywhere. Just how am I supposed to thin this down to 12? On the contrary; I see several holes that need plugging.


March 19, 2003, 11:52 AM
I heard on the radio that the average number of guns per gun-owning household here in Alaska is 12.

March 19, 2003, 11:54 AM
There's a method to my madness. Just a few more "holes to plug" and then I'll be done. Really. Trust me. :D

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