I won't list them all, but I was born in the 80s and I own less guns than I am old. That's about as specific as I care to be on the internet. Now I realize that I am fortunate enough to have more than some people have, but five of them are sentimental heirlooms, four are rimfires, and most of them are relatively inexpensive. Not cheap, just inexpensive. For instance my Mossberg 500 is as good a shotgun as I need at this point in my life and it's just not very expensive. My M44 isn't very expensive either. My NEF single shot was cheap, my sole AK specimen is Romanian, Etc. Etc. It all goes bang but there's nothing really special about it other than that it is mine. My point is, I have an assortment yes but ultimately it's nothing to write home about. There's a lot of people who have about as many, or maybe not quite as many but they're nicer, etc. How many people here have a dozen or more nice centerfire guns listed in their signature? It's not unusual for someone to have this many. But, people who know me and know me well enough to have business knowing I own these firearms, continually claim I have "boatloads" of guns or "enough guns to supply an army". Sometimes I can shut them up by showing some pictures I squirrel away of some REAL collections that consists of dozens if not hundreds of pieces. I show them pictures of $10k+ shotguns, and AR15s with hundreds if not thousands of dollars worth of accessories, rails, etc. And they don't believe me when I tell them how much a single Class 3 firearm can cost. Of course I've been told I own automatic weapons too... But it always comes back. It's not really a disdainful thing either, it's just more of a genuinely held, genuinely wrong, belief. Then again maybe it's just all relative? But it always grates on me.