If, after time, I see one that is not getting use or seem to have a purpose then I think about trading or selling it. I will admit that this is probably not a good trait. I would think the ideal compliment for a "minimalist" shooter would consists of a hunting rifle, home defense gun, shotgun, cc weapon, and a .22 of some kind. That is just about where I am. I know some people like to collect on a theme - say WWII rifles, or Winchesters. Others have some guns that are family heirlooms and have sentimental value. I have a friend that says he has 64 firearms but I never have seen more than one or two. I keep thinking that they are stored around the house for his kids to sell after he passes. Of course, how many guns he has and how he spends his money is his business, but that is a is a lot of $$$$ sitting around.