This can be for rifles, shotguns, pistols, muzzleloader, or any other type of firearm that you bought that end up being far more used or not used than you thought they would be when you initially bought them. I am not a shooter, I no longer shoot for fun, although I hope that will change as my kids grow older, I have guns for purposes and mostly it is hunting although since I took up archery over a decade ago it's been a lot less. I bought a Savage Stainless 220 Bolt-Action 20 gauge Shotgun for the occasion when I didn't get a deer archery hunting and needed to fill the freezer. Well, sure enough not long afterwards my land where I hunted got sold and I lost that spot. So I had to put the 20 gauge to work and it has done it's job in filling the freezer, 1 doe last year and 2 small bucks this year, one being a friend who used it to get her first deer in over a decade. So, this little Savage has gotten a lot more action than I thought it would. The second is a Ruger American Ranch Rifle in .300 Blackout. I bought it use while I waited for 2 years for my Sig MCX Virtus .300 Blackout to come in. I ordered it as a 1st Gen Sig MCX and with all of their issues by the time I got mine it was the 3rd Generation which was the Virtus. Well, I ended up using the RARR more than the Sig and it is an awesome rifle. I use it for shooting varmints on my land. I do have a brand new Thompson/Center Encore Stainless with a .50 cal barrel and Leupold 3-9x that I will use this year if I don't get a deer with my bow. As much as I'd like to break-in the TC on a deer this year I'd rather shoot one with my bow first. If I can find the time I would like to shoot a deer with my Smith & Wesson 629 .44 mag or S&W 686 .357 next year and if that's successful I could see those guns getting a lot more action for hunting and seeing the .20 gauge take a backseat. On the other hand I have a nice Browning X-Bolt Stainless in 30-06 that I bought for deer hunting nearly 15 years ago and I used it only one year before we had to sell our cabin to take care of my dad. Beautiful gun with a discontinued Zeiss Conquest 3-9x scope and Talley vertical rings. Sits in the gun safe now as the only places I hunt are shotgun only and I either use my bow or shotgun. Anyone else have guns that they used a lot more than they thought they would or use a lot less than they thought they would?