So, the other day I was talking to one of Digger's friends, a kid from Texas who now lives in Wyoming and works with my son. RCC was showing Digger his new gun and Digger says, "they've got a lot of guns".
I told them both, "we really don't have that many guns, just two 870s, a .223, a .308, the Henry Survival Rifle, the GSG 1911-22, the Para, an M&P, and a PX4 Storm. Not really that many."
The poor kid's eyeballs 'bout fell out of his head.
Imagine what he's going to think when we round out our gun collection.
It's more guns than I've owned in a long time, but it's still really only two pistols and a shotgun apiece. The .223 was a wedding present (thanks, Mez). The .308 and the Henry are supposed to be "ours", but they're really RCC's. I'll have to get my own .308 with my own scope mounted for hunting. I can use RCC's, but the eye relief just isn't quite right.
I still need a back up gun; RCC and I still need to build our ARs. And then there are the "want" guns, which are too many to list.
I don't know, what do you think? Nine guns between two adults doesn't seem like too many to me.