Wow, after looking at this thread I believe I’m pitiful!
I think I have beaten everyone to death with what I have.
But I can tell ya what I’m dreaming about.
Taurus 605CHSSC .357 magnum. I just LIKE IT!
While listing these at work I might have left off a few but it was a good drill to see if I remember how many guns I have anyway.
Double Barrel Side by Side 12 Ga. Coach Shotgun
Sweet 16 – 16. Ga. Semi Auto Shotgun w/ Layman Middlefield Adjustable Choke made in Belgium
Auto – 5 Semi Auto 20 Ga. 3" Mag. Shotgun
Police Positive Special .38 Special Revolver
Harrison & Richardson
H&R Top Break .32 S&W Pocket Revolver
Single Shot 12 Ga. Shotgun
Model P-3AT .380 Semi Auto Pistol
Double Nine .22 Nickel Plated 9 Shot Double Action Revolver
Double Nine .22 Double Action 9 Shot Revolver Blued with Octagon Barrel
Desert Eagle .50 AE Semi Auto
Baby Eagle 9 mm Semi Auto
Model 1889 .38-40 (.38 WCF) Lever Action Rifle (bought new by my Great Grandfather in 1892)
Model 1894 .44 Mag. Lever Action Rifle
Model 90 12 Ga. OU Double Barrel Shotgun
O. F. Mossberg & Sons Inc.
Model 151M-B .22 Simi Auto Rifle w/ Full Length Stock and Mossburg Scope
North American Arms
.22 Long 5 Shot Mini Revolver
.22 Mag. 5 Shot Mini Revolver
Model HP .22 Semi Auto Pistol
Model 03-A3 Sporterized .30-06 Bolt Action Military Rifle
Vaquero Single Action Stainless Steel .45 Colt Revolver
Vaquero Sheriff’s Model Stainless Steel .45 Colt Revolver 3-5/8” barrel
Red Hawk .44 Mag. Revolver
Model 1914 .22 Pump Rifle w/ Octagon Barrel
Model 1905 4th change .38 Special Revolver
Model 10-5 .38 Special Revolver
Model 66-2 Stainless Steel .357 Mag Revolver
Model 410 .40 Cal. Semi Auto Pistol
Model 337PD .38 +P Revolver
Model 340PD .357 Mag. Revolver
Model 85 Air Lite .38 Special Snubby Special Gold Edition with rose wood grips
(Eight) Model 12’s 12. Ga. Pump Shotguns (my favorite model shotguns)
Model 1200 12 Ga. Riot Shotgun
Model 97 Exposed Hammer 12 Ga. Pump Shotgun
Model 1 Super-X 12 Ga. Semi Auto Shotgun w/ two barrels
Model 94 .30-30 Lever Action Rifle pre 64
Carl Gustafs Stads Gevarsfaktor 1904 Sporterized Swedish Mauser Bolt Action 6.5 x 55
Spanish Made Clone of S&W Military/Police .38 Special Revolver
Spanish Made .32-20 Revolver
Saturday Night Special .25 Auto Raven Semi Auto
Rohm .22 Short Revolver
Daisy Red Ryder BB gun (got it when I was eight)
Kel Tec P11
Ruger Blackhawk 357 mag
S&W 639 9mm
Colt Sistema 1911
Bufflao Scout Single Action 6 shot 22lr/22mag
Rossi 68 5 shot 38spl
Remington 1100 20 ga
1895 Winchester 30-06 (my granddad's gun, made in 1911 - he killed a lot of deer with it.)
8mm M98 Mauser (German)
British Enfield MkIV No. 1
And probably 20 to 30 others I've acquired and disposed of over the years. Which reminds me...
I have to tell this story. When I was in college I came home for the summer (this was mid 60's). My uncle owed a huge grocery/feed store/hotel with a huge attic that was very dark and scary. My cousins and I played around there when I was growing up, but we NEVER went near that attic. My uncle always told us he thought there were ghosts up there. Well, since I was all growd up at the time, I wanted to see what was there. Was scrounging around and came upon a wooden crate with rope handles label 'Property of U.S. Navy'. Got a big screw driver, opened the thing up and there was six BRAND NEW (and I mean BRAND NEW) Remington made 1903A3 Springfield rifles. Still had the barrels plugged and the cosmoline on them. I ask my uncle where they came from (he was in the CBs in WWII). He said the Navy had given them to the local American Legion to use for military funerals. He said 'take one if you want it' - they'd never used them and weren't likely to. Anyway....I'm not telling the rest of the story (maybe Paul Harvey will), but you notice it's not on my list.
Not a big list....
A Rossi .22 revolver, circa. 1980; the Kel-Tec P-11 (with 3,900 rounds through it); a Phoenix Arms HP-22 (3" & 5" barrels) for plinking; and his & her matching Kimber Eclipse Ultra II .45s (she was going to take over mine).