I know, "no such thing". Well, I think I may have reached that point. I got a little overzealous during the Obama craze. Now I am starting to narrow it a bit. I knew I had a problem when I bought a new, larger safe and there was still some 10 long guns standing in the closet. The question one then asks is "how many is enough?" Well, I have enough defensive carbines for everyone in my family. There are 2 spares in case one (or two) goes down. Spare parts are ok, but could use some improvement. I am moving from quantity to higher quality parts and spares. I have plenty enough assorted hunting firearms. A couple longer range precision type builds in the works (as in they are working, but I am fine tuning the weight v. precision). This is where I am starting to merge. It's been happening for years. Why have fudd hunting rifles when the tactical rifles work so well. I've been hunting with a SOCOM 16 and now I am using an AR10. Simply change the mag and you get to train on your tactical rifle all season long. I've cut down on fudd rifles/shotguns as much as possible. I still have a couple I could part with. I have more handguns than hands in the family at the moment. It's so hard to get rid of a good handgun, though. I mean I have some high quality handguns that were bought at a steal. You can always stash one somewhere else just in case. I don't know.... this is a dilemma.