As it stands now I don't see myself as a collector of firearms. So I see no need to have more than what I can use/need.
Right now I have a Glock 21, a Glock 26, a Ruger LCR .357, and a Kel-Tec PF9. The Glock 21 is for home use and the other three are for carry.
I've been questioning if I really need a .45 for home use(Its getting real expensive feeding that G21) and I see no problem defending my home with 9mm or 38spec/.357.
Now here's my question- My next purchase will be a Glock 19. Should I sell the Glock 21 to get the Glock 19 or should I sell the Glock 26 to get the Glock 19(Since the G19 will basically take the role of the G26's job anyway)?
The question comes from the ideas that 1) I might want to hold on to the G21 just so I still have a .45 in the stable. Or 2) the G26 could
play little brother to the G19 and then I can stop purchasing a whole caliber all together.
Any thoughts or opinions on the subject will be greatly appreciated.
Just in case any one is wondering why the Kel-Tec or the Ruger is not on the chopping block is cause I'm a strong believer that every serious gun owner should own at least one snubby and a single stack semi-auto for carry.