Sell all except the Glock 26 and S&W 37.
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I would sell 6,7,8 no question.
Then if you need to thin some more you could sell some of the others.
That being said if you need to get more cash you sell whatever you can get the most $ for
I wouldn't sell any. What you have is the perfect inventory for "plants" throughout your house & 1 in your garage, especially with the ample inventory of holsters you have as well. Mount or velcro your holsters at the desired locations, & this will give you quick easy access. Magnets also come in handy in some instances.
In addition to my EDC which sleeps in it's bed holster at night, I have 4 "plants" throughout the house. My last location I came up with, I challenged my 18 & 21 yr. old daughters to find it (they have both been to the range with me, know the 4 safety rules, & instructed them that if found, to simply leave alone like they do the other 3 (unless needed), & to let me know). Told them what room it was in, & that it was no higher than eye-level. After 3 weeks of fail, they gave up & I had to show them where it was ... so it can be done. No one knows your house better than you do.
Now, as compensation for my consulting fees, I'll take one of the 3913's, as I need 1 last "plant" in my garage.
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Never ever sell a gun. Ever.
Sell ONE of the 39's
Sell one of the Bersas.
If you need to sell one more, sell the Glock, as they are most easily replaced/plentiful.
I would keep all your wheelie's and Two of your 39's, they are one of the greatest pistols Smith made(the Model 39 family/series).
Would keep the KT .32 for pocket/deep conceal.
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I'd lose one of the 3913's (Since you already have one, great guns though) and the Glock 26 since you don't carry it much anymore.
If you're looking to thin it out more than that, I'd choose between the Bersa Thunder 9 UC Pro, the 3953 and the 3913 and sell two of them...since they are very similar in action style. I'd also consider selling the 37. Definitely not the 13 3" though...I have one of those myself and wouldn't sell it for anything. It's a fun, fun range gun and is great for long carries on trips or as a HD gun.
That would leave you with one mid-size DA/SA firearm for general purpose carry, the BP9CC for thinner summer carry, the P32 for pocket carry when absolutely nothing else will work (or as a backup), and one very nicely sized, weighted, and pleasant to shoot .357 Magnum revolver. Because revolver.
An intruder will be incapacitated by tear gas or oven spray, but if shot with a .357 Magnum will get angry and kill you.
I'd keep the S&W 3913's and the Glock. The others could go, IMO. Good luck.
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If you get involved in a defensive incident, you will lose your gun(s) into evidence for quite some time. You might regret selling any of your guns then.
Unless you really need the money, keep them all.
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First off I wouldn't sell any at a loss but assuming I were in your shoes the Smith autos and Bersas would hit the street. That Glock 26 should carry about as well as your Bersa.
I don't think you can just "sell" a handgun can you? But you sure can trade 'em!
So? How many AR's do 'ya have?
I don't own any Bersa's, but if they are a dream to shoot, hang onto them. I would suggest the Model 37. Possibly the 3953. The last gun I sold, the decision was based on it being DAO. But the 3953 is stainless, and that is a weakness I have.
I recently took my 3913 and Glock 26 to the range to make the EDC decision. I chose the Glock. I like the 3913, feels good in the hand, accurate. But I don't like decocking and having that first shot being DA.
Hope you decide and have no regrets. all the sales I have made, were based primarily on functionality issues. If there is a gun on the list that you may not enjoy shooting for one reason or another, put it to the top of the list.
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