Before putting money down on another piece of gear, ask yourself this question:
Will I get more out of this money if I spent it on training (including ammo, lodging, travel and food) than on this piece of gear?
The answer is NOT always yes.
A really good holster that allows for better consealment of a bigger weapon, like a C-Tac is not cheap. A good belt that holds the weight of a weapon and doesn't make you look like you have a colostomy bag is not cheap.
1st rate guns - that's some serious cash to lay out...
If the answer is "no"...Don't fall for marketing.
Don't fall for the "latest and greatest" or the feeling what you have is crap because it isn't NP3 coated, worked on by a famous gunsmith, or it's just not cool.
If you have a functional setup - be it handgun, rifle or shotgun - and you are looking to spend money to "upgrade" ask yourself if you should be upgrading your gear...
That is all.