If I had as much money as Warren Buffett, it wouldn't be enough to buy all the guns I've thought I'd like to have. I'm not even what I would call a collector; my gun safe looks kind of like the local animal shelter. Lots of barking going on, but no two dogs are alike. I go for one of whatever type I've been interested in, although I may go for more than one caliber/gauge in a type if I like them well enough. The mix can get interesting; I have a .22, a .32, two .38 Spl, one .357, a 9mm, a 10mm, a .40, and now a .45 in pistols/revolvers. I suppose the closest thing to a true "collection" I have is three SxS shotguns of one brand, in 20, 16, and 12 gauge. Even it's not complete or perfect, I need a .410 (which are fairly rare and too expensive), and the ages of the three I have span 24 years. One thing I can say about the guns I own: there's not a safe queen among them. I shoot them all, and I reload for them all (except of course the .22 rimfires). I bought a IWB holster for the 1911 today, it's a simple sleeve-type leather with a metal clip (de Santos #85). I've also got a nice Galco molded leather belt holster on order, should have it mid-week. Good guns should live in leather, not nylon or plastic.