So I find myself fighting well myself over my gun purchases. I have two conflicting views on my purchases. 1. Collector- I want to amass a large assortment of firearms, all kinds, flavors, calibers. Even if it is not something I particularly need or is practical in any way. 2. Utility- These fall into the firearms I may actually "need" but haven't bought because some other factor wins out (i.e. the collector mindset) I find this difficult to balance, as I may purchase something that fits the collector type of role but offers little to any practicality. It may be awesome sitting in my closet or when I hold it. But isn't nearly as awesome as some other more practical weapons especially on the firing line. Not to mention that said collector piece may have expensive/uncommon ammo, parts, or aftermarket support. Just wondering if I'm the only one who has this problem or if I am just weird. Do any of you fall into either of these categories or something entirely different.