A few months back I purchased one of these S&W Model 325 Night Guard revolvers chambered in .45ACP. I have no idea why I did it, and I really couldn't afford it, but I've always wanted one. The gun serves no real purpose. It's no easier to conceal than a compact auto, which would hold many more rounds than the 6 rounds this holds. Because it's .45ACP it requires moon clips, which are a pain to deal with at the range. And for the price I could have purchased an HK USP Tactical. Despite all this, I still love the gun, and think it's one of the coolest guns in my collection. I took it to the range with a couple co-workers, and although none of us are anywhere near being able to call ourselves 'good shots', we were driving tacks out of its 2.75" barrel. Makes absolutely no sense, as we can't do that with the full size autos we were shooting. For some reason, most likely due to the time when I could only afford to own one or two guns at a time, I like to make sure each gun in my collection 'serves a purpose'. This one doesn't follow that rule. Do any of you own guns that don't serve a purpose but that you love anyhow?