We have probably done this thread before, but not in awhile. PP's liquidation thread got me to thinking......that if for some reason, I had to pare down to one (or maybe two) handguns that I already own.....forsaking all others.....what would those be? In my case, it would boil down to two...neither of which is particularly valuable, resale-wise. First, my Colt Woodsman. I have and have had other Woodsmen, but this parkerized specimen was my first and the one that has accompanied me more often in the field than any firearm I have ever owned. I won't say for how long, but we go way, way back. And we shall continue the tradition. And I can shoot it quicker and more instinctively and with more confidence than anything else I have ever fired. Absolutely reliable. Second, my Remington 51. A most superb masterpiece of firearms engineering from the Golden Age of Mechanical Engineering. Other examples were owned by George Patton and by John Dillinger...both men rich enough to have whatever they wanted and for whom the right choice really mattered. The thinnest carry guns that ever deserved the name, (the Kahr's notwithstanding). Another natural pointer due to it's low bore axis. The lack of "modern" sights does not diminish it's effectiveness. I point it, it hits...period. No clunkiness here. No need for night sights. Three safeties. It has gone with me so many times in places when I really needed that kind of special companion. Absolutely reliable. Time marches on, as does science and technology, so this has been replaced for practical defensive use by the more modern the and the more powerful. Science will always improve upon itself. But good art is eternal. So what about you? Which one or two guns that you now own would you never, EVER sell? We're more interested in the reasons why you have chosen what you have chosen than in your particular choices. So, hey, just don't say Glock 19, or whatever and leave it at that. Give us your Reasons, and why you feel the way you do about what you have chosen. And, of course, your pictures.