I've noticed a lot of posts where forum members write about their "carry rotation." Some posters have written that they have 4 or more guns in their line up. Is that wise? What does that old maxim say? "You can own a lot of guns, but the man who only owns one will shoot it very, very well." In the stress of an armed confrontation, would it not be better to be totally versed in the use of only one gun? Maybe two? All my big handguns are for plinking or taking gun haters to the range and luring them to dark side. I own two carry pieces, a G36 and a S&W 442. The Smith is my summer/spring gun and my G36 is my cold weather carry. My G36 is actually my house gun! 80 percent of the time I go to the range I practice with these two pistols. Since it's fall, my practice is mostly with my 36. And when I switch from carrying the Smith to the 36 or vice versa, it takes some getting used to. My muscle memory concerning the draw and the firing of these weapons is different. I'm wondering how a person who cycles though multiple weapons handles this. Just my two cents. Love to hear what others think.