I understand that one cannot have too many magazines for their pistol. But I wish to garner a collective opinion on the reasonable number of magazines one should maintain for the entire serviceable working lifetime of a single Glock 19 full capacity pistol. Criteria: The gun will be used for general long term target practice and conceal carry. Not a safe queen. The gun shall also be passed down through inheritance (if still serviceable) and not for extended resale value purposes. Also, the gun will NOT be used for extensive long term professional or recreational handgun competition, nor rugged SHTF survival applications or as a throw around handgun. Thank you for everyone's input and opinion.