Recently I put together an owned/want list. As I put the list together I realized I only owed 2 guns which is my .22 long rifle and my .30-06. My goal is to have two of every weapon for 2 reasons, one for my girlfriend and one for me, also to have a backup for every gun if one goes down. Ultimately I want 2 of each of these weapons which are, .22 long rifle, .22 hand gun, .45 hand gun, AR-15, .30-06, 12 Gauge, and just in case cross bows. I know this is a lot and will probably be a few years before I can get them all but the fact is I am young and don't have whole lot else to spend my money on so I may as well plan for the future. These weapons I figure give me common ammo/hunting and varmint with the .22, short range combat with the .45, mid range combat with the AR-15, long range combat/hunting with the .30-06, and big game/door busters with the 12 gauge. I want to get one of each first then try to double up. The Crossbow is the Plan B of it all I can't run out of ammo and it isn't loud. What would you take off this list or add to this list, and at what point am I going overboard with the guns. I have an ammo breakdown for each weapon but I think I should figure out the weapon part first and the ammo part second.