I need to bounce this idea off you guys. I noted in another thread that I had been toying with an idea as I have gone through my reduction of arms while being jobless. And to those of you that have not seen, it looks like I now will have a job in the new year. I should start work just after the first, God be praised! Thanks for all your support. Anyhow, I had not put my thoughts down as I was just toying with them. But effectively it is this; I am now down to two 1911’s and a few P320’s that I keep for light carry or home defense. I kept my shotgun and my 357 Henry lever gun and a couple of 22 pistols that I plan to use for when I have grandchildren. But effectively I sold everything else to keep a positive cash flow during this period. I plan to keep my collection pretty small moving forward and not allow myself to get back to having so much sitting in the safe. As such one other thing came to mind and this is where I need your help/thoughts; Could I/should I hone down my component mix (and gun mix) to just .355-.357 pills? This would greatly reduce the space I am using for reloading (basically a large closet in my home) and free up shelf space. It would also limit the type of reloading components I need in so far as primers (all small for a change) and powder, and stretch the powder further being that these calibers use less. I would effectively keep myself to 9mm, SIG 357, 38 Super or 357 Magnum. I can think of nothing I need to do that would require a different caiber, if I am honest with myself. This would mean that I would replace my VBob and A2 with most probably a Guardian in 38 Super and I was thinking of getting a Vigil in 9mm and converting it. Pros; My reloading footprint is smaller Component mix is less Bullet needs can be combined (I successfully found that the plated SIG 357 round shoulder bullets I have work fine in my 9mm handguns and are sufficiently accurate) Cons Diversity? Thoughts?