So over the last few years I've had to deal with some health issues. These challenges have changed my mindset on how my collection needs to be moving forward (strictly more practical and less of a hobby/collection). In the past, I have always had 5-6 revolvers in the fold at once but I am currently down to just one. It got me thinking; If I stick with just one, is this even the one I want!? I understand a lot goes into people's thought processes on why they would pick one over another. Mainly I believe application comes into play but other factors as well. Grandpa's issued gun, the first revolver ever owned, etc. In my case, it would need to be a .357 as that's what would be most practical for my situation. I currently own a 386 but I don't carry it. So I am thinking about moving on from it and taking in a 3-4" (possibly longer) barreled .357. probably more old-school. Anyway, post what revolver would be the last to leave YOUR collection and what your thought process would be as to why it would be the last one standing. Thanks!