With the start of the new year I have done some shuffling with my "arsenal". I sat down and evaluated what I had and what I wanted. I ended up getting rid of: 1. Taurus Judge .45/.410- What was I thinking when I bought it? A neat looking gun that is pretty much limited to snakes. If I wanted to shoot .45LC it wouldn't be The Judge. I ended up getting almost as much as I paid for it due to the demand. 2. Glock 21- I had four Glocks and didn't need five. For a .45 I have the G36, a gun that I love, and if I was to replace the 21 it would be with a 21SF in OD. 3. PX4 Storm in .40 S&W. It's the right gun in the wrong caliber. I may replace it in .45, or not. 4. 3. CX4 Storm in .40 S&W. It's a nice gun but in the wrong caliber. I may replace it in 9mm or .45, or not. It was a choice between the keeping the Storm or getting the UZI, and the classic won out. Acquired: 1. HK P9S in 9mm (shown below). I had one of these that I sold in the mid 90's and have regretted it since. I finally found the right one. I consider it to be one of the finest semi-autos ever made, if not the best. 2. Vector UZI model B 9mm (shown below). A classic that I've wanted since the first time I saw an UZI many years ago. It's a heavy brute! 3. Mauser K98- another classic. 4. The traded guns also went to contribute to two S&W M&P revolvers from 1918 to 1930 (4" and 6") a four inch Model 19 Combat Magnum (pinned and recessed), a S&W Model 581, and a S&W Model 13-3. I've always loved trading guns, but I'm done with that. The rest are keepers. I wanted some of the classics which are opportunity guns that you have to act on. The traded guns can be had pretty much any time. I never considered touching any of my Steyrs. Anyone else shuffle their collection from time to time?