Heh, there's a pic of my gun on here somewhere.
There may be a picture of my .308 here somewhere too, but I don't think I have put up any of the others. My wife thinks I have too many, so I never tell her just how many I have. There are enough I can move them around a little and add one or two without her noticing.
Of course, the .300 Weatherby was not one I could hide, since I bought it while we were on vacation and had to pick it up on the way home .... I did not want to freak out the neighbors at the beach.
I did kind of freak out one of the neighbors at home a while back though. She was sitting in her car on the street when I went to work .... the day after having to chase a raccoon away from my truck in order to go home. I had my son's dog with me because we were keeping her for a few days while he was out of town and she would not return to me so I could get one of the guns at work. I knew if I lefte her she would go after the raccoon and if it had rabies they might still want to put her down even with the shots being up to date. So we had a loose raccoon that was acting a little odd. I took one of my .22s to work with me. Black synthetic folding stock, sling, flash suppressor and barrel guard upside down over one shoulder with a surplus OD green buttpack used as an ammo bag containing mags, ear protectors, ammo, and other 'possibles' in the other hand as I opened the truck door and stowed the gear behind the seat. When I pulled out of my driveway she was sitting at the curb with her mouth still open and her eyes as big a saucers. I had not seen her in the car until I got to the street, but she had a clear view of me the whole time. She parks in the cul-de-sac down from us when she has to wait now. I was going to take my crossbow too, but decided against it at the last minute. Good thing I suppose.