I’m a minimalist. I don’t own a lot of stuff. What I do own I choose carefully. If it doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do or if I find something that does it better, the product’s history. The same principle holds true for guns as for gun accessories. I’ve sold virtually new firearms at a radical discount because of a flaw that remained undiscovered until after I purchased the weapon. I’ve received new holsters and consigned them to the bin the same day. That hurts, but clutter hurts worse. In this I’m not alone. Many firearms enthusiasts are “married” to specific guns and gun-related products, and remain so for life. (If celebrities were as loyal, E! wouldn’t exist.) I heart my Glock 30SF and Armory Rack. You?