That's too many guns. Why does he need so many? Sarcasm off.
About two years ago I was a juror on a federal trial. The defendant had over 500 firearms and the prosecution tried to railroad him and kept bringing it up. They just "forgot" to mention he was a CEO of a large corporation and had a salary in the millions. Needless to say, myself and three or four other jurors had to convince the other dummies to find him not guilty. It took many hours, but we succeeded. He was selling out of his collection in order to enhance it. The Feds charged him with dealing without a license. Over half the jurors said he sold at a gun show so he was guilty. BS, we had to convince the sheep otherwise. I've never seen so many in one place, he even had a large hardened room with a bank vault door to store them all. It made me drool all over my note pad when the shady federal prosecutor kept showing pics and video of the vault!