1. Colt King Cobra d/a revolver, 3" barrel, acquired new Sept. 2020 2. Smith & Wesson Model 642-2 Airweight revolver, snubbie, acquired new two days ago 3. Remington 870 Express police pump 12 ga. shotgun. acquired 2nh-hand in 2017 The Colt is my normal bathroom gun which is tucked away in the medicine chest. During showering, it's on the toilet tank lid for easy reach from behind the shower curtain. I place a clean white cloth under the gun to protect it and keep it from slipping off the top of the water tank of the pot. The door between the bathroom and the bedroom is open during showering. The bedroom a/c, fan and dehumidifier is on to take up shower steam so the bathroom gun don't rust. Both stainless revolvers are periodically inspected, cleaned and protected with a film of gun oil. The Smith mouse gun normally resides in my fanny pack and is my normal city/town/suburbs/road travel carry gun. Beyond commode guard duty, the Colt loaded w/ .357 is for out in the boonies where wild animals might be met as cougar, black bear or wolf. The Remmy normally resides at my bedside. It's great to have two handguns in case one needs to go to the gunsmith for fixing. Both the Colt and the Smith fit in my fanny pack but the Smith isn't quite as heavy as the snake gun for everyday carry. Both revolvers can shoot .38 Special or +P ammo. I normally keep .38 Special in both for the least recoil and the least muzzle flash in darkness. The Colt and the Smith are companion revolvers since they both can fire .38 ammo.