I may be coming into some money soon and if I do, one of the first things I will buy is a Corbon 400 drop-in barrel for my Springfield .45 auto.
The next thing I want to buy is a Taurus 905 5-shot 9mm snubbie.
After that, a Taurus Protector Model 651 .357 magnum in stainless or titanium ($195.00 difference in price.).
Then, maybe a Ruger New Model Blackhawk single action BN-34X with the convertible 9mm-.357 magnum cylinders.
Of course, I would have to include a Taurus PT909 9mm because of the rail it has for my aging eyes to use a laser sight, and I am hung up on semi-autos with exposed hammers.
A Taurus 132BP in .32 caliber or a Taurus 138BP in .380 caliber so that I could bore out the barrels for a .25 NAA or .32 NAA respectively barrel inserts.
A Taurus stainless Model 66 .357 magnum 7 shot revolver with a 4" barrel wouldn't be too much weight to carry occasionally.
When Taurus brings out their pump action external hammer pump .357 magnum rifle in a carbine size, that would round out my purchases nicely.
After all that, I should still have enough money for some bags of dry dog food so I don't starve with all that artillery laying around me.
After all, a mans gotta eat while he dreams about what could be.