Hmmm. Sorta depends on your definition of *handgun*- but includes:
Several .45 autos, mostly Browning M1911/1911A1 variants. Let's just say *more than six*...
A 1969-made Browning GP that's had better than 80,000 rounds through it over the yeas. Recently I let an Inglis GP get away from me, so I'm mildly looking to replace it, possibly with another Belgian, an Argentine [JLD just got a batch in] or a Hungarian clone.
A S&W M1917 rebarreled and with new cylinder to .357. One of these days, I'll replace it with a good used 4-inch Python and turn the S&W back to a .45.
.38 S&W M10, with fitted cylinders for both .38 special and .38 S&W. Grandad's old carry gun.
.38 S&W M49 Bodyguard. Carried as backup gun for years, moreso when I broke three fingers on left hand, slowing reloads.Ow.
A M1896 Mauser Broomhandle that's my *car rifle* for those areas where a CCH permit doesn't cover the carry of a loaded rifle in a vehicle. Fitted with 20-round magazine, of course...looking for concealment holster, and expect it to be a long look. Of course I have the holster/stock....
.22 Llama revolver, 6-shot 3-inch. Likely soon to be replaced with a 9-shot .22 Taurus
.22 Whitney Wolverine semiauto. I like a semi with a hammer on it.
.22 short Astra Cub. Same reason as above.
.32 Ruby *Paramount* War trophy. Long story.
9mm Makarov. Wanted an East German, got a Bulgarian, no regrets. My ex's carry piece was a Chinese Mak.
Glock 19 on loan. Glock 30 traded to pal who wanted to try it, and I have his G21 in the meantime. We'll see.
.44 Remington 1958 Blackpowder Cowboy Action pistol for *primitive class*
.44 LeMat revolver for surprising fellow Cowboy shooters in Primitive class [9 shots plus shotgun barrel]
Webley #1Mk1. 37MM *duck gun*
And a few other assorted things I'm tinkering with or evaluating....