Folks tend to be surprised that I only have ONE*. I'm on the lookout for a carbine (no M44 or clone, though; I want it to be lightweight), but my one 91/30 has a roller-bearing trigger I made, one of my sights, and a bunch of other goodies.
With handloads it shoots sub-MOA and I just know where I hit with it. The handloads are fireformed so this keeps me from mixing those up, too.
I have a nice, 120-year-old Gewehr 88 sitting over there in the corner loaded, but I've not shot it in a couple months. It's the Mosin that sees all the action, followed by the .22 and the 1911.
They are all working guns.
*Business sig line added for clarification to that statement.