I don't own any Glocks (don't love the ergo's on them....but with ALL of the different firearms that work with their mags I have no doubt I will at some point for that reason alone).
I currently have 9mm, 22lr, 45acp, 5.56 chambered firearms. The only can I have ATM (and it is pending) is a SS sparrow. I just set up my trust and everything a little over a month ago and bought my first suppressor that week.
If it helps anyone push me one way or the other (though sound suppression is a big factor for me....I also prefer the look of the Blackout since the magazines don't look so strange).
I plan on having a can for the .45acp and that is pretty much it....if I get 300 blackout I will suppress it as well. The 9mm I have is my Walther PPS and it is my daily carry so I don't really plan on suppressing it
. However, if I did a 9mm SBR I would also buy a can for it.
I was thinking if I do go the route of 9mm that I would just be the completed lower from RRA.....but, as stated, it seems getting started on this is going to be expensive....and from what I read the 9mm builds can be touchy...
The purpose is purely fun. I carry a 9mm daily for protection and I have a shotgun for the house.
I do not reload...excluding startup costs, I have considered it (I shoot bi-weekly)
I would just SBR the 9mm build because SBRs, from my experience, add sound. Well, my main goal here is to run the quietest semi-auto rig I can so SBR'ing the 300blackout seemed a little counter productive to that goal.