Got the itch to ditch the muffs. Found silencershop’s unlimited one shot NFA trust for 130$ so I don’t have to cry over 200$ tax stamps. Anyone familiar with that program? Calibers I own that are threaded or will be; 357sig, 40, 45, 22lr, 5.45x39, 7.62x39, 7.62x54r, 300blk, 12ga. Ones I will probably add in the future; 5.56, 5.7, .308win, .260rem, 450BM. Looking to suppress a couple ak’s so I’m leaning on the dead air wolverine. Figured it would work on my 300blk too if I ever get it done. Thinking about a salvo 12 just because it’s cool lol. For my pistols I’m pretty dead set on the osprey 45 to avoid changing any sights and it will suppress everything smaller, correct? For 22lr I’m lost. There are SO MANY 22 suppressors! Do I get a lightweight 5.56 can for when I eventually build an upper for that cal. Or would the wolverine do well on a 5.56 so I could have a dedicated rimfire can? I have interest in the 5.7 caliber but don’t own one yet. Does a can rated for 5.7 weigh so much more that I wouldn’t like it on a 22 target pistol? If money was no object I wouldn’t need to ask these questions but unfortunately I can’t afford a dozen cans. My work let’s me barrow small amounts out of my 401k and the gun shop I go to allows lay a way on in stock items. All that said, how few suppressors can one get away with to cover everything? What’s your opinions on the 3 I decided on? What do you have and what do you like/dislike about it?