- Suppressed SBR "house gun." I mean, a shortie AR with a can would be awesome for home defense and for plinking at the range. The problem is that apparently 5.56 doesn't suppress well as it is a supersonic round so I may need to find something different. And I'm already pretty well vested in 5.56 (less so in 7.62x39 and 7.62 NATO) and have little desire to add a wildcat cartridge like 300 BLK.
- Carbine conversion kit for one of my carry handguns. I regularly have to park in gun free zones as part of my work so I can't put a carbine in the trunk all the time as I'm afraid I'd forget about it. A kit, however, would not be a "firearm" and thus it could be left in the car 100% of the time. I feel much better about having something with a shoulder stock and an AimPoint on it, even if its in a handgun caliber, then I do about just a handgun. Trouble is most of the conversion kits create SBRs. A can on this would be sweet as well.
- Suppressed .22 LR. With a can it should be about as loud as an air gun with subsonic ammo. That'd be perfect for plinking with new shooters, and may even allow the ear pro to be skipped.
The trouble is that we'd need to do a trust for a few reasons. And I don't trust the Quicken/Willmaker DIY route when serious felonies are involved. So that means ~$400 for the trust, $200-400 for tax stamps to build even one of those items, $100 or so for engraving, and then all the actual kit itself (probably close to a grand for any of the builds, except the .22 LR one). That's pretty hefty.
I'm a little concerned about moving to a non-NFA friendly state, but not too much. These days, pretty much any state which is non-NFA friendly is also going to have issues with my semiautos and standard capacity magazines so I already have an issue that would require renting a storage unit across the state line back in America.