For all the numerous restrictions that may exist for this and the other in the architecture of Estonia's weapons act, it does allow me (as a sports shooter) to buy silencers without any additional hoops or costs,
Which is quite different from the situation in the US. Here, one needs a special (federal) license, and there's a $200
tax, per device. Not all states allow them. Back when that law was made (National Firearms Act of 1934
) they had the notion that silencers (among other things regulated by NFA34) were favored tools of criminals.
Incidentally, I don't reload for 9mm. It comes out far cheaper to just buy factory ammo than to load my own.
Whereas I both hand cast and hand load the majority of what I shoot. The Lone Wolf's chamber is known to be tighter than Glock's. That's one of the reasons people buy them, after all. I found that a significant fraction of my handloaded cartridges wouldn't chamber easily. The Lee FCD fixed that problem.
So, something to keep in mind. Factory loaded ammo shouldn't be a problem.
BTW, I acquired a Lee Classic Turret a couple weeks ago. I like that press!