So we got in on FFL transfer a Ruger 9mm carbine. We've had a few pistol caliber carbines come in over the years and every time I start feeling that itch. So here's the dilemma, in semi auto pistols, I own my cc Bersa Thunder .380 and a few .22's. If I get a pistol caliber carbine my two caliber choices would be 9mm or .380. I don't own a 9mm and I don't think in a tactical situation I'd grab a carbine to deal with it. I have two ready-to-grab .357's and my .44. The carbine would be totally for fun shooting. 9mm is cheaper than .380, but that would have me buying another whole bunch of ammo for only one weapon, much as my .380 stocking now. If I get a .380, that would solve that issue, however the choices of carbines in 9mm is much greater than the choices in .380. But, as I said, it'd just be for plinking, basically, so the power of 9mm over .380 is moot. Tactically, there are some, if not fearsome, at least quite serviceable rounds in .380. My Bersa and the extra mags for it are all loaded with some pretty Hornady HP rounds. We have had the Hi Point ( I know, hiss boo ) carbine in stock before and it looks like just a fun gun. I have tried to talk the purchasers thereof into letting me know when they're going to hit the range so I could shoot half a box or so of ammo and leave them the rest, but the phone didn't ring, I guess it was them not calling. Right now there's sales on said gun for just over $200 from some online sellers which is cheaper than our dealer cost ordering up just one. Thoughts?