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Making the switch

JT on 9mm v. 11.5MM. Were I to live in a ban state, I’d likely carry 45ACP just because the slight increase in performance of the round and count doesn’t matter.

7 Responses to “Making the switch”

  1. cayton Says:

    I sold my only .45 and replaced it with what is also my only 9mm. It was more about cost to shoot than anything else.

  2. Weer'd Beard Says:

    Meh, even in Mass I’d still just get myself a Kahr TP9 for my primary gun and PM9 for my backup…but I’m already invested deeply in .45 ACP, and have a perfectly good 1911…so why fix what isn’t broke?

    I certainly don’t steer new shooters to .45, because its just so much cheaper to shoot 9 and it works just as well.

  3. DirtCrashr Says:

    It’s only two and a half millimeters, and I live in a round-limited state, so I need to practice mag-dumps and re-loading anyhow. But weight (and size) can matter after a day of lugging it around.

  4. Sean Says:

    If a single big hole was better than a couple smaller ones, and every shot made contact every time, we’d all carry .60 cal lead ball muzzle loaders.

    This is a tired subject, that was created to drive site traffic. Sorry if anyone gets butt hurt from my opinion on this.

  5. Rivrdog Says:

    Tired topic, but still valid to discuss. As always with a topic like this, it’s the factors not considered which reopens the subject. Take flash-mob violence, for example….

  6. Robert Says:

    Shoot what you want, as long as you shoot it well.

  7. Jerry Says:

    Why switch? Not trying to argue, just asking. A Glock 30, single stack, in 9mm, with a POSITIVE thumb safety, that’s my dream. They should be in vending machines, across the southeast. You had an 11.5. Now the new one is just as good. I know you will hate hearing this, but…

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

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