I have a EAA Witness, full size steel frame. In trying to find out as much about this weapon as possible I was looking around on the net.
My search lead me to an article written by Dick Metcalf in the June 1999 Shooting Times In that article he states that he has used 9X23 mm ammo on several occasions in .38 Super weapons.
Of course the velocity of the 9X23 is much higher than the .38S and the projectiles are the same or very similar in size and weight. This leads to the conclusion that the 9X23 would be more effective as a PD round.
Since the 9X23 has much greater pressure, I wonder about the safety of this practice.
Anyone here have experience with this practice? Are there 9X23 barrels available that would fit my pistol?