Including the guns I've sold off over the years, I've had 7 1911s in all. I currently own three: An SA Mil-Spec, a Colt Commander & a Nighthawk T3. Anyway, all of my 1911s have been in .45acp. It's a good round and I'm happy with it but I'm thinking next time I might just try something different just for grins and giggles.
Here's the question: I know just about nothing about these calibers. How does 9x23 Win. compare to .38 Super? I checked some listed ammo specs, Cor-bon DPX lists both calibers as 1350 ft/sec and 506 ft/lbs. Is there an advantage to one or the other: Price, availability, ballistics, etc?
If I do decide to pick something up in this range it'll likely be another Commander length gun - they're just about the perfect fit for me in a daily carry gun.
Thanks for any advice all, I appreciate it.