The longer dimension also give better feeding from magazines. 9mm (x19) requires dedicated magazine with "spacer" or the new Metalform/Springfield "Front ramp" to feed reliably, and still that's nowhere near as reliable as the longer 9x21 or 9x23 cartridges. 9x19 even with the above magazines still suffer from an occasional cartridge nosedive in the magazine.RetiredRod said:Thank you, Jim. One more question, please: what is the basis for the continuing popularity of .38 Super?
TY44934 said:can you seriously argue that 9mm Major is not reliable when it has proven itself in the hands of hundreds (if not thousands) for more than two years, at the Nationals, and at the recent World Shoot?